Co-Engineering Applications and Adaptive Business Technologies in Practice: Enterprise Service Ontologies, Models, and Frameworks: Enterprise Service Ontologies, Models, and Frameworks
IGI Global, Mar 31, 2009 - Computers - 426 pages
Service organizations and enterprises have the dual challenge of embracing externally-driven variation while simultaneously evolving the enabling of information technology operations and systems. The co-engineering method provides a powerful tool for interdisciplinary decision-making necessary for managing complex interactions between layers of external and enabling services.
Co-Engineering Applications and Adaptive Business Technologies in Practice: Enterprise Service Ontologies, Models, and Frameworks provides knowledge that forms the basis for successful co-engineering of the adaptive complex enterprise for services delivery. Intended for practicing professionals, advanced students, and academicians, this book enables understanding of the deeper issues and challenges in applying IT to solve business problems.
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Characterization ofService Orientation andthe Adaptive ComplexEnterprise
Ontology ModelingCoEngineering PrinciplesWork Products
Governance andConceptual Logical andInstalled ArchitectureAlignment Using WorkProducts and Workflow
EA Knowledge for ACEDeployment
Strategic Improvement ofNonRoutine Servicesa
CoEngineering BusinessNeed and IT Services