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  • 1. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17/06/2013FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONDevelopment of Software Tool Supportfor Enterprise Architecture in Small andMedium-Sized EnterprisesMaxime Bernaert, Joost DumeezPromoter: Prof. Dr. Geert Poels (Ghent University), Prof. Dr. MoniqueSnoeck (K.U. Leuven), Prof. Dr. Manu De Backer (Antwerp University)
  • 2. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17/06/2013FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONDraw your house
  • 3. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17/06/2013FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  • 4. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17/06/2013FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  • 5. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17/06/2013FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  • 6. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17/06/2013FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONDraw your company
  • 7. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17/06/2013FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  • 8. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17/06/2013FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  • 9. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17/06/2013FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONEnterprise Architecture
  • 10. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17/06/2013FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONEnterprise Architecture
  • 11. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels11Enterprise ArchitectureEnterprise Architecture (EA)1: a holisticapproach to keep things aligned in a company(IT - business, operations - strategy)Holistic overview: Optimization of the company as a whole(essentials are more stable than specific solutions) Strategy --> Operations Understood by all those involved1Lankhorst M (2009) Enterprise Architecture at Work: Modelling, Communication and Analysis.Springer-Verlag, New York
  • 12. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels12Enterprise ArchitectureSome advantages: Common architecture from multiple stakeholders Overview with different viewpoints Testing environment Analysis and optimization Change impact analysis Find best-fitted ERP system
  • 13. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels13Enterprise Architecture for SMEsSmall and Medium-Sized Enterprises2 European definition• <= 250 employees• Annual turnover <= 50 million euros or total assets <=43 million euros2European Commission (2003) Recommendation 2003/361/EC: SME Definition. Official Journal ofthe European Union 46 (L 124) (6)
  • 14. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels14Enterprise Architecture for SMEsSmall and Medium-Sized Enterprises Important for economy3• 20.8 million SMEs in Europe (99.8% of all companies)• 19.2 million micro enterprises (<= 10employees, turnover <= 2 million euros or total assets<= 2 million euros)• 70% of European jobs, 58.4% of gross production3European Commission (2010) Are EU SMEs Recovering from the Crisis? Annual Report on EUSmall and Medium Sized Enterprises 2011
  • 15. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels15Enterprise Architecture for SMEsResearch stepsSmall and medium-sized enterprisesEnterprise architectureCase studiesCHOOSE metamodelTool supportRequirementsCHOOSE methodCriteria for toolsEvaluation
  • 16. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels16Enterprise Architecture for SMEsResearch stepsSmall and medium-sized enterprisesEnterprise architectureCase studiesCHOOSE metamodelTool supportRequirementsCHOOSE methodCriteria for toolsEvaluation
  • 17. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels17Enterprise Architecture for SMEsEA for SMEs??? Not known in SMEs Not used in SMEs Adoption models
  • 18. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels18Adoption ModelsMethod Evaluation Model
  • 19. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels19Enterprise Architecture for SMEsEA for SMEs??? Increase the perceived usefulness• Increase actual effectiveness• Advantages for SMEs in practice Increase the perceived ease of use• Adapt methods to an SME context (in practice)• Complexity10 (= 1/actual efficiency) must be decreased From actual to perceived efficacy• Test in SMEs: feedback + EA gets better known10Rogers EM, Shoemaker FF (1971) Communication of Innovations: A Cross-Cultural Approach.The Free Press, New York
  • 20. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels20Enterprise Architecture for SMEsResearch stepsSmall and medium-sized enterprisesEnterprise architectureCase studiesCHOOSE metamodelTool supportRequirementsCHOOSE methodCriteria for toolsEvaluation
  • 21. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels21Enterprise Architecture for SMEsResearch stepsSmall and medium-sized enterprisesEnterprise architectureCase studiesCHOOSE metamodelTool supportRequirementsCHOOSE methodCriteria for toolsEvaluation
  • 22. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels22Enterprise Architecture for SMEs
  • 23. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels23Enterprise Architecture for SMEsFive criteria for EA (derived from definition)1. Control: “Controlling the complexity of the enterprise.”2. Holistic Overview: “EA has to capture the essentials ofthe enterprise (more stable).”3. Objectives: “Translation from corporate strategy to dailyoperations.”4. Suitable for its target audience (here: SMEs):“Understood by all those involved.”5. Enterprise: “Optimization of the company as a wholeinstead of doing local optimization within individualdomains.”
