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Definition

Rule:
A rule is suggestion for an action under a set of conditions. It takes the form "if/when … then …".

Sources: Gerhard Wohland (Denkwerkzeuge für dynamische Märkte)

Type: Rules
Sources: {source1, source2, …}

Gist

add some explanatory text here

Summary of Rules

this section is optional. use it if there are many rules with many notes

Conditions

Describe, under which conditions the rules apply.

Rules and Notes

R1: Describe Rule 1 here. Stick to 1 sentence. Use any directive form.
Notes: Insert a remark, using italics. If there are more than one, use a bullet list
R2: Describe Rule 2 here. Stick to 1 sentence. Use any directive form.
Notes: Insert a remark, using italics. If there are more than one, use a bullet list

Costs, Savings

<Would be great. What does it take to implement those rules? What does it give?>

Side effects

<Is there anything that happend or will happen as one implements the rules? This relates to both wanted and unwanted effects ('unwanted' does not imply 'negative').>

Quotes

optional

Related Information

Where to go from here? Link other info in bullet list.

  • link 1
  • link 2

Notes:
1. Most important is the condition - property: The conditions may change, so a rule does no longer apply. Only principles are change-robust.
2. It is important to (explicitly) state the conditions, enabling the reader to understand whether the rule can be applied. The ever so popular "best-practices" are rules for that matter, but seldom are they supported by reasoning as to why and when to apply them.
3. A business rule specification describes how a business (or part of it) works, in the context of a specific business or system of business. The context defines part of the conditions.
4. Rules can be used to reduce complexity, because with rules at hand, you don't have to make a decision.

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The pages in this wiki are built around rules, principles and processes.
If you want to produce a new rules page, please copy everything in the block below to the clipboard und paste it into your new page.

Type: Rules
Sources: {source1, source2, ...}
++ Gist
add some explanatory text here
++ Summary of Rules
this section is optional. use it if there are many rules with many notes
++ Conditions
Describe, under which conditions the rules apply.
++ Rules and Notes
R1: Describe Rule 1 here. Stick to 1 sentence. Use any directive form.
//Notes:// Insert a remark, using italics. If there are more than one, use a bullet list
R2: Describe Rule 2 here. Stick to 1 sentence. Use any directive form.
//Notes:// Insert a remark, using italics. If there are more than one, use a bullet list
++ Costs, Savings
<Would be great. What does it take to implement those rules? What does it give?>
++ Side effects
<Is there anything that happend or will happen as one implements the rules? This relates to both wanted and unwanted effects ('unwanted' does not imply 'negative').>
++ Quotes
optional
++ Related Pages
Where to go from here? Link other pages in bullet list.
* link 1
* link 2

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