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Enterprise Modeling – What We Have Learned, and What We Have Not [chapter]

Håvard D. Jørgensen
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
What was initially a combination of industrial and software engineering methodologies applied to enterprise design and development, is today dominated by the concerns of IT development, management and  ...  Over the last 25 years, enterprise modeling has evolved from a loose collection of business oriented modeling practices to comprehensive frameworks for enterprise architectures.  ...  Acknowledgements This presentation draws on the experience of several colleagues and collaborators, in particular Frank Lillehagen, who founded Metis in 1986 and has been developing enterprise modeling  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-05352-8_2 fatcat:i567kcc525ftlc5ogqfoju636u

Enterprise Models as Data [chapter]

Marite Kirikova, Ligita Businska, Anita Finke
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
This view helps to understand why the usability of enterprise models is still quite low in spite of the availability of powerful and sophisticated enterprise modeling tools and environments that allow  ...  In many cases enterprise models are considered as a part of enterprise knowledge.  ...  ., an enterprise consisting of natural and man-made objects. • The agents that have made man-made objects (masters of the object), e.g., employees and managers of the enterprise • The agents that have  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-05352-8_18 fatcat:jevcpw6g6bb4nm4yuesimpeaza

Models of Complex Enterprise Networks

Rahul C. Basole, William B. Rouse, Leon F. McGinnis, Douglas A. Bodner, William C. Kessler
2011 Journal of Enterprise Transformation  
These work processes are enabled by knowledge-about what has happened in the past ("What were we able to do?") and what may happen in the future ("What do we think we can do?").  ...  Note that we do not include specific field models for social and cultural forces such as accountability, trust, and risk attitudes.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19488289.2011.601397 fatcat:siwb3jh5vzc2bkkjxgsohs2itq

Spotlight Article: Perspectives on Enterprise Modeling

Nancy Letsinger, Elaine Ward
2011 Journal of Enterprise Transformation  
JET: What do you consider to be the current frontier for models and simulations that support enterprise transformation? What grand challenges lie ahead?  ...  Enterprise transformation is inherently a complex domain in which to apply modeling because it requires imagining, and quantifying, hypothetical organizational configurations for which we have limited  ... 
doi:10.1080/19488289.2011.601251 fatcat:lyxvu4f4arhxncb23rupx5xtam

Enterprise Modeling for Business Intelligence [chapter]

Daniele Barone, Eric Yu, Jihyun Won, Lei Jiang, John Mylopoulos
2010 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
In this paper, we present a vision for BI that is driven by enterprise modeling.  ...  The Business Intelligence Model (BIM) aims to enable business users to conceptualize business operations and strategies and performance indicators in a way that can be connected to enterprise data through  ...  This work was supported by the Business Intelligence Network (BIN) and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. We are grateful to D. Amyot, I. Kiringa, F.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16782-9_3 fatcat:ieg2chziuje33hmq6u5uxdciju

The meaning of an Enterprise Model [chapter]

P. Bernus, L. Nemes, R. Morris
1996 Modelling and Methodologies for Enterprise Integration  
An account is given of the possibilities and limitations of reusing Enterprise Models (EM) 1 .  ...  Measures are proposed which ensure that models are interpreted as intended, thereby controlling the quality of the processes using enterprise models -such as enterprise engineering.  ...  Model reuse Enterprise model reuse is the process in which we apply an ET previously developed for an enterprise (or a class of enterprises) and we want to apply this ET to an enterprise not known to be  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34983-1_13 fatcat:5pta2lixr5fkhlhzcbhb6cuv4e

Enterprise Integration: An Experiential Learning Model [chapter]

Brian H. Cameron
2014 Innovative Practices in Teaching Information Sciences and Technology  
Key 2: By utilizing comprehensive organizational models, we can more easily see the interaction of Information Technology c 2010 EDSIG  ...  of what was said and the clarity of presentation.  ...  a model of Experiential Learning for its Enterprise Integration curricula.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-03656-4_13 fatcat:w4srohcajrgklfp2vgwyvw5xme

Model-Based Enterprise Continuous Improvement [chapter]

Bruno Vallespir, Anne Zouggar-Amrani
2021 Lean Manufacturing [Working Title]  
This approach puts enterprise modelling methods and continuous improvement/Lean management approaches into perspective, allowing complementarities and opening up interesting perspectives concerning enterprise  ...  The proposed architecture is made up of three levels: a strategic level based on performance measurement, a tactical level that manages system migration and is based on enterprise models, and an operational  ...  Finally, we should not forget simulation, which is quite similar to enterprise modelling but which proposes executable models. Project.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.96856 fatcat:eqn2tsdhwbhqdkib4vs53owhoq

