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Business Strategy Modelling in the Information Age

@inproceedings{Winter2002BusinessSM,
  title={Business Strategy Modelling in the Information Age},
  author={Robert Winter},
  year={2002}
}
  • R. Winter
  • Published 2002
  • Business, Computer Science
The sophistication of technical and organizational networking enables not only a broader range of business architectures and business models, but also allows for their faster adaptation to innovations. By increasing the degree of formalization of strategy modelling, model consistency can be enhanced and specifications can be reused in subsequent business engineering phases like process (re-)design and information systems development. Modelling techniques for business architecture specification… 

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