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OVERVIEW OF THE LEADING PRACTICE ENTERPRISE & INDUSTRY STANDARDS The value of applying standards to increase the level of reusability, replication and standardization Contents What is LEADing Practice...
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OVERVIEW OF THE LEADING PRACTICE ENTERPRISE & INDUSTRY STANDARDS The value of applying standards to increase the level of reusability, replication and standardization Contents What is LEADing Practice... 4 What is the Global University Alliance... 6 Summary of how LEADing Practice was created... 8 Why we develop Enterprise Standards... 9 How we develop the Enterprise Standards... 9 Enterprise Standard Development Areas Enterprise Management Standards Enterprise Modelling Standards Enterprise Engineering Standards Enterprise Architecture Standards Enterprise Information & Technology Standards Enterprise Transformation & Innovation Standards The Industry User Groups Financials User Group & Industry Standard Committee Industrial User Group & Industry Standard Committee Consumer Goods User Group & Industry Standard Committee Consumer Services User Group & Industry Standard Committee Energy User Group & Industry Standard Committee Government User Group & Industry Standard Committee Healthcare User Group & Industry Standard Committee Utilities User Group & Industry Standard Committee Transportation User Group & Industry Standard Committee Information Technology User Group & Industry Standard Committee The possibility to cross use the Enterprise & Industry Standards Who do we coordinate and collaborate with w w w.leadingpractice.c om 2 What makes LEADing Practice Unique? How can I join? Become A Practitioner Join Our Enterprise Standards Join Our Industry User Group Become A Follower Become A Partner The Industry Standard & Enterprise Standards Board Copyright note on Intellectual Capital: All rights reserved Guidelines for LEAD community members using the IPR material Guidelines for non-lead community members using the IPR material General guidelines that apply for all LEAD IPR material w w w.leadingpractice.c om 3 What is LEADing Practice LEADing Practice is the #1 provider of Enterprise Standards - setting the agenda for 56 Industries with over 106 interconnected standards. Recognized as a paradigm shift by the global business, governmental and IT communities to empower through its Reference Content, a structured way of thinking, working, modeling and implementation - enabling organizations to innovate, transform, and deliver value. Acknowledged as a open standards concepts and adopted by most of the fortune 500 and public organizations and is integrated into software solutions such as SAP (ASAP Methodology), IBM Rational, IBM System Architect, igrafx and Software AG (Aris ). Today, LEADing Practice is the fastest growing open source standard development community, supported by the 2nd largest certified community of practitioners. The LEADing Practice Enterprise Standards are the result of years of international industry research and expert consensus on repeatable patterns that can be reused and replicated. The enterprise standards are packed as Reference Content and is both agnostic and vendor neutral. Designed to be tailored and implemented by any organization, both large and small, regardless of its various frameworks, methods, products/services or activities. The enterprise standards are developed in the following ways: Research and analyse what works, again and again (best practice), and what are unique practices applied by leading organizations (leading practices). Identify common and repeatable patterns which provide the basis for the LEADing Practice Enterprise Standards. Develop Reference Content that increase the level of re-usability and replication within the field of enterprise modeling, enterprise engineering and enterprise architecture. Extended with accelerators that adopt and reproduce the identified best practices and leading practices. Each of the 106 enterprise standards reference content is fully integrated with other standards reference content. Ensuring full integration and standardization when applying the reference content. Thereby having the ability to use reference content from strategy to competencies, processes, services as well as operational execution as a cross linkage throughout the Business, Technology and Application layers, which enables innovation and transformation. w w w.leadingpractice.c om 4 With the various accelerators within the reference content each organization can benefiting from experience of leading and best practices. Making it easier, less time consuming and cheaper to apply object descriptions, relations and rules to enable Enterprise Modelling, Enterprise Engineering and Enterprise Architecture. For more information: w w w.leadingpractice.c om 5 What is the Global University Alliance Founded in 2004, the Global University Alliance is a non-profit organization and international consortium of university lecturers and researchers whose aim it is to provide a collaborative platform for academic research, analysis and development and to explore leading practices, best practices as well as to develop missing practices. The Global University Alliance currently consists of +430 universities, lecturers and researchers from across the world and is growing rapidly in size and scope. The Global University Alliance aims to align intellectual resources across the academic world to: RESEARCH: Address research concerns and questions that span around enterprise ontology and thereby the enterprise concepts, design, functions, tasks, information handling and governance and the relationships