PoEM 2013 | CALL FOR PRACTITIONER PAPERS

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PoEM 2013 is the 6th IFIP WG 8.1 working conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modeling. …

PoEM 2013 is the 6th IFIP WG 8.1 working conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modeling.

PoEM 2013 aims at improving the understanding of the practice of Enterprise Modelling (EM) by offering a forum for sharing experiences and knowledge between the academic community and practitioners from industry and the public sector.

The conference proceedings will be published by Springer (in LNBIP - Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing). Short and practitioner papers are planned to be published in additional proceedings by CEUR-Press.

The conference expects the following types of papers:

Research papers- describe original research contributions to the area of EM.

Experience papers - present problems or challenges encountered in practice, relate success and failure stories, or report on industrial cases and practices.

Practitioner papers - may address any aspect of EM or enterprise architectures relevant from a practitioners point of view. These papers have a specific review procedure.

Short papers - can be used to present work in progress and emerging EM challenges. That includes presentation of ongoing thesis or re-search work by PhD or Master students.

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  • 1. Practice of EnterpriseModellingCall for Practitioner papers
  • 2. About PoEM• Organized under auspices of«International Federation for InformationProcessing»• Takes place for the sixth time• 50% academic, 50% practice• On average <50 participants from 15countries
  • 3. SchedulePaper Submission Deadline – June 30, 2013Acceptance notification – August 16, 2013November 5, 2013Co-located event “2nd International Business and System Conference"Presentations by tool vendors (TBC)Welcome Get TogetherNovember 6, 2013Keynote by Baiba Apine, Dr. comp., CISA, Senior Management, PwC, A New Contract between Business and BusinessAnalystsConference sessionsEnterprise modelling practice session “Enterprise Architecture Management – How to assess the capabilities of anorganization?” by Kurt Sandkuhl (University of Rostock)November 7, 2013Keynote by Jose Perez Rios, Prof., University of Valladolid, Designing Intelligent Enterprises with the Viable SystemsApproachConference sessions
  • 4. Tēmas• Enterprise modelling theory• Enterprise modelling practice and case studies• Enterprise modelling tools• Agile enterprise modelling• Enterprise modelling for information systemsdevelopment• Knowledge management and enterprise modelling• Quality, validation, and quantitative analysis ofenterprise models
  • 5. Enterprise Modelling• Enterprise Modelling (EM) is an activitywhere an integrated and negotiatedmodel describing different aspects of anenterprise is created– An Enterprise Model comprises a number ofrelated “sub-models”, each focusing on aparticular aspect of an organisation• E.g., processes, business rules,concepts/information/data, goals, and actors
  • 6. Enterprise Modelling andBusiness AnalysisEnterprise ModellingBusiness AnalysisDeliverablesAS-ISmodelTO-BEmodel
  • 7. Types of Papers• Research papers– Describe original research contributions to the area of EM• Experience papers– Present problems or challenges encountered in practice,relate success and failure stories, or report on industrialcases and practices• Practitioner papers– Address any aspect of EM or enterprise architecturesrelevant from a practitioners point of view. These papershave a specific review procedure• Short papers– Present work in progress and emerging EM challenges.That includes presentation of ongoing thesis or researchwork by PhD or Master students
  • 8. Types of PapersResearch papers Experience papers Practitioner papers• New scientificcontribution• Comprehensivestate-of-art• Scientific method• Improves understandingof enterprise modelling• Comprehensive state-of-art• Field research andusage ofempirical methods• Generalized results• Presentation of aparticular practicalchallenge and asolution used• Special feature!
  • 9. Practitioner Papers• Background• Story• Analysis and discussion– Including models• Lessons learned• References
  • 10. http://poem2013.rtu.lvJānis GrabisDITF Informācijas tehnoloģijasinstitūtsRīgas Tehniskā universitāteKaļķu 1, Rīga, LV-1658, Latviagrabis@rtu.lvTālruņa nr: +371-67089594Mob. tālruņa nr.: +371-28335881Mārīte KirikovaDITFRīgas Tehniskā universitāteKaļķu 1, Rīga, LV-1658, Latviamarite.kirikova@rtu.lvTālruņa nr: +371-67089582