Enterprise modeling (EM) has gained substantial popularity both in the academic community and among practitioners. A variety of EM methods, approaches, and tools are being developed and offered on the market. In practice they are used for various purposes such as business strategy development, process restructuring, as well as business and IT architecture alignment and governance. PoEM 2009 a the second IFIP WG 8.1 Working Conference on The Practice of Enterprise Modeling took place in November in Stockholm, Sweden. The conference series is a dedicated forum where the use of EM in practice is addressed by bringing together researchers, users, and practitioners in order to develop a better understanding of the practice of EM, to contribute to improved EM practice as well as to share knowledge and experiences. PoEM 2009 attracted 41 submissions from many different parts of the world, out of which the Program Committee selected 17 high-quality papers. Among the authors of these papers we find both researchers and practitioners. The resulting program reflects the fact that the topic of EM encompasses human, organizational issues, as well as more technical aspects related to the development of information systems. The program was organized in six thematic sessions: ? Experiences in EM ? The process of modeling ? EM in information systems development ? Model quality and reuse ? EM for Services modeling ? New ventures in EM The program also featured two keynotes by experienced EM practitioners. HAyvard D.The data model included reservations, scheduled flights, inspection, etc. ... The modeling process was carried out using a simple UML editor. ... |3J| based 3 COMA - Class Diagram: abcAirlint Options Facilitation Help | My Model: Class Diagram ] Group Mod O E E B ai CatID: int Category Name: CatID / FuncticnlD: intanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Practice of Enterprise Modeling|
|Author||:||Anne Persson, Janis Stirna|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-11-05|