Call for papers

About PoEM

PoEM 2013 is the 6th IFIP WG 8.1 working conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modeling.

PoEM 2013 aims at improving the understanding of the practice of Enterprise Modelling (EM) by offering a forum for sharing experiences and knowledge between the academic community and practitioners from industry and the public sector.

The conference proceedings will be published by Springer (in LNBIP - Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing). Short and practitioner papers will be published in additional proceedings by CEUR-Press.

Topics

Topics relevant for submission, but are not limited to, are:

  • Enterprise modelling theory
  • Enterprise modelling practice and case studies
  • Enterprise modelling tools
  • Agile enterprise modelling
  • Enterprise modelling for information systems development
  • Knowledge management and enterprise modelling
  • Quality, validation, and quantitative analysis of enterprise models

To accommodate numerous requests by the authors the paper submission deadline is extended till July 12, 2013.

Call for papers in PDF

Types of papers

Research papers describe original research contributions to the area
of EM.

Experience papers present problems or challenges encountered in
practice, relate success and failure stories, or report on
industrial cases and practices.

Practitioner papers may address any aspect of EM or enterprise
architectures relevant from a practitioners point of view. These
papers have a specific review procedure.
 
Short papers can be used to present work in progress and emerging EM
challenges. That includes presentation of ongoing thesis or
research work by PhD or Master students.

Characteristics of research, experience and practitioner papers

Research papers

Experience papers

Practitioner papers

  • Original scientific contribution
  • Comprehensive state-of-art
  • Scientific method
  • Improves understanding of enterprise modelling
  • Comprehensive state-of-art
  • Field research and usage of empirical methods
  • Generalized results
  • Presentation of a particular practical challenge and a solution used
  • Special feature!

The practitioner papers are 4 to 10 pages long. The main sections of the practitioner papers are:

  • Background
  • Story
  • Analysis and comments
  • Lessons learned

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