  • 24. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels24Enterprise Architecture for SMEsFive criteria for EA (derived from definition)1. Control: “Controlling the complexity of the enterprise.”2. Holistic Overview: “EA has to capture the essentials ofthe enterprise (more stable).”3. Objectives: “Translation from corporate strategy to dailyoperations.”4. Suitable for its target audience (here: SMEs):“Understood by all those involved.” (Simple)5. Enterprise: “Optimization of the company as a wholeinstead of doing local optimization within individualdomains.”
  • 25. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels25Enterprise Architecture for SMEsExisting EA techniques
  • 26. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels26mentioned. In the strategy-operations column, a minus indicates that a translation from strategy(business or IT) to operations (organizational or IT) is not clearly supported.Table 1 Analysis of EA frameworksWHAT HOW WHERE WHO WHEN WHYBUSINESSISITSTRATEGY-OPERATIONSZachman What How Where Who When Why B/IS/IT +TOGAFData entity,...Process, ...InfrastructureextensionOrganization unit,actor, role, ...Event, ...MotivationextensionB/IS/IT +ArchiMate Information Behavior Network, ... Structure Event, ... Motivation B/IS/IT +DoDAF Resource Activity Location Performer - Capability Blend +CARP Resource Activity - Performer - Capability B +IAF Object Activity Interaction Actor, role, ... Event Why, goal, ... B/IS/IT +E2AFBusinessobjects,resources, ...Businessactivities,...With who?Organizationstructure, actors,...When? Why? B/IS/IT +FEA: FEAF Objects, ...Businessprocess, ...Businesslocations, ...- - - IS/IT -FEA: TEAFInformation,...Businessprocess, ...Informationexchange, ...Organizationchart, ...Event, ...Mission, vision,...B/IS/IT +GEAM - - - - -RequirementsvisionB/IS/IT +ARISInput, output,...Function -Organizationalunit, ...Event Goal Blend +-(BMM) -(Businessprocess) -(Organizationunit) - End B +DYAProduct,data, ...Process Network Organization, ... -BusinessobjectivesB/IS/IT +Enterprisemodelling /EKDConceptsmodelBusinessprocessmodel-Actors andresources model- Goals model B/IS +REA Resource Event - Agent - Goals B -SEAM - - - - - Strategies B/IS +LEAP Object Operation - Object Condition OCL constraint B/IS/IT -Enterprise Architecture for SMEs
  • 27. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels27Enterprise Architecture for SMEsCHOOSE metamodel
  • 28. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels28CHOOSE Full Metamodel
  • 29. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels29CHOOSE Essential Metamodel
  • 30. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels30CHOOSE Goal Model Example
  • 31. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels31CHOOSE Actor Model Example
  • 32. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels32CHOOSE Operation Model Example
  • 33. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels33CHOOSE Object Model Example
  • 34. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels34CHOOSE Model Example
  • 35. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels35Enterprise Architecture for SMEsResearch stepsSmall and medium-sized enterprisesEnterprise architectureCase studiesCHOOSE metamodelTool supportRequirementsCHOOSE methodCriteria for toolsEvaluation
  • 36. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels36Enterprise Architecture for SMEsResearch stepsSmall and medium-sized enterprisesEnterprise architectureCase studiesCHOOSE metamodelTool supportRequirementsCHOOSE methodCriteria for toolsEvaluation
  • 37. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels37Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
  • 38. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels38Action Research: Profile Tyrecenter (3)Snapshot of the Goal tree
  • 39. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels39Action Research: Profile Tyrecenter (4)The CHOOSE-method
  • 40. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels40Enterprise Architecture for SMEsResearch stepsSmall and medium-sized enterprisesEnterprise architectureCase studiesCHOOSE metamodelTool supportRequirementsCHOOSE methodCriteria for toolsEvaluation
  • 41. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels41Enterprise Architecture for SMEsResearch stepsSmall and medium-sized enterprisesEnterprise architectureCase studiesCHOOSE metamodelTool supportRequirementsCHOOSE methodCriteria for toolsEvaluation
  • 42. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels42Tool support
  • 43. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels43Tool support
  • 44. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels44Problem identification: case studiesCase study evidence of the need for tool support
  • 45. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels45Tool support: case studiesCase study evidence of the need for toolsupport:InputStorageData retrievalData adjustmentsAnalyses
