The Practice of Enterprise Modeling

5th IFIP WG 8.1 Working Conference, PoEM 2012, Rostock, Germany, November 7-8, 2012. Proceedings


ISBN: 978-3-642-34548-7 (Print) 978-3-642-34549-4 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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  2. Enterprise Modeling

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-15

      Evolution of an Enterprise Modeling Method – Next Generation Improvements of EKD

    2. Chapter

      Pages 16-30

      Asking Questions about Asking Questions in Collaborative Enterprise Modelling

    3. Chapter

      Pages 31-45

      Practical Challenges of Enterprise Modeling in the Light of Business and IT Alignment

  3. Process Modeling

    1. Chapter

      Pages 46-60

      Rule Determination and Process Verification Using Business Capabilities

    2. Chapter

      Pages 61-75

      Untangling the Dynamic Structure of an Enterprise by Applying a Fractal Approach to Business Processes

    3. Chapter

      Pages 76-90

      Quality of Business Process Models

  4. Business Modeling

    1. Chapter

      Pages 91-100

      Challenges in Service Value Network Composition

    2. Chapter

      Pages 101-116

      Modeling of Processes and Decisions in Healthcare - State of the Art and Research Directions

    3. Chapter

      Pages 117-131

      Capability Driven Development – An Approach to Support Evolving Organizations

  5. Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise Modeling

    1. Chapter

      Pages 132-147

      Enterprise Architecture Enhanced with Responsibility to Manage Access Rights - Case Study in an EU Institution

    2. Chapter

      Pages 148-159

      Up-Stream and Down-Stream Quality in Enterprise Modeling Practice – Supporting Model Driven Continuous Improvement in Organizations

    3. Chapter

      Pages 160-171

      Challenges of Identifying Communities with Shared Semantics in Enterprise Modeling

  6. Model-Driven Development

    1. Chapter

      Pages 172-187

      Implementing the Unifying Meta-model for Enterprise Modeling and Model-Driven Development: An Experience Report

    2. Chapter

      Pages 188-202

      Early Information Requirements Engineering for Target Driven Data Warehouse Development

    3. Chapter

      Pages 203-217

      A User-Guided Approach for Large-Scale Multi-schema Integration

  7. Back Matter

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