Active Knowledge Modeling of Enterprises by Frank Lillehagen, John Krogstie

By Frank Lillehagen, John Krogstie

Enterprise Modeling has been outlined because the paintings of externalizing firm wisdom, i.e., representing the center wisdom of the firm. even if beneficial in product layout and platforms improvement, for modeling and model-based techniques to have a extra profound influence, a shift in modeling ways and methodologies is important. Modeling should still develop into as normal as drawing, sketching and scribbling, and may offer robust prone for taking pictures work-centric, work-supporting and generative wisdom, for keeping context and making sure reuse. an answer is the appliance of lively wisdom Modeling (AKM).

The AKM expertise is set studying, externalizing, expressing, representing, sharing, exploring, configuring, activating, turning out to be and handling firm wisdom. An AKM answer is ready exploiting the internet as an information engineering medium, and constructing knowledge-model-based households of structures, model-configured places of work and services.

This publication used to be written via the inventors of AKM bobbing up out in their cooperation with either scientists and business practitioners over a protracted time period, and the authors supply examples, instructions, equipment and prone to allow new methods of operating, exploiting the AKM method of let powerful c-business, firm layout and improvement, and lifecycle administration. managers and layout engineers becomes conscious of the manifold chances of, and further values in, IT-supported dispensed layout approaches, and researchers for collaborative layout environments will locate plenty of stimulation and plenty of examples for destiny advancements.

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G. “fractal,” “holonic,” or knowledge-model configured) Various Types of Enterprise Architecture ISO 15704 considers two and only two types of architectures that deal with enterprise integration. 1. , the system part of an overall enterprise integration 2. Enterprise-reference projects (sometimes referred to as “type 2” architectures) that deal with the organization of the development and implementation of a project such as an enterprise integration or other enterprise development program. In other words, type 1 architecture represents system or subsystem in terms of its structure and behaviors.

The AKA must be designed for each enterprise, but the design is based on extensive reuse of constructs and structures across sectors and projects, and on reactivation of generic tasks as design services. 2 Model-Generated Workplaces (MGWP) A model-generated workplace is a working environment for the business users involved in running the business operations of the enterprise. It is a model-generated user platform that provides the graphical front-end for human users to interact with services, views, data, and knowledge elements, supporting their day-to-day business activities.

The four categories of generic work-sensitive knowledge spaces we have discovered and modeled are defined and identified by simple names on the four key knowledge dimensions defining each space: 1. The role-specific knowledge space, defined by information, role, task, and view, abbreviated and referenced as IRTV 2. The innovation space, defined by product, organization, process, and system, and abbreviated and referenced as POPS 3. The business space, defined by services, networking assets, projects, and platforms, and abbreviated and referenced as SNPP 4.

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