  • 46. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels46Tool support: Why on mobile devices
  • 47. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels47Tool support
  • 48. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels48Tool support“Drawing is no management” Drawings cannot be analyzed (constraints, …)Automated generation of adequatevisualization
  • 49. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels49Tool support
  • 50. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels50Tool support
  • 51. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels51Goal-directed design
  • 52. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels52Tool supportFuture userCEO/manager of SME, timecontraints, knowledge constraints
  • 53. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels53Tool supportPersona: portrait of ideal userGather information of Research step in onemodelUnexperienced CEO/manager of SME Technology & EA dummy Simple, while offering value (overview of SME)
  • 54. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels54Tool supportExtract persona’s needs/requirements11 Requirements for EA and SMEsData requirements SME overview, focused view, Excel/PowerpointFunctional requirements Fit busy schedule of manager
  • 55. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels55Tool supportPlatform (mobile, screen size)Define data and functional elements (cf.requirements)Define application flow
  • 56. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels57Tool support Platform (mobile, screen size) Define data and functional elements (cf.requirements) Define application flowInteraction design principles Simplicity, familiarity, safety, availability, flexibility,…
  • 57. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels58Simplicity, Less is MoreMore or Less Information?
  • 58. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels60Simplicity, Less is MoreMore or Less Information? People can only process a limited amount ofinformation
  • 59. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels61Simplicity, Less is MoreMore or Less Features?
  • 60. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels63Simplicity, Less is MoreMore or Less Features? Features sell better However, if users were able to first test, productwith better usability > with more features
  • 61. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels64Simplicity, Less is MoreMore or Less Choice?
  • 62. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels66Simplicity, Less is MoreMore or Less Choice? Higher sales revenues when offering a handful ofoptions People were more satisfied with what they bought
  • 63. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels67FamiliarityInstead of the up button, two hierarchic layers in an OSX style are shown. This makes easy navigationpossible between two layers, while maintaining easy access to other layers with the clickable file path.The color-coded picture gives a graphical explanation of the combined design elements (see Fig. 27).f the up button, two hierarchic layers in an OSX style are shown. This makes easy navigationbetween two layers, while maintaining easy access to other layers with the clickable file path.-coded picture gives a graphical explanation of the combined design elements (see Fig. 27).
  • 64. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels68Safety
  • 65. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels69Availabilityfurthermore reduce cognitive overload. Please note for example that during the CHOOSE guide, someelements can already be added. When going to the actual models, several goals/ actors/ operations/objects can already be seen. Now the user does not start from a blank canvas.
  • 66. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels70Flexibility
  • 67. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels71Beginners, Experts and IntermediatesNine page introductory guide
  • 68. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels72Tool supportVisualization (graphical representations)Attract attention(contrast, …)
  • 69. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels73Tool supportVisualization (graphical representations)Attract attention(contrast, …)ContentVisual simplicity
  • 70. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels74Tool outline: Android Tablet
  • 71. No outside help is needed (quickly explanation: availability & safety criterion)
  • 72. Playful start screen: appeal to work when free time (SME criterion)
  • 73. Steps in chewable chuncks (simplicity criterion)
  • 74. File explorer from Windows is mimicked (Familiarity criterion) + focus view
  • 75. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels96EvaluationCEO of a consultancy company withapproximately 30 employees across threedifferent countriesUsability test: while they perform certainprescribed tasks, the user is asked to thinkaloudWhere is the most added value?
