Monday, June 22
VEnMo 2020
# Workshop - VEnMo
Monday, June 22
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Description

Zoom live stream: https://tinyurl.com/cbi2020-venmo

Subsessions

Monday, June 22
10:00 am - 10:20 am
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Description

Nowadays, education is called upon to fulfill its mission in complex and fast-changing environments. According to the OECD, globalization, democracy issues, security risks, ageing societies and modern cultures are the global mega-trends affecting the way education deploys its functions. Enterprise Architecture (EA), as a key enabler of strategy formulation and business-IT alignment, could play a central role in helping ministries and educational organizations develop their full IT strategy and gain a competitive advantage. In this perspective, a systematic EA mapping study was conducted on major research databases, academic journals and conference proceedings, in order to identify the major approaches and challenges of EA in the education domain. A total amount of 60 articles from the past 10 years were found and analyzed (e.g. the EA lifecycle phase of each initiative). Our analysis reveals that most research focuses on the development of EA for Higher Education Institutions, while the primary, secondary education and lifelong learning are almost ignored. A notable research gap is also uncovered, namely, the small number of articles focusing on EA implementation and assessment even in the educational systems of countries considered pioneers in the field.

https://conferences.computer.org/cbi/pdfs/CBI2020-6pAYl4A4TMms2tOFJPDyNF/992602a030/992602a030.pdf

Monday, June 22
10:20 am - 10:40 am
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Speakers

  • Lena Otto (Speaker) TU Dresden, Chair of Wirtschaftsinformatik, esp. Systems Development
  • Katja Bley (Speaker) PHD Student, Technische Universität Dresden
  • Lorenz Harst (Speaker) TU Dresden

Description

Maturity models are helpful tools to assess and improve the performance of processes, people or objects. While various guidelines supporting the design of these models exist, they mainly remain generic and lack individual guidance.

Furthermore, continuous evaluation remains neglected, even though it is the basis for developing rigorous design science artefacts. Based on an existing design-oriented maturity model development procedure and a framework for continuous evaluation, this paper proposes a detailed process model for future maturity model users and developers. Following the eight steps described in this process model aims to help design prescriptive and strongly evaluated maturity models. A case study is used to illustrate the procedure by developing a maturity model for communities using telemedicine following the proposed process model.

https://conferences.computer.org/cbi/pdfs/CBI2020-6pAYl4A4TMms2tOFJPDyNF/992602a040/992602a040.pdf

Monday, June 22
10:50 am - 11:10 am
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Considerable resources are wasted on projects that deliver few or no benefits. The main objective is to better understand the characteristics of projects that are successful in delivering good client benefits. We asked 71 Norwegian software professionals to report information about projects completed between 2016 and 2018. We found that both benefits management and agile practices have a significant relationship with perceived realisation of client benefits. This includes the benefits management practices of having a plan for benefits realisation, individuals with assigned responsibility for benefits realisation, benefits management during project execution, quantification of realised benefits, evaluation of realised benefits, re-estimation of benefits during project execution, and the agile practices of a flexible scope and frequent deliveries to production. The software projects that were successful in delivering client benefits adopted benefits management and agile practices to a larger extent than the less successful ones. Future studies are required to establish more comprehensive understanding of what distinguishes projects that deliver good client benefits from the rest, including studies of the realisation of client benefits in agile software projects.

https://conferences.computer.org/cbi/pdfs/CBI2020-6pAYl4A4TMms2tOFJPDyNF/992602a048/992602a048.pdf

Monday, June 22
11:10 am - 11:30 am
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Enterprise coherence governance supports enterprises to stay more coherent under dynamic circumstances. A metric for enterprise coherence would support governance and understanding correlations between coherence and enterprise’s performance and/or viability. The eECA tool that is associated with the General Enterprise Architecting (GEA) framework for enterprise coherence governance has the ability to measure enterprise coherence governance. Metrics for enterprise coherence itself were not found in literature. In this paper, the GEA C-index is proposed as a tool to measure enterprise coherence. First measurements conducted with the tool strengthens the hypothesis that coherence within enterprises is unsatisfactory on average, especially at the design level of the organization. This paper aims to contribute to metrics and quantitative approaches to assess the quality of enterprise related models.

https://conferences.computer.org/cbi/pdfs/CBI2020-6pAYl4A4TMms2tOFJPDyNF/992602a057/992602a057.pdf

Monday, June 22
11:30 am - 11:50 am
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Speakers

  • Soren Kavosi (Speaker) Consultant, Ferrologic
  • Simon Hacks (Speaker) KTH Royal Institute of Technology
  • Robert Lagerström (Speaker) Associate Professor (universitetslektor), KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Description

Business improvement frameworks are of high importance in today’s continuously changing market as organizations strive to stay competitive. There are many different frameworks, with this work focusing on Business Process Management (BPM). The implementations of BPM in Swedish industry will be analyzed in relation to its conceptualization to see how it differs and why.


https://conferences.computer.org/cbi/pdfs/CBI2020-6pAYl4A4TMms2tOFJPDyNF/992602a065/992602a065.pdf

We took a look at implementation case studies and conducted a focus group interview with experts situated in Sweden. The results of this study show that there are some common factors regarding BPM applied for business improvement found in the industry cases that are also highlighted by the experts and conceptualization. For instance, importance of process ownership, visualization and flow, right behavior and culture, abstraction levels and domains.

Monday, June 22
11:50 am - 12:00 pm

Speakers

Description

Zoom live stream: https://tinyurl.com/cbi2020-venmo

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