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Business Modeling [electronic resource] : A Practical Guide to Realizing Business Value

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780123741516Series: The MK/OMG PressPublication details: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2008.ISBN:
  • 9780080920955
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Business Modeling : A Practical Guide to Realizing Business ValueDDC classification:
  • 658.40352
LOC classification:
  • HD31.B7388 2009
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Contents:
Front Cover; Business Modeling; Copyright Page; Dedication Page; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Chapter 1: Why Business Modeling?; Business Modeling and Business Transformation; Case Study; Chapter 2: Modeling Fundamentals; Business Modeling Standards; Chapter 3: Business Motivation Models; Motivation Modeling and Strategy Creation; Goals; Threats; Comparing Alternatives; Case Study; Chapter 4: Business Organization Models; External Organizations and External Roles; Case Study; Chapter 5: Business Process Models; Why Model Business Processes?; Activity Attributes
GatewaysSubprocesses; Pools; As-is and To-be Processes; Business Processes, Organizations, and Interactions; The BPMN Standard; Case Study; Chapter 6: Business Rule Models; Rules; Fact Types; Enforcement; Business Organizations and Business Rules; Business Processes, Business Policies, and Business Rules; Chapter 7: Creating a Good Model; Model Value Destruction; Chapter 8: Model-Based Workshops; Model-Based Workshops; Workshop Benefits in Summary; Workshop Focus and Deliverables; Case Study; Chapter 9: Running a Workshop; Process Details of Model-Based Workshops
Roles in a Model-Based WorkshopChallenging Personalities in a Model-Based Workshop; Workshop Antipatterns; Case Study; Chapter 10: Business Model Analysis; Acquisition Analysis; Chapter 11: Business Simulation; Simulating a Business Motivation Model; Validating a Simulation; Simulation and Standards; Chapter 12: Executing a Business Model; Packaged Execution; Direct Execution; Executing Business Rules; Executing Business Processes; Business Activity Monitoring; The Future of Business Modeling; Bibliography; Index
Summary: As business modeling becomes mainstream, every year more and more companies and government agencies are creating models of their businesses. But creating good business models is not a simple endeavor. Business modeling requires new skills. Written by two business modeling experts, this book shows you how to make your business modeling efforts successful. It provides in-depth coverage of each of the four distinct business modeling disciplines, helping you master them all and understand how to effectively combine them. It also details best practices for working with subject matter expert
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Front Cover; Business Modeling; Copyright Page; Dedication Page; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Chapter 1: Why Business Modeling?; Business Modeling and Business Transformation; Case Study; Chapter 2: Modeling Fundamentals; Business Modeling Standards; Chapter 3: Business Motivation Models; Motivation Modeling and Strategy Creation; Goals; Threats; Comparing Alternatives; Case Study; Chapter 4: Business Organization Models; External Organizations and External Roles; Case Study; Chapter 5: Business Process Models; Why Model Business Processes?; Activity Attributes

GatewaysSubprocesses; Pools; As-is and To-be Processes; Business Processes, Organizations, and Interactions; The BPMN Standard; Case Study; Chapter 6: Business Rule Models; Rules; Fact Types; Enforcement; Business Organizations and Business Rules; Business Processes, Business Policies, and Business Rules; Chapter 7: Creating a Good Model; Model Value Destruction; Chapter 8: Model-Based Workshops; Model-Based Workshops; Workshop Benefits in Summary; Workshop Focus and Deliverables; Case Study; Chapter 9: Running a Workshop; Process Details of Model-Based Workshops

Roles in a Model-Based WorkshopChallenging Personalities in a Model-Based Workshop; Workshop Antipatterns; Case Study; Chapter 10: Business Model Analysis; Acquisition Analysis; Chapter 11: Business Simulation; Simulating a Business Motivation Model; Validating a Simulation; Simulation and Standards; Chapter 12: Executing a Business Model; Packaged Execution; Direct Execution; Executing Business Rules; Executing Business Processes; Business Activity Monitoring; The Future of Business Modeling; Bibliography; Index

As business modeling becomes mainstream, every year more and more companies and government agencies are creating models of their businesses. But creating good business models is not a simple endeavor. Business modeling requires new skills. Written by two business modeling experts, this book shows you how to make your business modeling efforts successful. It provides in-depth coverage of each of the four distinct business modeling disciplines, helping you master them all and understand how to effectively combine them. It also details best practices for working with subject matter expert