Interactive Models for Supporting Networked Organisations

@inproceedings{Krogstie2004InteractiveMF,
  title={Interactive Models for Supporting Networked Organisations},
  author={John Krogstie and H{\aa}vard D. J{\o}rgensen},
  booktitle={CAiSE},
  year={2004}
}
This paper presents a novel approach to the development and operation of dynamic networked organization. The approach is based on the idea of using interactive models. Interactive models are visual models of enterprise aspects that can be viewed, traversed, analyzed, simulated, adapted and executed by industrial users as part of their work. The approach was developed in the EXTERNAL-project, where experiences from three case studies were used as a basis for validation and further enhancement of… CONTINUE READING

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