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Presentation of the Paper at BMSD 2022. Enterprise modeling is a set of tools, methods and practices for an aligned development of business, functional, organizational and technical aspects of an enterprise. Therefore, an enterprise model is always a set of sub-models of different semantics. In order to form a consistent enterprise model, its sub-m...
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A pattern is a concept widely used in engineering and other disciplines for variety of purpose, e.g. business or system analysis. In this work, we present the concept of patterns usage within enterprise modelling. The undertaking is a part of the larger case study dedicated to Fractal Enterprise Modelling (FEM) development deploying Design Science...
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This project has explored the limitations of the Lean Enterprise model and the possibility of remedying them. These problems include (1) conflicting perspectives across the Lean community about the ultimate end a Lean Enterprise pursues, (2) inconsistencies in the operational definitions of key Lean terms, (3) gaps in the knowledge needed to k...
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Several years ago, the current authors undertook a project to document the Lean Enterprise approach to commerce and provide additional tools to enable its successful use. Both authors had studied and applied Lean thinking for more than two decades. We each had observed and measured its effects. When implemented with the aim of benefiting all stakeh...
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The rapid increase and adoption of new Information Technologies (IT) in Smart Cities make the provision of public services more efficient. However, various municipalities and cities deal with challenges to transform and digitize city services. Smart Cities have a high degree of complexity where offered city services must respond to the concerns and...
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Achieving the optimal market entry time is of immense strategic importance for entrepreneurs, especially in online markets, where web-based social entrepreneurial activity continues to grow. This raises the question of whether first-mover market entry actually pays off or if market entry as a (later) follower might be the better option. First-mover...
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Edsger W. Dijkstra has frequently suggested building a "firewall" between the technology- and application-side of computer science. His justification: The methods to attack the computer scientists' formal, mathematical "correctness problem" differ fundamentally from the methods to attack the applicants' informal "pleasantness problem". In this sett...
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The changing business landscapes urge organizations to collaborate and combine their expertise to stay competitive. Organizations establish partnerships and collaborate via the Internet, which often happens dynamically and at fast pace resulting in formation of Digital Business Ecosystems (DBEs). DBEs are complex and their management requires havin...
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Traditional organizations are strongly encouraged by emerging digital customer behavior and digital competition to transform their businesses for the digital age. Incumbents are particularly exposed to the field of tension between maintaining and renewing their business model. Banking is one of the industries most affected by digitalization, with a...
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Constraint Formalization for Automated Assessment of Enterprise Models https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-4zooDS_Bo
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Digital entrepreneurship is a technological advancement in infrastructure that creates various prospects for entrepreneurs. New digital enterprise models need attention in society, particularly concerning digital entrepreneurship opportunities, barriers, and success factors. Hence, this study gathers literature on digital entrepreneurship to compil...
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The purpose of the current study was to investigate the contemporary context to the evolution of different categories of farmer institutions evolved in India. The paper adopted Transaction Cost Economics (TCE)as the main theoretical perspective to evaluate the evolution of farmer institutions from welfare approach to economic enterprise model. The...
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In the article, we proposed the fundamental mathematical support of the state investment management of the agricultural production at the regional level, the content of which is determined by the next run of the development: the structure of the investment mechanism of farm management, hierarchy and relationship models and stages of the investment...
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Large pharmaceutical companies (commonly referred to as Big Pharma) determine transformation trends in the global and national pharmaceutical market, make the largest investments in R&D to create new original medicines, act as leaders in the processes of creating cross-border pharmaceutical value chains. In recent years, more and more Big Pharma co...
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Purpose: This paper aims to examine the applicability of the benefits theory of nonprofit finance to an international sample of social enterprises (SEs). Design/methodology/approach: This research analyzes the revenue sources of SEs through the lens of benefits theory. In particular, the authors test the links between revenue sources and the charac...
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It is extremely necessary to conduct a study about factors affecting sustainable operations and abilities of enterprises that overcome difficulties during the Covid-19 pandemic period spreading significantly not only in Vietnam but also all over the world. Based on Risk Management Theory, Stakeholder Theory and Distributed Cognition Theory, the stu...
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Enterprises always do their business within some restrictions. In a team of enterprise architects, the restrictions are transformed into the modelling conventions and the corresponding modelling constraints that should be consistently applied across all enterprise models. This paper presents an approach for refining and formalizing modeling convent...