between those concepts within enterprise modelling and enterprise architecture disciplines. UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM: Develop university curriculums for both Bachelor and Master level (existing BPM, SOA, Enterprise Architecture, Sustainability, Information Management and Project Management). DEVELOP STANDARDS: Package applied academic research and findings into frameworks, methods and approaches that can be used by industries and universities alike. COMMUNITY SHARING: Share and publish the findings either in publications or to this open standard community. The Global University Alliance (GUA) is an open group of academics with the ambition to provide both business and academia with state-of-the-art insights. Through its ties with the LEADing practice community, which includes large firms and governments, the GUA is able to evaluate and valorize its scientific output. Since 2004, the members of the GUA strive for a continuous improvement of their expertise through the research, comparison, analysis and development of Best and LEADing Practices in Business. Throughout this process, the GUA built its own implicit ontology that revolves around its expertise of Best and LEADing practices. As ontology formally represents knowledge as a set of concepts within a domain, and the relationships between those concepts, it can be used to model a domain and support reasoning about concepts. The Global University Alliance has used the concept of ontology as both a shared vocabulary and the very definition of its objects and concepts. In order to go the next steps and fully use the potential of its ontology. w w w.leadingpractice.c om 6 The basis for Ontology is the Enterprise Semantics. The term Semantics arises from Ancient Greek: σημαντικός sēmantikós and is originally about the study of meaning. The word semantics itself denotes a range of ideas and focuses on the relation between signifiers, symbols and objects. Semantics (or Semantic) is about making meaning from the objects using the best possible signifiers and symbols. It includes those signifiers and symbols used to describe the relationship between objects as this comparison further enhances their meaning. Enterprise Semantics is therefore the study of objects and symbols used to describe the enterprise, what they stand for, their underlying formal logics and their relationship and correlation. The formal study of semantics intersects with many other fields of inquiry, including: Enterprise Ontology the nature of something as well as the basic categories. Enterprise Pragmatics the sharing of meanings gathered from Enterprise Semantics across its diverse interpretations in practice, leading towards a universal truth whilst maintaining these wide-ranging interpretations and beliefs in the real world. Modelling Perspective- the impact of modelling and engineering as it most usefully aligns the relevant parts of the enterprise. Enterprise Philosophy considers the fundamental principles that underlie the formation and operation of a specific object (and thereby business/enterprise). For more information: w w w.leadingpractice.c om 7 Summary of how LEADing Practice was created In 2004, the first version of LEADing Practice (LEAD 1.0) Enterprise Standards where based on university research, analysis, comparison as well as work with companies. Continuing work through the university alliance on Enterprise Modelling, Enterprise Engineering and Enterprise Architecture research, analysis and concept comparison, resulted in the more standardized and principle based release of LEAD 2.0 (2009). The modelling principles captured in LEAD 2.0 created much interest with companies around the world as well as software vendors such as SAP AG, IBM, Software AG (IDS Scheer and ARIS), as well as igrafx whom are all incorporating aspects of this work into their methods and tools. Below is a short overview of the industry adoption LEAD is experiencing in recent years (a few highlights): 2010, the Official SAP book was published, using the LEAD modelling principles: Taylor, J, von Rosing, M., von Scheel, H., Rosenberg, A., Applying Real-World BPM in an SAP Environment, Issue Date: , Published by: SAP Press, ISBN: , Page(s): , LEAD modelling principles were presented at the IDS Scheer, ARIS Process World. 2011, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers published a paper based on the research and findings around combining BPM and Enterprise Architecture principles: Presten, T., Hove, M., von Rosing, M., Academic paper, Published by: IEEE Commerce and Enterprise Computing Page(s): 271:278, Issue Date: , the Global University Alliance collaborated with TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework) to develop the profession of a Business Architect; this included the process modelling, requirement management and architecture principles , SAP adapted the LEAD value, process, requirement management and application modelling principles into their SAP ASAP Method; providing SAP customers access to the LEAD Reference Content within their blueprint, implementation, maintenance, and upgrade methods and approaches : Software AG-IDS Scheer enhance their ARIS process and information modelling meta model, based on the LEADing Practice modelling and architecture concepts. Starting in 2012, the Government of Canada uses the LEAD Reference Content as well as the modelling and architecture concepts to guide the transformation of key organizations as well as to blueprint/implement SAP and Oracle ERP systems : LEADing Practice modelling and architecture concepts applied within the IBM Rational suite software, enabling advanced System Architecture modelling : igrafx builds the core LEADing Practice modelling and architecture concepts into their process flow, process modeler, performance reporting, and enterprise modeler software. 