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Evaluating Goal Achievement in Enterprise Modeling – An Interactive Procedure and Experiences [chapter]

Jennifer Horkoff, Eric Yu
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Goal-and agent-oriented models have emerged as a way to capture stakeholder and organizational goals in a complex enterprise.  ...  Here, we introduce a qualitative, interactive evaluation procedure for goal-and agent-oriented models, allowing the modeler to supplement the evaluation with domain knowledge not captured in the model.  ...  Evaluating Goal Achievement in Enterprise Modeling  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-05352-8_12 fatcat:2kbbkiulyzebpnecthvdfvctuq

Interactive Analysis of Agent-Goal Models in Enterprise Modeling

Jennifer Horkoff, Eric Yu
2010 International Journal of Information System Modeling and Design  
Case study experience and the results of an exploratory experiment show the applicability of the procedure to early enterprise analysis.  ...  We introduce a qualitative, interactive evaluation procedure for agent-goal models, using the i* Framework in our illustrations.  ...  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

Interactive Goal Model Analysis Applied – Systematic Procedures versus Ad hoc Analysis [chapter]

Jennifer Horkoff, Eric Yu, Arup Ghose
2010 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
In this work we test existing hypotheses concerning interactive goal model analysis via multiple case studies.  ...  Intentional modeling, capturing the goals of stakeholders, has been proposed as a means of early system elicitation and design for an enterprise, focusing on social and strategic requirements.  ...  Financial support has been provided by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and the Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16782-9_10 fatcat:3ykg6si6jnf3djq5tccaiacbha

Vocational training in sport and recreation micro-enterprises as an education project

Svetlana V. Komleva, Tatyana V. Andryukhina, Evgeniya V. Ketrish, Nataliya V. Tretyakova, Irina P. Korotkikh, Tatyana S. Okrimenk
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
educational interaction of micro-enterprise employees.  ...  This paper proposes an education project as a form of vocational training in such conditions.  ...  Having obtained experience in creating and implementing the education project, the head of an enterprise may broadcast it to colleagues and partners outside the enterprise, sharing experience and discussing  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i2.13.11593 fatcat:25cv6vfnj5gidhymef5rflcdp4

The Importance of Teaching Systematic Analysis for Conceptual Models: An Experience Report [chapter]

Elda Paja, Jennifer Horkoff, John Mylopoulos
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Analysis allows students to not only evaluate the satisfaction of goals in their model, but also to better understand their models, helping to refine models until they are more meaningful and more likely  ...  In our experience, we have observed that analysis is an important factor that influences learning and understanding of i*.  ...  Course requirements included a course project worked on in teams involving modeling and analysis of an enterprise of each team's choice.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-25747-1_34 fatcat:oshj6a7lv5fdvmc3e5cpgxyycm

Business Process Modeling Languages Supporting Collaborative Networks
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Hodjat Soleimani Malekan, Hamideh Afsarmanesh
2013 Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems  
In our approach, every enterprise in the CN is represented by its set of BPs, so that other enterprises can see and potentially share them when developing integrated BPs.  ...  Therefore, aiming to select the most suitable BPML for the purpose of modelling and representing BPs in CNs, while overviewing the defined BPML categories, the paper introduces a new categorization of  ...  distributed, and heterogeneous in terms of their operating environment, decision making, culture and social capital, that cooperate/collaborate to better achieve common/compatible goals, and their interactions  ... 
doi:10.5220/0004420602580266 dblp:conf/iceis/MalekanA13 fatcat:4m4crmadpfg3nnzuwb25rcfynu

Organizational and collaborative knowledge management: a Virtual HRD model based on Web2.0

Musadaq Hanandi, Michele Grimaldi
2010 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
The VHRD organizational model allows different actors (top Management, employees, and external experts) to interact and participate in the learning process, by providing non-threatening self-evaluation  ...  This paper aims at introducing an innovative organizational model to support enterprises, international companies, and governments, in developing their human resource, through the virtual human resource  ...  of the interaction activities, allowing the enterprise members to interact extensively in a high secure and trusted environment, and facilitate the freely information flows and intensive hands-on experience  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2010.010402 fatcat:3vshkpmoa5b4tbzxv5ax3lyn4m

A Formal Model for Business Process Modeling and Design [chapter]

Manolis Koubarakis, Dimitris Plexousakis
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The concepts of our framework (objectives and goals, roles and actors, actions and processes, responsibilities and constraints) allow business analysts to capture enterprise knowledge in a way t h a t  ...  We present a formal framework for representing enterprise knowledge.  ...  The second component of our enterprise model is the objectives and goals submodel. The central concept in this submodel is an enterprise goal.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45140-4_11 fatcat:gzuhxwc3ibcnbdtd4zcy3ptqbu