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Kenya has enshrined the right to sanitation in the 2010 constitution. Achieving this requires scaling up infrastructure and models of delivery beyond sewer networks that have previously been the focus. In Kenya, two enterprises, Sanergy and Sanivation, have been providing new forms of off‐grid services with container‐based sanitation (CBS). This pa...
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With the further development of China's market economy, the competition faced by companies in the market has become more intense, and many companies have difficulty facing pressure and risks. Among the many types of enterprises, high-tech enterprises are the riskiest. The emergence of big data technologies and concepts in recent years has provided...
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Take a holistic view of enterprise risk-adjusted return management in banking. This book recommends that a bank transform its siloed operating model into an agile enterprise model. It offers an event-driven, process-based, data-centric approach to help banks plan and implement an enterprise risk-adjusted return model (ERRM), keeping the focus on bu...
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Enterprise modeling is a set of tools, methods and practices for an aligned development of business, functional, organizational and technical aspects of an enterprise. Therefore, an enterprise model is always a set of sub-models of different semantics. In order to form a consistent enterprise model, its sub-models should be aligned to each other. T...
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Qualitative research in organizational contexts has been dominated by descriptive methods such as thematic and qualitative content analysis for structuring the data, and visualization methods such as concept mapping for presenting the results. Similarly, conceptual modeling, and its specialization, enterprise modeling, includes both analytic and vi...
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1. Abstract:-Cloud Computing has become a very famous and successful drill with the current evolution of technology. It's becoming an increasingly famous enterprise model, in which the computing resources are made obtainable to the user as they needed. Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of compute power, database, storage, applications, and...
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The aim of this paper is to identify the main practices and capabilities developed by social enterprises and to explore the relationship between the dual organizational identity of social enterprises and their operational capabilities. A multiple case-study research is conducted comprising five cases representative of the diversity of social enterp...
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In the last two decades, Omani crafts enterprise represented by Public Authority for Crafts Industries (PACI) adapted a specific framework for to increase its efficiency with high consideration toward Oman’s special social, cultural and economic circumstances. But in 2020 this authority vanished by governmental royal decree and more than 23000 of c...
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في خلال العقدين الماضيين تمت رعاية المؤسسات الحرفية العُمانية بواسطة الهيئة العامة للصناعات الحرفية، والتي تبنت هيكلة خاصة بها لضمان فعالية عمل الحرفيين ومؤسساتها الخاصة. وقد هدفت تلك الهيئة إلى ضمان المحافظة على الجوانب الاجتماعية والاقتصادية والثقافية للصناعات الحرفية، مما خلق بيئة حكومية خاصة رعت القطاع الحرفي في تلك المرحلة. إلا أنه في عام 2020...
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The challenges faced by enterprises on a daily basis such as regulatory compliance, novel technology adoption, or cost optimisation, foster them to implement improvement initiatives. As a first step towards the implementation of those initiatives, there is a need to perform assessments to understand the As-Is state of the enterprise considering dif...
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Although the development time of cross-border e-commerce in China is very short, the scale of its transactions and the speed of development are amazing, and as a supporting foundation for promoting economic and trade globalization, cross-border e-commerce has an extremely important strategy for this guiding role. This not only brings new opportunit...
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Resource management arose from the economic theory of scarcity. In order to fulfill organizational goals, the company must make decisions regarding how to plan, schedule, allocate, and govern resources efficiently. Organisations are constantly besieged with the challenge of resource scarcity, compounded with the threat of rivalry and competition, d...
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Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMPs) are highly innovative medicinal products that are based on biomedical technology. ATMP development processes need to comply with complex regulatory frameworks. Currently, biomedical scientists that develop ATMPs manage the regulatory aspects of the ATMP development processes in an ad-hoc fashion, resultin...
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Today, enterprise modeling is still a highly manual task that requires substantial human effort. Human modelers are not only assigned the creative component of the process, but they also need to perform routine work related to comparing the being developed model with the existing ones. Although the huge amount of information available today (big da...
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Models are fundamentally crucial to many scientific fields, including software engineering, systems engineering, enterprise modeling, and business modeling. This paper focuses on diagrammatic conceptual modeling, as opposed to mathematical or computational models, wherein a conceptual model is a translation of reality processes into an abstract mec...
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Models are fundamentally crucial to many scientific fields, including software engineering, systems engineering, enterprise modeling, and business modeling. This paper focuses on diagrammatic conceptual modeling, as opposed to mathematical or computational models, wherein a conceptual model is a translation of reality processes into an abstract mec...
