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Research visit at the University of Vienna

Last week, I found myself in Vienna invited by Prof. Dimitris Karagiannis, head of the Knowledge and Business Engineering Research Group at the University of Vienna. During my stay there I had the chance to learn more about the OpenModels … Continue reading

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Case Studies and Grounded Theory in SE

I stumbled upon a post of Neil Ernst (Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of British Columbia) with interesting thoughts on Case Studies and Grounded Theory in Software Engineering. In software development, many advances (by which I mean “better ways … Continue reading

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Paper accepted at iStar 2011

Modeling Strategy Maps and Balanced Scorecards using iStar Giannoulis C. & Zdravkovic J. Aligning business strategy to enterprise models requires explicit models from both areas, mapped to each other. Mapping existingbusiness strategy definition approaches to requirement engineering practices improves strategy … Continue reading

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3 papers presented: RCIS2011, BIS2011, BUSITAL2011

RCIS 2011 Modeling Business Strategy: A meta-model of Strategy Maps and Balanced Scorecards Giannoulis C., Petit M., Zdravkovic J. Business strategy is aimed to support the vision of anenterprise, by paving the way to achieve it through goals thatdirect the strategy’s execution. … Continue reading

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1st DSV-PhD Workshop on Computer and Systems Sciences

Last Friday, November 27th, 2009, DSV’s Director of Postgraduate Studies, Anne Håkansson, and the DSV PhD Student Board (phds.dsv.su.se), hosted the 1st DSV-PhD Workshop on Computer and Systems Sciences.

The main objective was to bring together all PhD students wi… Continue reading

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Lunch seminar on Design Science

Today I had the chance to share with colleagues at SYSLAB my experience of the ERCIS Design Science summer school, which I attended at the end of August (ercis-phd-summer-school-design). I covered key points from literature int… Continue reading

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ERCIS PhD Summer School “Design Science”

Last week I attended the 1st PhD summer school on”Design Science” organized by the European Research Center for Information Systems (ERCIS) on a sailing boat in the Netherlands.

Along with another 12 PhD students and the two chairs of the summer school, Prof. Karlheinz Kautz (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark) and Dr.Dr. Björn Niehaves (ERCIS, U… Continue reading

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REVVA 2 presentation

As a member of the technical team representing the Swedish Defense Research Agency (FOI), Today, I had the opportunity to present the outcome of the work done within the REVVA 2 consortium. Under the auspices of the Simu

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