Cognitive analysis and choice of an enterprise's strategic goals

Robert Karayev
2019 Business Informatics  
Citation: Karayev R.A. (2019) Cognitive analysis and choice of an enterprise's strategic goals.  ...  The technology is a single procedure integrating the capabilities of traditional support tools and expanding the creative potential of support based on psychosemantic models and nonmetric multidimensional  ...  A person can mentally manipulate mental models, "starting" them in the form of an internal experiment and evaluating its results under different conditions and a different sequence of steps that form such  ... 
doi:10.17323/1998-0663.2019.4.28.38 fatcat:y5sb4x7kufbnfofpboppoei7ke

Quality Management of Transport Services: Concept, System Approach, Models of Implementation

Oksana Кryvoruchko, Vladimir Shynkarenko, Nadezhda Popova
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
to selecting technologies for improving the processes of transport and logistics services; comparison of consumer assessment of motor transport services with an evaluation of the quality of processes  ...  and structuring of information is expressed in a change in the structure of the system and the level of its organization).  ...  setting goals, global and common tasks for the logistic system of an enterprise and maintaining the company's mutual relations with the external environment, which provides an opportunity to achieve the  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i4.3.19919 fatcat:4sfdlns75jdprgjuk567jwvf4m

Enterprise Modeling for Strategic Support [chapter]

Michael Gibson, Michael Whitman
1998 Handbook of Enterprise Operations Management  
Enterprise modeling originated in data processing departments as a software development tool and plays a critical role in computeraided systems engineering, allowing systems designers to map current and  ...  ENTERPRISE MODELING Enterprise modeling has been described by E.  ...  Activities (enterprise) represent what the enterprise does in terms of major functions, processes, and procedures.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420052169.ch6 fatcat:eq7nh2wwojhwddzyv65b7utffa

ENTERPRISE MODELING FOR STRATEGIC SUPPORT

Michael E. Whitman, Michael L. Gibson
1996 Information systems management  
Enterprise modeling originated in data processing departments as a software development tool and plays a critical role in computeraided systems engineering, allowing systems designers to map current and  ...  ENTERPRISE MODELING Enterprise modeling has been described by E.  ...  Activities (enterprise) represent what the enterprise does in terms of major functions, processes, and procedures.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10580539608906989 fatcat:tngpsctorbhoxcveidrksxvqcu

Research on Comprehensive Evaluation of Network Marketing Performance in O2O Model-Measuring by GIOWA Operator

Wanxin Xue, Yilei Pei, Dandan Li
2014 Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations  
of online and offline interaction.  ...  Through the example, this method can be effectively applied to the evaluation of network marketing performance in O2O model of enterprises.  ...  to use, so as to achieve the interaction between online and offline channels.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jeco.2014100102 fatcat:3fbxxcrdebbcnbfxekzycdkbve

"Systems-Integrated CME": The Implementation and Outcomes Imperative for Continuing Medical Education in the Learning Health Care Enterprise

David W. Price, University of Colorado Anschutz School of Medicine, David A. Davis, Gary L. Filerman, The AXDEV Group, Atlas Health Foundation
2021 NAM Perspectives  
In this paper, the authors describe models that better refl ect a more eff ective role of CME within learning health care delivery enterprises and the implications of such models for these enterprises  ...  Therefore, an evolution and a reconceptualization of the structure and function of CME are necessary to enable collaboration between leaders and improvement experts in health care enterprises and CME.  ...  what" and "the how") into health enterprise practice ("how to do the how").  ... 
doi:10.31478/202110a pmid:34901778 pmcid:PMC8654469 fatcat:fljusg3u2zhbxhwu7iiwzcecqm

Capacity Modelling for Virtual Enterprises [chapter]

João A. Bastos, Jorge P. Sousa
1998 Globalization of Manufacturing in the Digital Communications Era of the 21st Century  
The purpose of this paper is to present a new view on the problern of capacity planning in a distributed network of enterprises, i.e. in a Virtual Enterprise (VE).  ...  This view is based on a distributed planning architecture, that takes into account the requirements and characteristics of local capacity models.  ...  In order to achieve this goal, on each node of the network, a hopefully accurate, updated and reliable local capacity model must be available.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35351-7_11 fatcat:it6zrqoapnh6vplpyy5oajjzte
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