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The Common Model of an Enterprise's Value Objects, Presented in Relevant Business Views [chapter]

Jan Gustafsson, Jarl Höglund
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
We will discuss the value of having one common product model and unified terminology that is accepted in all processes adding value to the product.  ...  The main issues have been: one business view of the product dominates information access, the terminology and communication.  ...  In order to find the logic of the common object model that would fulfill the needs of each business view, we decided to model with the representatives from each view separately.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-05352-8_4 fatcat:foytqke5vvde5cik2d7iumxj7i

Topics in Real-time Supply Chain Management

Christos D. Tarantilis
2008 Computers & Operations Research  
Realization of an enterprise's input-output plan model real-time analysis and the enterprise's input-output statistical model just-in-time analysis is a scientific basis of exploration, and research of  ...  Note: For the brief reason, "an enterprise's input-output model" sometimes is the shortened one of "an enterprise's input-output plan model and an enterprise's input-output statistical model".  ...  an integration; which would be in the form of the enterprise's entire value movement.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cor.2007.01.028 fatcat:cpdw4tdvrrerlbjnuizudkbz7u

A framework of intangible valuation areas (FIVA)

Annie Green, Julie J.C.H. Ryan
2005 Journal of Intellectual Capital  
of the business enterprise to define a common taxonomy of value drivers of intangible assets.  ...  Purpose -This study investigates the adequacy of existing intangible asset models and defines and codifies common principal valuation drivers of intangible assets for use in enterprise balanced scorecard  ...  The identification of a discrete set of common value drivers of intangible assets. . The presentation of intangible asset management (IAM) within the context of the business/enterprise value chain. .  ... 
doi:10.1108/14691930510574654 fatcat:gozgxnbp7jfxjkfgtukb524z5q

Structuring Software Cities A Multidimensional Approach

Andreas Hess, Bernhard Humm, Markus Voss, Gregor Engels
2007 International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference, Proceedings  
This paper presents a novel method for constructing domain models based on business services, business objects, and business dimensions. The method has been validated in numerous industrial projects.  ...  The quality of the resulting domain model is crucial for the success of enterprise architecture management and an important tool for the governance of the development of an enterprise's application landscape  ...  Business objects Business objects are the most relevant top-level information items of an enterprise.  ... 
doi:10.1109/edoc.2007.4383987 fatcat:vgmwcbfglbayhnphz45nwgivem

Structuring Software Cities A Multidimensional Approach

Andreas Hess, Bernhard Humm, Markus Voss, Gregor Engels
2007 11th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference (EDOC 2007)  
This paper presents a novel method for constructing domain models based on business services, business objects, and business dimensions. The method has been validated in numerous industrial projects.  ...  The quality of the resulting domain model is crucial for the success of enterprise architecture management and an important tool for the governance of the development of an enterprise's application landscape  ...  Business objects Business objects are the most relevant top-level information items of an enterprise.  ... 
doi:10.1109/edoc.2007.17 dblp:conf/edoc/HessHVE07 fatcat:3yvit3y37rca7p7x7ticlxgftq

Empirical Analysis on Perceived Risk of Enterprise's Logistics Supervisor for Outsourcing Logistic Business

Jianhong Huang, Aiguo Li
2009 International Business Research  
factor analysis and structural equation model analysis made by statistical software, it shows that enterprise's Logistics Supervisor has a definite risk perception for outsourcing logistic business.  ...  According to the conceptual model established and assumptions put forward based on literature review as well as data collected through questionnaire survey, data reliability analysis, metric model confirmatory  ...  The conception model of this article being presented in following section.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v2n2p175 fatcat:t2mfc54lonczpo35znr43qipma

The Mechanism of the Industrial Enterprise's Strategy Development Formation

2019 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
concept from the point of view of different objects, in particular: systematic approach, functional approach, hierarchical approach, process approach, system-target approach, system- structural approach  ...  over maintaining the existing values of strategic development indicators, the organization's activities and the enterprise's strategic management effectiveness as a whole.  ...  Selection of an object of the industrial enterprise's strategy development.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.a4969.119119 fatcat:jvpj23ajpjen7fflxkij2wfceq

THE EVALUATION OF SOCIAL CAPITAL BENEFITS: ENTERPRISE LEVEL

Irena Mačerinskienė, Giedrė Aleknavičiūtė
2011 Business, Management and Education  
The last part of this essay introduced the model of social capital's benefits to enterprise's business processes and evaluated, which of them are the most relevant.  ...  This paper aims to present how social capital can benefit business processes of an enterprise, which uses its social networks for business purposes, and which of those benefits are the most important in  ...  The model of social capital's benefits to enterprise's business processes As we have mentioned earlier, it is very important to evaluate social capital's relevance to different business activities of an  ... 
doi:10.3846/bme.2011.08 fatcat:rsmnjuh5orbb7fnsafgnnrh3s4

