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Enterprise Unified Process, The: Extending the Rational Unified Process by John Nalbone, Michael J. Vizdos, Scott W. Ambler

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Chapter 7. The Enterprise Business Modeling Discipline

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  • Enterprise business models should provide high-level overviews, not onerous details.

  • Enterprise business modeling should occur on a regular basis throughout the life of your organization.

  • Enterprise business models explore the businesses processes, external environment, organization structure, and critical business entities pertinent to your organization.

  • Your enterprise stakeholders must be active participants in the development of your models.

  • Involve the actual stakeholders for your enterprise business models when you’re developing them to ensure that the models reflect their requirements.

Business modeling is an integral part of the RUP. The existing RUP business modeling discipline ...

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