Larry Goldberg

Larry GoldbergLarry Goldberg is Managing Partner of Knowledge Partners International, LLC (KPI), has forty years of experience in building technology based companies on three continents, and in which the focus was rules-based technologies and applications. Commercial applications in which he played a primary architectural role include such diverse domains as healthcare, supply chain, and property & casualty insurance.

Larry is co-author of The Decision Model: A Business Logic Framework linking Business and Technology (Auerbach, 2009), a co-editor of The Business Rule Revolution: Running the Business the Right Way (HappyAbout.info 2007), is on the editorial board of www.BPMInstitute.org and is the Editorial Director of the BDM Bulletin, a monthly e-publication of the BPMInstitute.org.

Larry can be found at www.TheDecisionModel.com and looks forward to hearing from everyone with and interest in decision management, business rules, BDM, EDM, and BPM.


Evolving the Decision Model with Views

Evolving the Decision Model with Views Larry Goldberg and Barbara von Halle can cite successful implementations of the Decision Model in many large scale enterprises, but what about one of the more challenging business rule environments – the nationwide, multi-line insurance company? These companies must operate within as many as 55 regulatory mandates. How do […]

It’s Time: Ditch Your Rules

It’s Time: Ditch Your Rules Now that they have your attention, Larry Goldberg and Barbara von Halle want to explain what they mean. They contend that business rules without context and structure are fairly meaningless. How to provide context and structure to your organization’s business rules is their focus, and they argue convincingly that the […]

System Transformation: Be Careful or You Will Not Get What You Asked For

System Transformation: Be Careful or You Will Not Get What You Asked For David Pedersen and Larry Goldberg have navigated the mine fields of re-inventing, adding improvements to, or significantly changing the capabilities of legacy systems. To avoid unsuccessful outcomes, they have devised a decision model for system transformation which they illustrate and explicate in […]