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The design of blockchain-based applications requires today in-depth technical knowledge of the underlying technologies and software frameworks. In order to investigate how enterprise modeling approaches can aid in designing such applications and aligning their structure and behavior with business needs, we conduct a comparison of two types of block...
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One current challenge in enterprise modeling is to establish it as a common practice in everyday work instead of its traditional role as an expert discipline. In this paper we present first steps in this direction through augmented and virtual reality-based conceptual modeling. For this purpose we developed a novel meta-metamodeling framework for a...
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New Zealand hill country sheep and beef farms contain land of various slope classes. The steepest slopes have the lowest pasture productivity and livestock carrying capacity and are the most vulnerable to soil mass movements. A potential management option for these areas of a farm is the planting of native shrubs which are browsable and provide ero...
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If an Enterprise Model is to be used in the strategic decision-making, it should represent the connections between the elements of internal structure, like processes, machines, people, and the elements of the business environment, like market segments, competitors, regulators. The paper presents and discusses a modeling technique – Fractal Enterpri...
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Organisational assessments provide a view of the state of different aspects of an enterprise so as to understand its strengths, weaknesses and possible improvement paths. A relevant element used to perform assessments is the assessment framework, which contains the requirements that the entity must fulfil as well as other aspects. On the other hand...
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When designing modeling languages, researchers and practitioners often take contradicting positions. While the former argue for formal soundness and precise specification, practitioners aim for more flexibility in using a modeling language, i.e., by adapting it to a specific project context. The same distinction applies to the differentiation betwe...
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Lean production has been successfully implemented in different organizations including medium and small manufacturing enterprises (MSMEs) on using lean tools/techniques which lead to elimination of wastages and non-value added activities. The paper has identified 18 critical lean indicators in the Indian MSMEs through extensive literature review an...
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While there are many tools that can depict a business process on any level of detail, there is lack of tools to depict and/or design process architectures - an interconnected set of business processes that exist or are to be introduced in an organization. The FEM toolkit bridges this gap by providing a tool for process architects to discover the pr...
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Managing organisational change is becoming increasingly important in an ever-changing world. A novel "lightweight" enterprise modelling technique called Fractal Enterprise Model (FEM) can be helpful in this effort. This technique is formally established, but the range of application areas for it is not yet fully explored. This paper aims to fill th...
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The world’s global plastics waste crisis demands policy coordination and technological solutions to improve waste management systems, and organizations worldwide have created momentum around the concept of a circular economy. This paper advances a holistic, inclusive circular economy framework that aims to empower waste pickers with the following b...
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In this paper we consider the opportunities for KEPS within wide-spectrum projects which are aimed at creating precise ontological models of areas of industry. The goals of such projects are wide ranging, as is the related areas of enterprise modelling. Particularly in industrial applications, the benefits of ontological modelling are not only seem...
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Apart from the 25-year anniversary in 2019 of the first publication of the GERAM Enterprise Architecture Framework, the timeliness of this paper lies in the new interest in the use of systems theory in Enterprise Architecture (EA), and consequently, ‘light-weight’ architecture frameworks (AFs). Thus, this paper is about the use of systems thinking...
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Nowadays, IT operations devolve many tasks in IT services to internal customers (i.e., IT self-service). The rationale for this service task devolvement is often to reduce the IT personnel’s workload. However, prior research has shown that IT operations often fail to achieve this goal. Existing methods for modeling and analyzing services fall short...
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A review of scientific papers has shown that digital twins are very common for modeling the states of physical objects. It is relevant to consider the creation of a digital twin of an enterprise to obtain various assessments in management, taking into account the human factor. In the research, the impact of the human factor is assessed by the digit...
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There are several ways of defining organizational identity and identity management. This article considers a less exploited one, namely, defining identity as a set of structural couplings that the organization has, and identity management as an activity aimed at maintaining these couplings. The concept of structural coupling comes from biological c...
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The need to improve access to palliative care across many settings of care for patients with cancer and non-cancer illnesses is recognised. This requires primary-level palliative care capacity, but many healthcare professionals lack core competencies in this area. Pallium Canada, a non-profit organisation, has been building primary-level palliative...
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The Design and Engineering Methodology for Organisations (DEMO) is a core method within the discipline of enterprise engineering. It enables the creation of so-called essential models of enterprises. Such models are enterprise models that aim to focus on the organisational essence of an enterprise by leaving out (as much as possible) details of the...