Enterprise semantic modelling for interoperability

Nacer Boudjlida, Herve Panetto
2007 2007 IEEE Conference on Emerging Technologies & Factory Automation (EFTA 2007)  
We explore their usage in semantic-based and model-based interoperability, with the aim to make explicit the meaning and the structure of given models (artefacts) to enable not only their understanding  ...  We propose categories and types of annotations helpful for expliciting the meaning of models and for easing their exchange within a collaborative context.  ...  Then, in section 3, we elaborate on what is in an annotation and what are the purposes of annotations for interoperability.  ... 
doi:10.1109/efta.2007.4416868 dblp:conf/etfa/BoudjlidaP07 fatcat:yjx7zdanfnggxagzezzxhspyke

Interactive Analysis of Agent-Goal Models in Enterprise Modeling

Jennifer Horkoff, Eric Yu
2010 International Journal of Information System Modeling and Design  
We argue that "Early" Enterprise modeling requires analysis procedures which account for the incompleteness and informality of early agent-goal models, facilitating iteration, elicitation, and user participation  ...  Understanding and analyzing the needs of an enterprise in the early stages of a project requires knowledge about stakeholders, their goals, interactions, and alternative actions.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Financial support has been provided by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Bell University Laboratories, and the Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jismd.2010100101 fatcat:igbhrv6mqrgktbuuvdm72yazry

Enterprise Modeling in an Agile World [chapter]

Harald Wesenberg
2011 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
In this paper I will take a look at the experiences we have with enterprise modeling in Statoil, a global oil company headquartered in Norway.  ...  Enterprise modelers cannot spend years in an attic developing perfect models, but must deliver models that are useful in time to be used.  ...  some of the lessons we have learned from the past years of enterprise modeling in Statoil • Section 4 offers a conclusion and some recommendations Defining Enterprise Models Not all models are enterprise  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-24849-8_10 fatcat:e52b4ibvjja4jaxxrw64ivp6iu

Scaffolding Stakeholder-Centric Enterprise Model Articulation [chapter]

Stefan Oppl, Stijn Hoppenbrouwers
2016 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Involving stakeholders in enterprise modeling, besides rendering valid models, also helps stakeholders articulate and align their views on their organization.  ...  This requires that stakeholders are able to understand and actively perform conceptual modeling for representing their views on enterprise structure and behavior.  ...  In contrast, the question of how to support the development of skills to work with and on the basis of conceptual enterprise models for this group of people, who usually does not have the opportunity to  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-48393-1_10 fatcat:nzvkypfrrveobphepx3y77i2nq

CONCEPTS FOR MODELING ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURES

HENK JONKERS, MARC LANKHORST, RENÉ VAN BUUREN, STIJN HOPPENBROUWERS, MARCELLO BONSANGUE, LEENDERT VAN DER TORRE
2004 International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems  
In this paper we outline such an integrated language and we identify and study concepts that relate architectural domains.  ...  Unfortunately, so far no enterprise architecture description language exists that fully enables integrated enterprise modelling, because for each architectural domain, architects use their own modelling  ...  Acknowledgments This paper results from the ArchiMate project (http://archimate.telin.nl), a research initiative that aims to provide concepts and techniques to support enterprise architects in the visualisation  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0218843004000985 fatcat:eqnkbl7ddremxllt5s4sfqrdvy

A2MO and ETREOSys - Analyzing, Modeling and Validation of Enterprise Training Programs
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Fodé Touré, Mouna Selmi, Esma Aïmeur
2013 Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems  
A2MO and ETREOSys -Analyzing, Modeling and Validation of Enterprise Training Programs.  ...  To facilitate the understanding and the use of A2MO, we develop a Business Process Management System named ETREOSys (Enterprise TRaining program Evaluation and Optimization System).  ...  What they thought and felt about the training? Level 2 -Learning What they learnt after the training? What knowledge, skills and/or attitudes have been acquired?  ... 
doi:10.5220/0004558503100316 dblp:conf/iceis/ToureSA13 fatcat:jvoyfi2prvbatmrlvmqvx3amxm

Automated Enterprise Architecture Model Mining [article]

Peter Hillmann, Erik Heiland, Andreas Karcher
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Our new approach enables the automated mining of Enterprise Architecture models.  ...  The modelling can be performed in different modelling languages, including ArchiMate and the Nato Architecture Framework (NAF).  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT Special thanks goes to Daniel Rosenstock for the development of the basic prototype [35] and his passionate support for this research.  ... 
arXiv:2108.06696v1 fatcat:qofsuhxjirbxllyxwhrwkyqhau
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