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How DMN Is Different

In my BPMN classes I start by highlighting the ways in which it is different from traditional swimlane flowcharts.  While the outward similarities ease business user adoption by presenting a familiar appearance, the reasons why BPMN has succeeded as a standard actually stem from all the ways in which it is different from (i.e., better than) flowcharting.  And so it is with the Decision Model and Notation, or DMN.  The similarities with earlier approaches center mostly around decision tables, a business-familiar tabular format for if-then decision logic that has been around for decades.  And maybe we should also throw in DRDs as well, since they are quite similar to the Rule Family Views of The Decision Model (TDM).  Those features of DMN are intended to make the notation outwardly familiar to business users, and thus more approachable.

But what makes DMN important are all the ways in which it is different: […]

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