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Enterprise modeling (EM) has gained substantial popularity both in the academic community and among practitioners. A variety of EM methods, approaches, and tools are developed and offered on the market. In practice they are used for various p- poses such as business strategy development, process restructuring, as well as business and IT architecture alignment and governance. PoEM 2008, the First IFIP WG 8. 1 Working Conference on The Practice of Ent- prise Modeling, took place in Stockholm, Sweden. It is the first conference aiming to establish a dedicated forum where the use of EM in practice…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Enterprise modeling (EM) has gained substantial popularity both in the academic community and among practitioners. A variety of EM methods, approaches, and tools are developed and offered on the market. In practice they are used for various p- poses such as business strategy development, process restructuring, as well as business and IT architecture alignment and governance. PoEM 2008, the First IFIP WG 8. 1 Working Conference on The Practice of Ent- prise Modeling, took place in Stockholm, Sweden. It is the first conference aiming to establish a dedicated forum where the use of EM in practice is addressed by bringing together researchers, users, and practitioners. The goals of PoEM 2008 were to - velop a better understanding of the practice of EM, to contribute to improved EM practice, as well as to share knowledge and experiences. The theme of PoEM 2008 was EM in different application contexts, e. g. , software development, including agile development, as well as business development, gove- ance, and change.

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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 231
  • Erscheinungstermin: 7. November 2008
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783540892182
  • Artikelnr.: 44614600
Inhaltsangabe
Knowledge and Enterprise Architecture Modeling.- The Early Phases of Enterprise Knowledge Modelling: Practices and Experiences from Scaffolding and Scoping.- Modeling Knowledge Transfer in a Software Maintenance Organization - An Experience Report and Critical Analysis.- An Artifact Model for Projects Conforming to Enterprise Architecture.- Enterprise Modeling Approaches I.- Aligning Information System Design and Business Strategy - A Starting Internet Company.- Towards a Communicational Perspective for Enterprise Information Systems Modelling.- Integrating System Dynamics with Object-Role Modeling.- Process Modeling.- Enhancing the Usability of BPM-Solutions by Combining Process and User-Interface Modelling.- Fractal Modeling Approach for Supporting Business Process Flexibility.- Supporting Collaboration in an Extended Enterprise with the Connector View on Enterprise Models.- Network and Value Modeling.- Service-Based Business Network Modelling: Application to Dynamic Logistics.- Quantifying IT Impacts on Organizational Structure and Business Value with Extended Influence Diagrams.- Enterprise Modelling for Value Based Service Analysis.- Enterprise Modeling II.- Bringing Enterprise Business Processes into Information System Products.- Representation of Business Rules in UML&OCL Models for Developing Information Systems.- Laws-Based Ontology for e-Government Services Construction Case Study: The Specification of Services in Relationship with the Venture Creation in Switzerland.- Enterprise Modeling Research Directions.- Business Process Modelling Perspectives Analysis.- A Research Model for Enterprise Modeling in ICT-Enabled Process Change.