Thesearethe proceedings ofthe Third IFIP WG 8.1 Working Conferenceonthe PracticeofEnterpriseModeling, heldinDelft (The Netherlands)onNovember9 and10, 2010.ItfollowedthesuccessofPoEM2008and2009(bothheldinSto- holm), which each attracted over 50 participants from all over the world, r- resenting both industry and academia. This indicates that enterprise modeling (EM) has gainedpopularity both in the academic community and among prac- tioners. The interactive format of the previous conferences sparked constructive interaction between researchand practice. PoEM2010 further strengthened this interaction. The PoEM conferences contribute to establishing a dedicated forum where theuseofEMinpracticeisaddressedbybringingtogetherresearchers, usersand practitioners. The main focus of PoEM is EM methods, approaches, and tools, and how they are used in practice. The goal of the conference was to further a better understanding of the practice of EM and improve the theory behind the practice, contributing to improvedEMpractice and to the sharingof knowledge. For this third edition, the founders of PoEM, Anne Perssonand Janis Stirna, passed the torch for the ?rst time; we hope we lived up to the high standards set by them and thank them for their initiative, commitment, and excellent work. PoEMwill return to Scandinavia next year, and will remain to do so everyotherAdapting UML Activity Diagrams for Mobile Work Process Modelling: Experimental Comparison of Two Notation Alternatives Sundar Gopalakrishnan, John Krogstie, and Guttorm Sindre Department of Computer and Information Scienceanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Practice of Enterprise Modeling|
|Author||:||Patrick van Bommel, Stijn Hoppenbrouwers, Sietse Overbeek, Erik Proper, Joseph Barjis|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-10-29|