A taxonomy of business process modeling and information systems modeling techniques

@inproceedings{Giaglis2001ATO,
  title={A taxonomy of business process modeling and information systems modeling techniques},
  author={George M. Giaglis},
  year={2001}
}
Modelling has always been at the core of both organisational design and Information Systems (IS) development. Models enable decision-makers to filter out the irrelevant complexities of the real world, so that efforts can be directed towards the most important parts of the system under study. However, both business analysts and IS professionals may find it difficult to navigate through a maze of theoretical paradigms, methodological approaches, and representational formalisms that have been… CONTINUE READING
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