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Smart and sustainable solid waste management in metropolises with systemic methods and other environmental issues are important factors in the development of urban management and circular economy. Extensive progress has been made towards reducing the environmental and human health impact of the generated solid waste in households. Under such a cont...
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Through devolving political powers, financial resources and administrative responsibilities to urban local government level, municipal decentralization in Ethiopia is largely intended to improve public service delivery. In this perspective, the aim of this study is to analyze whether the decentralization process has empowered the urban local govern...
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Through devolving political powers, financial resources and administrative responsibilities to urban local government level, municipal decentralization in Ethiopia is largely intended to improve public service delivery. In this perspective, the aim of this study is to analyze whether the decentralization process has empowered the urban local govern...
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Nas últimas décadas, a filosofia Lean tem sido amplamente divulgada e aplicada em diferentes setores e segmentos da economia, não se prendendo à sua aplicação mais clássica, o Lean Manufaturing. Dentre as novas abordagens, destaca-se o Lean Office, que tem por objetivo diminuir a ocorrência de desperdícios nos processos administrativos. O Lean Ente...
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Organizations adopt new tools and technologies even more during the Covid19 pandemic. Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) as a holistic management discipline supports systematic adoption processes by integration business and IT concerns. This integrated view requires the participation of different stakeholders to EAM projects. To minimize the...
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This paper entitled "A Multi-Case Study of Change Facilitators: The Case of LSEED Program and selected Philippine social enterprise models" is a qualitative and descriptive study. It assesses the enterprise models of the social enterprises being incubated by the LSEED Program, in parallel with select models of social enterprises in the industry usi...
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Along with enterprise transformation, enterprise re-engineering is essential for maintaining the competitiveness of an enterprise. Enterprise re-engineering addresses (emergent) changes, re-organizing, outsourcing and re-aligning alike. Re-engineering itself has drawn traction in both academia and business. Most scholarly work in this area is confi...
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In this article, we point to the importance of considering the organizational context when deciding on an enterprise modeling approach. Based on extant research in the area of context-aware Business Process Management, we present results from an empirical investigation on how the context of an organization can be assessed regarding requirements for...
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The enterprise reengineering based on enterprise modelling is usually carried out within the framework of conventional projects. This leads to relatively long projects that are not compatible with a highly variable economic environment. The objective of the evolution management presented here is to use enterprise modelling and all the benefits it b...
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The chemical industry has sustained the development of global economies by providing an astonishing variety of products and services, while also consuming massive amounts of raw materials and energy. Chemical firms are currently under tremendous pressure to become lean enterprises capable of executing not only traditional lean manufacturing practic...
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Cooperation in tourism is considered crucial for sustainable destination promotion, addressing several opportunities to decrease the level of competition among actors to achieve advantages for all. Global markets force rapid, virtual teaming up and high reconfigurability through heavy reliance on information and communications technology in the pur...
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Our research program aims at finding and testing methods that allow organizations to become more RUN-time adaptive enterprises, with a near-zero time-to-market for new or changed products and services. Indeed, to thrive in increasingly more disruptive environments, an enterprise’s IT time-to-market should sustainably no longer be on the critical pa...
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The growing role of models across the life-cycle of enterprises, and their information and software systems, fuels the need for a more fundamental reflection on the foundations of modeling. Two of the core theories of the discipline of enterprise engineering (Factual Information (FI) theory and the Model Universe (MU) theory) aim at contributing to...
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Supply chain finance is an effective way to solve the problem of capital turnover of construction enterprises and stabilize economic growth under epidemic situation. Blockchain technology can solve the problems in the current supply chain finance business, such as incorrect information between banks and enterprises, lack of visibility in transactio...
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The present study entitled "Quality and reflecting of financial position: an enterprises model through logistic regression and natural logarithm", determines the confirmatory effects of PRF analysis, to assess the position or condition of enterprises in the market. The business environment for enterprises shows the diversity of economic activity, b...
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Nowadays, the organic nature of business processes and the increasingly complex and dynamic business environment make organizations face severe operational risks. However, current risk analysis methods of Information Technology (IT) resources ignore inter-process correlation and thus inter-process risk propagation. This gap needs a solution since t...
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Virtual enterprise is a dynamic alliance of businesses, in which multiple members undertake joint research, development, manufacturing, operation, etc. The complexity of the relationship between business members, coupled with many new technologies or methods applied in the alliance operation, leads to more uncertain factors and difficulties in the...