Research Commentary: Information Systems and Conceptual Modeling - A Research Agenda

@article{Wand2002ResearchCI,
  title={Research Commentary: Information Systems and Conceptual Modeling - A Research Agenda},
  author={Yair Wand and Ron Weber},
  journal={Information Systems Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={13},
  pages={363-376}
}
Within the information systems field, the task of conceptual modeling involves building a representation of selected phenomena in some domain. High-quality conceptual modeling work is important because it facilitates early detection and correction of system development errors. It also plays an increasingly important role in activities like business process reengineering and documentation of best-practice data and process models in enterprise resource planning systems. Yet little research has… CONTINUE READING

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