REA-based Enterprise Business Domain Ontology Construction

Guoqiang Zhang, Suling Jia, Qiang Wang, Qi Liu
2010 Journal of Software  
And then the business domain ontology infrastructure is constructed in OWL DL language. To demonstrate and implement the method and architecture, an example of tobacco trading company is taken.  ...  By adopting the business domain ontology the paper provides a foundation for the conservation and reuse of business modeling and improves enterprise business modeling knowledge management.  ...  In the Initial REA model, the study focused on the related business operations of enterprise's value chain and financial flows, so enterprise's business operations are divided into three categories: resources  ... 
doi:10.4304/jsw.5.5.522-529 fatcat:hganhwfaqjf6vgdhnfcwdv4rny

SeamCAD: Object-Oriented Modeling Tool for Hierarchical Systems in Enterprise Architecture

Lam-Son Le, A. Wegmann
2006 Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'06)  
We then propose a solution to meet these requirements: SeamCAD -a tool designed to manage hierarchical models. We present the key features of SeamCAD and an overview of the modeling language it uses.  ...  The benefit of the proposed solution is tool support for managing enterprise models.  ...  1 We call our tool a CAD tool because its scope is mainly towards marketing and business process modeling rather than software modeling (even if software modeling is possible).  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2006.428 dblp:conf/hicss/LeW06 fatcat:yqsv3v7oojbnfb3faxxah77quu

Problem of Assessing Enterprise's Possibilities to Compete and Its Possible Solution

Monika Mickevičienė, Leonas Žitkus
2011 Business: Theory and Practice  
Such a view expresses only the potential of competitiveness and does not show the enterprise's possibilities to compete in the future.  ...  The mentioned problem is revealed and the need as well as the structure of subsidiary in its purpose element of the used model of competitiveness (proposed by M. J.  ...  Competitiveness in business is not only an instrument of entrance into the market.  ... 
doi:10.3846/btp.2011.34 fatcat:pa3hab7n3baixk7azdfdilvaiq

The Enterprise DNA: Static and Dynamic Digital Representation of Organizations

2019 International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology  
The complex interactions and enterprise life cycle reminds the life of s species in the nature and , thus ,the mimic of biological entities can be applied as a modelling tool for better understanding how  ...  The broad purpose of this article is to propos e a foundation for applying Artificial Life s simulations for business analyse.  ...  As a result, as an Enterprise Model the Conceptual (business owner's) view was proposed.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijeat.f9544.088619 fatcat:moesx2v65bg2thiesayhm2jpzu

Transparency and Business Management Systems

Dario A. Colombo
2017 Symphonya Emerging Issues in Management  
This has rendered the Co.De.Bri. business model original within the Lombardy region.  ...  Over the years, Co.De.Bri. has grown in terms of operational engagement with an increase in personal services, projects funded and implemented, and activities managed directly and indirectly.  ...  that has as its main mission the provision of a 'common good' and 'social value' through services for people in prevailing conditions of fragility.  ... 
doi:10.4468/2017.2.07colombo fatcat:6wy6edaz5jai7d7zo2kj4g5w4i

Toward Innovative Model Based Enterprise IT Outsourcing [chapter]

Vinay Kulkarni, Sagar Sunkle
2013 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
value generation using analysis and operational world views of enterprise IT systems.  ...  Both these situations may be addressed by an innovative business model based on product family concepts that systematically targets transactional and transformational needs of enterprises with focus on  ...  Related Work Servicing of outsourced IT systems in an innovative way as we have suggested is novel in the sense that such business model and analysis and operational views of this business model have not  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38490-5_24 fatcat:cjcauexvqfa3bne3pznvwaruru

Holistic Layer of the Enterprise Architecture on the Basis of Process-Driven Organization

Stepan Alexa, Vaclav Repa
2017 Complex Systems Informatics and Modeling Quarterly  
The proposed model aims to combine a unified view on infrastructure and behavior of the enterprise with lean principles in order to identify and focus on key elements of the enterprise.  ...  Growing complexity of the enterprise ecosystem along with the existence of legacy approaches in the organization can result in a number of challenges when maintaining the solid baseline of its information  ...  Repa [6] emphasizes a value based view of the service that expresses the relevance of the service within the overall ecosystem of the organization and especially in relation to its customers.  ... 
doi:10.7250/csimq.2017-11.04 fatcat:d4s2tr5o6rfh5anuua5l2cqcea
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