The Data Democracy podcast

Episode 4 w/ Ronald G. Ross - Understanding Business Rules: From a priesthood of programmers towards a data democracy

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In this podcast episode, host Ole Olesen-Bagneux sits down with Ronald G. Ross, aka « the father of business rules » with over 45 years of experience, to delve into the intricate relationship between business rules, data democracy, and the progression of technology.

Tracing Ronald’s rich career trajectory, the discussion emphasizes the importance of business rules as criteria guiding behavior and shaping organizational knowledge. The duo draws parallels between societal laws and business rules, highlighting their shared objective of fostering transparency and understanding. Ron's experience across various industries unveils the universality of business challenges, despite the apparent uniqueness inherent to each sector.

The conversation concludes with a critique of the technology sector, stressing the urgency for it to step up, meet real organizational needs, and break free from the confines of a "priesthood of programmers". Ronald’s vision calls for leveraging today's powerful machines to revolutionize our use of natural language, enabling a more inclusive and knowledgeable future.

🎧  Dive into this episode for a comprehensive understanding of business rules' transformative potential and the pressing need for technology to truly serve its users in our evolving knowledge age.

Bonus ⭐

▶️  Watch the episode (video) on Youtube

📖  Download Ole's ebook series "The Data Democracy" 

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