Capability-oriented Enterprise Modelling for Mastering Dynamic Business Contexts
Stockholm University, Sweden
A significant objective of today’s enterprise Information Systems (IS) is to be congruent with the business environments which they are meant to support. A major concern is how Information Systems can successfully adapt to support frequent variations in business conditions originating, for instance, from changes in customers’ demand, environmental aspects, regulations, and many others. The need for enterprises to operate in changing environments has been addressed by proposing a capability-oriented approach that integrates organizational development with IS development taking into account changes in the application context of the solution. It requires a number of organizational concepts to be modelled, such as business goals, processes, resources, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), as well as the data for describing business environmental contexts for organization’s capabilities. In the talk, I intend to outline the capability-oriented approach for supporting model-driven organisations, as well as to present the experiences of developing capability-oriented enterprise models for industrial and data-driven cases.
Lecture at NEMO2019
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 14:00