Enterprise Modeling in an Agile World
As the pace of business increases, the speed at which enterprise models must be delivered increases accordingly. Enterprise modelers cannot spend years in an attic developing perfect models, but must deliver models that are useful in time to be used. In this paper I will take a look at the experiences we have with enterprise modeling in Statoil, a global oil company headquartered in Norway.
KeywordsEnterprise modeling Agile PoEM2011
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