  • 76. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels97EvaluationAdded value became apparent when webrainstormed about different ways of outputthat could be extracted from the application: Goal sheets for individual employees with theirtargets and projects for the following year Printout of critical goals with targets and metrics Constructing a tactical plan where all projects areappointed to the six focus points of their company
  • 77. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels98EvaluationEspecially in thinking about this output, thepower of the model became clear. Withfurther fine-tuning of the application and themodel, it could be something that could reallyadd value according to the CEO.
  • 78. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels99CHOOSE Metamodel Constraints
  • 79. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels100Questions
  • 80. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels101Past Work Integrating the Semantics of Events, Processes and Tasks across Requirements EngineeringLayersBernaert M, Poels G, PhD Day FEB UGent 2010, May 28th, Ghent A Consolidated Enterprise Reference Model: Integrating McCarthys and Hrubys Resource-Event-Agent Reference ModelsLaurier W, Bernaert M, Poels G, 2010. ICEIS (3), pp. 159-164 Integrating the Semantics of Events, Processes and Tasks across Requirements EngineeringLayersBernaert M, Poels G, 2010. Proceedings of the CAiSE DoctoralConsortium, Hammamet, Tunisia, 2010, pp. 11-19 The Quest for Know-How, Know-Why, Know-What and Know-Who: Using KAOS for EnterpriseModellingBernaert M, Poels G, PhD Day FEB UGent 2011, May 24th, Ghent Het Realiseren van een Globaal Procesoverzicht bij Gedecentraliseerde ProcesarchitecturenVancaeneghem T, Bernaert M, Poels G (2011), Thesis
  • 81. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels102Past Work The Quest for Know-How, Know-Why, Know-What and Know-Who: Using KAOS for EnterpriseModelingBernaert M, Poels G, 2011. 6th International Workshop on Business/IT Alignment andInteroperability (BUSITAL), London, UK, 2011. In: Lecture Notes in Business InformationProcessing 83: 29-40 The Quest for Know-How, Know-Why, Know-What and Know-Who: Using KAOS for EnterpriseModellingBernaert M, Poels G, 2011, Proceedings of the 6th SIKS Conference on Enterprise InformationSystems, pp. 15 - 16, Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (EIS2011) (Delft (TheNetherlands)) De Zoektocht naar Know-How, Know-Why, Know-What en Know-Who: Architectuur voorKleinere Bedrijven in Vier DimensiesBernaert M, 2011, Informatie (Amsterdam), November nummer, 34-41 Review: A How-To Guide to Successful Enterprise Architecture: The Strategic Fit betweenBusiness and ITBentham Science Publishers, 2012 Enterprise Architecture for Small and Medium Sized EnterprisesBernaert M, Poels G, PhD Day FEB UGent 2012, May 25th, Ghent
  • 82. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels103Past Work Keuzes Maken binnen Processen: Het Vermijden van een Russische Roulette voor deOrganisatiesHeyse M, Bernaert M, Poels G (2012), Thesis Van Strategie tot Procesmodellering in Kleine en Middelgrote Organisaties: Een ExploratiefOnderzoekDe Nil S, Deprost E, Bernaert M, Poels G (2012), Thesis Enterprise Architecture for Small and Medium Sized EnterprisesBernaert M, 2012, In: Poels G, Gailly F, De Backer M (eds) Doctoral Consortium of the 6thInternational Conference on Research and Practical Issues of Enterprise Information Systems(CONFENIS 2012), Ghent, Belgium Enterprise Architecture for Small and Medium-Sized EnterprisesBernaert M, Poels G, 2011, Proceedings of the 7th SIKS Conference on Enterprise InformationSystems (EIS2012) (Nieuwegein (The Netherlands)) Development of a Common Base for Enterprise Architecture: Building the Bridge BetweenCHOOSE and ArchiMateRoose D, Vansteenlandt J, Bernaert M, Poels G (2012), Thesis
