Creating a Generic Extended Enterprise Management Model using GERAM

Presentation of the IMS/Globeman21 Project

Lars Bjørn Larsen, Carsten Kaas-Pedersen, Johan Vesterager

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    Abstract

    The two main themes of the Globeman21 (Global Manufacturing in the 21st century) project are product life cycle management and extended enterprise management. This article focus on the later of these subjects and an illustration of the concept is given together with a discussion of the concept of virtual enterprises. Through the introduction of GERAM (Generalised Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology) an initial version of a basic framework for extended enterprise management is introduced. This basic framework is the first step towards the creation of a generic extended enterprise management model. By working with GERAM in relation to extended enterprise management it has been found that it provides a useful background for organising knowledge, experience and the activities within the project
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationPreprints of the First International Symposium on Concurrent Enterprising
    Place of PublicationSinaia - Romania
    Publication date1998
    Pages45-55
    Publication statusPublished - 1998
    EventFirst International Symposium on Concurrent Enterprising - ISoCE'98 - Co-operation towards Competitiveness - Sinaia - Romania
    Duration: 1 Jan 1998 → …

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    ConferenceFirst International Symposium on Concurrent Enterprising - ISoCE'98 - Co-operation towards Competitiveness
    CitySinaia - Romania
    Period01/01/1998 → …

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    Larsen, L. B., Kaas-Pedersen, C., & Vesterager, J. (1998). Creating a Generic Extended Enterprise Management Model using GERAM: Presentation of the IMS/Globeman21 Project. In Preprints of the First International Symposium on Concurrent Enterprising (pp. 45-55). Sinaia - Romania.
    Larsen, Lars Bjørn ; Kaas-Pedersen, Carsten ; Vesterager, Johan. / Creating a Generic Extended Enterprise Management Model using GERAM : Presentation of the IMS/Globeman21 Project. Preprints of the First International Symposium on Concurrent Enterprising. Sinaia - Romania, 1998. pp. 45-55
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    Larsen LB, Kaas-Pedersen C, Vesterager J. Creating a Generic Extended Enterprise Management Model using GERAM: Presentation of the IMS/Globeman21 Project. In Preprints of the First International Symposium on Concurrent Enterprising. Sinaia - Romania. 1998. p. 45-55