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G. ” Examples of what they mean are provided in Kanyaru et al. com. This appears to be a shoot-fromthe-hip or flying-blind strategy that most businesses try to avoid, except in sales. A sales strategy is not a business strategy. Jeary et al. propose the use of BPMN in the CIM layer as a means of formalizing the ‘scrap book’ scenarios in their preCIM. Though a business process should achieve a business goal and a collection 2 An Ontology-Based Approach for Supporting Business-IT Alignment 31 of processes should achieve a collection of business goals, there is no mention of a business goal model or, as we propose, a strategic business model that is an integrated framework of strategic, business and user goals and requirements within a business and project context.
Have recognized the shortfall in MDA and have proposed useful solutions to those. However, they do not formally model a business strategy nor a business context, and these are not integrated. It is unclear how pre-CIM could model a change in a business strategy and demonstrate its impact upon a specification for the system. 4 Objectives and Contributions The B-SCP framework defines a mapping of system requirements against strategic business objectives. ’s previous research by precisely defining the semantics for each link in the mapping from VMOST to the BMM model, shown in Fig.
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Complex Intelligent Systems and Their Applications by Thomas Moser, Richard Mordinyi (auth.), Fatos Xhafa, Leonard Barolli, Petraq J. Papajorgji (eds.)