  • 83. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels104Past Work Enterprise Architecture for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: A Starting Point for BringingEA to SMEs, Based on Adoption ModelsBernaert M, Poels G, Snoeck M, De Backer M, 2013, Information Systems and Small andMedium-sized Enterprises (SMEs): State of art of IS research in SMEs Software Tool Support voor Enterprise Architectuur in Kleine en MiddelgroteOndernemingen: EASEIngelbeen D, Bernaert M, 2013, Informatie (Amsterdam) Development of Software Tool Support for Enterprise Architecture in Small and Medium-Sized EnterprisesDumeez J, Bernaert M, Poels G, 2013. 8th International Workshop on Business/IT Alignmentand Interoperability (BUSITAL), Valencia, Spain, 2013. In: Lecture Notes in BusinessInformation Processing Enterprise Architecture Software Tool Support for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: EASEIngelbeen D, Bernaert M, 2013. 19th Americas Conference on Information Systems(AMCIS), Chicago, USA
  • 84. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels105Past Work CHOOSE: Towards a Metamodel for Enterprise Architecture in Small and Medium-SizedEnterprisesBernaert M, Poels G, Snoeck M, De Backer M, 2013, Submitted to Information SystemsFrontiers Enterprise Architecture Modelling for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Case StudyResearch to Refine and Evaluate the CHOOSE Method and MetamodelBernaert M, Callaert M, Poels G, Snoeck M, De Backer M, 2013, Submitted to EnterpriseInformation Systems Softwareondersteuning voor een Enterprise Architectuur in Access en JavaIngelbeen D, Bernaert M, Poels G (2013), Thesis Business Architecture Modelling in CHOOSE: A Visual Application for Android TabletsMaes J, Bernaert M, Poels G (2013), Thesis Next Generation Media: A User-Friendly Android Tablet Application for Business ArchitectureModellingDumeez J, Bernaert M, Poels G (2013), Thesis Business Architectuur Modellering in KMO’s: Case Study Onderzoek ter Verfijning en Validatievan de CHOOSE Methode en MetamodelCallaert M, Bernaert M, Poels G (2013), Thesis
  • 85. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels106Past Work Business Architectuur Modellering in CHOOSE: Een Gebruiksvriendelijke Applicatie voor deiPhonePuylaert O, Bernaert M, Poels G (2013), Thesis Development of a Tool for Business Architecture Modeling in EclipseZutterman S, Bernaert M, Poels G (2013), Thesis Next Generation Media: A User-Friendly iPad Application for Business Architecture ModellingOtte M, Bernaert M, Poels G (2013), Thesis
  • 86. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels107In Progress Business Architectuur Modellering in CHOOSE: Een Gebruiksvriendelijke Applicatie Aangepastaan de User Interface van de iPadVerhulst P, Bernaert M, Poels G (2013), Thesis The Development of an Optimal Visualisation for Enterprise Architecture (ArchiMate)Paesschesoone J, Bernaert M, Poels G (2014), Thesis The Development of an Optimal Visualisation for Enterprise Architecture (CHOOSE)Boone S, Bernaert M, Poels G (2014), Thesis Evaluating Enterprise Architecture Techniques Based on the Rule of 7Morina A, Bernaert M, Poels G (2014), Thesis A Performance Management System for the CHOOSE Method for Enterprise Architecture forSmall and Medium-Sized EnterprisesMoons L, Bernaert M, Poels G (2014), Thesis The Development of a Domain Ontology for Enterprise ArchitectureCarron S, Bernaert M, Poels G (2014), Thesis From Strategy to Process Modeling in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Flanders: ALarge Scale Quantitative ResearchPiens S, Bernaert M, Poels G (2014), Thesis
  • 87. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels108CHOOSE Metamodel Academics
  • 88. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels109Case study research: academics
  • 89. Ghent University, Faculty of Economics and Business AdministrationDepartment of Management Information Science and Operations ManagementMaxime Bernaert, Joost Dumeez, and Geert Poels110Case study research: academics