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Using the Fractal Enterprise Model for Inter-organizational Business Processes
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Inter-organizational processes are important for delivering complex services and products. While these processes are important, they are also difficult to design and change. In this paper, we examine how a particular kind of model, the Fractal Enterprise Model (FEM), can help in describing and analyzing changes to inter-organizational processes. FEM is asset-based, meaning that it is focusing on how processes share and consume resources. We use a case study performed at a health care region in Sweden as the base of our examination. In the case, potential changes that affect the organization have been identified, and we use these changes to create FEMs. Based on the case, the need to extend FEM to improve its utility for modeling inter-organizational processes is identified
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