Graham Witt

Michael Müller holds two lectures at the datamodelingzone 2018:

Graham Witt on Dynamic Data Modeling at DMZ Australia:

Consultant and Author

Graham Witt has over 30 years of experience in assisting organisations to acquire relevant and effective IT solutions. NSW clients include the Department of Lands, Sydney Water, and WorkCover while Victorian clients include the Departments of Sustainability & Environment, Education & Early Childhood Development, and Human Services. Graham previously headed the information management and business rules practice in Ajilon’s Sydney (Australia) office.

Graham has developed specialist expertise in business requirements, architectures, information management, user interface design, data modelling, relational database design, data quality, business rules, and the use of metadata repositories & CASE tools. He has also provided data modelling, database design, and business rules training to various clients including NAB, Telstra, British Columbia Government, and ASIC and in the form of public courses run by Simsion Bowles and Associates (Australia) and DebTech (USA).

He is the co-author, with Graeme Simsion, of the widely-used textbook “Data Modeling Essentials” and is the author of the newly published book, “Writing Effective Business Rules” (published by Elsevier). Graham has presented at conferences in Australia, the US, the UK, and France. Contact him at gwitt@pacific.net.au.

Publications

  • “Writing Effective Business Rules” Book
  • “Data Modeling Essentials” Book
  • “A Practical Method of Developing Natural Language Rule Statements Part 1-25” at BRCommunity
  • “Writing Natural Language Rule Statements — a Systematic Approach Part 1-30”  at BRCommunity