A Meta-Methodology for Collaborative Networked Organisations: Creating Directly Applicable Methods for Enterprise Engineering Projects

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Title A Meta-Methodology for Collaborative Networked Organisations: Creating Directly Applicable Methods for Enterprise Engineering Projects
Author Noran, Ovidiu Sever
Year Published 2008
Place of publication Germany
Publisher VDM Verlag
Abstract In the current global market, organizations worldwide often need to come together in order to bid for and execute projects whose requirements go beyond their individual competencies. Collaborative Networked Organisations (CNO) are known to offer an advantage in a competitive situation by capitalising on the overall pool of knowledge owned by the network participants. Business ecosystems, breeding environments and company networks can enable a prompt formation of CNOs e.g. by using reference models for design and operation. Unfortunately, such reference models are often rather generic and thus must be first specialised for the particular enterprise engineering task, which requires extensive user expertise in those reference models. The applied research described in this book has attempted to address this problem by studying the feasibility and the architectural design of a step-by-step meta-methodology. i.e., a method on how to create methods directly applicable to the design and operation of CNOs and their Breeding Environments based rather on the business context knowledge of the user. The research is spread over several case studies covering manufacturing and tertiary education.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Publisher URI http://www.vdm-publishing.com/
Alternative URI http://books.google.com/
ISBN 978-3-639-00261-4
Date Accessioned 2008-07-03
Date Available 2011-05-04T09:52:18Z
Language en_AU
Research Centre Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems
Faculty Faculty of Science, Environment, Engineering and Technology
Subject PRE2009-Business and Management; PRE2009-Other Information, Computing and Communication Sciences
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10072/36380
Publication Type Books (Authored Research)
Publication Type Code a1

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