Enterprise Modelling for the Masses - From Elitist Discipline to Common Practice

@inproceedings{Sandkuhl2016EnterpriseMF,
  title={Enterprise Modelling for the Masses - From Elitist Discipline to Common Practice},
  author={Kurt Sandkuhl and Hans-Georg Fill and Stijn Hoppenbrouwers and John Krogstie and Andreas Leue and Florian Matthes and Andreas L. Opdahl and Gerhard Schwabe and {\"O}mer Uludag and Robert Winter},
  booktitle={PoEM},
  year={2016}
}
Enterprise modelling (EM) as a discipline has been around for several decades with a huge body of knowledge on EM in academic literature. The benefits of modelling and its contributions to organizational tasks are largely undisputed. Thus, from an inside-out perspective, EM appears to be a mature and established discipline. However, for initiating serious innovations this view is not sufficient. This position paper takes an outside-in perspective on enterprise modelling and argues that EM is… CONTINUE READING

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