2013, LEGO Group wins the Gartner Group Award: Best BPM Transformation by leveraging the LEADing Practice principles. 2013: German Government receives the LEADing Practice award of the year based on their extraordinary Service Oriented and BPM automation using extended BPMN and business architecture principles. w w w.leadingpractice.c om 8 2014: the US Government joint the LEADing Practice community and they do joint development around the Alignment Unity Framework and Reference Content. 2014: Prof. August-Wilhelm Scheer the fathers of process modelling, BPM as well as ARIS, receives a Life Time Award from the Global University Alliance and LEAD Community. 2014, NATO, uses parts of the LEAD Reference Content within their underlying meta model concept. 2015: John A. Zachman the fathers of Enterprise Architecture thinking today joins the Board of LEADing Practice and Global University Alliance. The LEADing Practice community today consists of practitioners and has developed 106 different Enterprise Standards with detailed Reference Contents, we have 11 Industry User Group Committees and 56 different Sub-Industry User Groups that provide a global platform for executives, experts, academics, thought-leaders, practitioners and researchers to develop, use and apply Enterprise Standards and their reference content. Why we develop Enterprise Standards Simply said, the lack of existing Enterprise Standards in the areas of Business Management, Enterprise Modelling, Information & Technology, Enterprise Transformation, Enterprise Engineering and Enterprise Architecture has created the demand for such a community. Our analysis and research within the Global University Alliance, a group of +430 universities, academics and researchers has identified that the lack of repeatable standards has high costs, lack of innovation and business process inefficiencies. The need to develop reusable and replicable patterns that can be implemented by any organization, both large and small, regardless of its products/services or activities was therefore apparent. How we develop the Enterprise Standards The Enterprise Standards are the result of international industry experts and academic consensus. The standards are both agnostic and vendor neutral and are built on repeatable patterns that can be reused/replicated and thereby implemented by any organization, both large and small, regardless of its products/services or activities. All together describing the set of procedures an organization needs to follow in order to replicate the ability to identify, create and realize value in the specified area/subject. The Enterprise Standards have been developed in the following ways: Research and analyze Industry Best Practices & Leading Practices. Identifying common and repeatable patterns (the basis of our standards). Develop the Enterprise Standards that increase the level of re-usability and replication. Build Industry accelerators within the standards, enabling to adopt and reproduce the Best & Leading Practices. w w w.leadingpractice.c om 9 Enterprise Standard Development Areas We develop Enterprise Standards in the following 6 areas: 1. Enterprise Management Standards (#LEAD-ES10EMaS) 2. Enterprise Modelling Standards (#LEAD-ES20EMoS) 3. Enterprise Engineering Standards (#LEAD-ES30EES) 4. Enterprise Architecture Standards (#LEAD-ES40EAS) 5. Enterprise Information & Technology Standards (#LEAD-ES50EITS) 6. Enterprise Transformation & Innovation Standards (#LEAD-ES60ETIS) Today, over 3000 people in the above 6 areas has developed and worked with the 106 different Enterprise Standards and the 56 different Industry User Groups. Enterprise Management Standards Name: Reference Content # Strategy Management Reference Content Growth: Core Differentiating & Core Competitive Reference Content Value Management Reference Content Performance Management Reference Content Executive Communication & Story Telling Reference Content Control Management incl. Evaluation & Audit Reference Content Planning Management Reference Content Procurement Management Reference Content Human Resource Management Reference Content Production Management Reference Content Product Management Reference Content Marketing Management Reference Content Sales & Customer Service Management Reference Content Call Center Management Reference Content Supply Chain & Logistics Management Reference Content Compliance Management Reference Content Risk Management Reference Content Governance Reference Content Portfolio Management Reference Content Program Management Reference Content Project Management Reference Content Financial Management Reference Content Risk Ontology Reference Content Policy Reference Content Outsourcing Reference Content Contract Management Reference Content LEAD-ES10001PG LEAD-ES10002BC LEAD-ES10003PG LEAD-ES10004PG LEAD-ES10005EX LEAD-ES10006GO LEAD-ES10007BC LEAD-ES10008BC LEAD-ES10009BC LEAD-ES10010BC LEAD-ES10011BC LEAD-ES10012BC LEAD-ES10013BC LEAD-ES10014BC LEAD-ES10015BC LEAD-ES10016GO LEAD-ES10017AL LEAD-ES10018GO LEAD-ES10019AL LEAD-ES10020AL LEAD-ES10021AL LEAD-ES10022BC LEAD-ES10023ALL LEAD-ES10024PG LEAD-ES10025ALL LEAD-ES10026BC w w w.leadingpractice.c om 10 Policy Management Reference Content LEAD-ES10027PGBC Enterprise Modelling Standards Name: Reference Content # Ontology Reference Content LEAD-ES20000 Drivers & Forces (external/internal) Modelling Reference Content LEAD-ES20001PG Stakeholder Reference Content LEAD-ES20002EX Requirement Modelling Reference Content LEAD-ES20003PG Business Model Reference Content LEAD-ES20004BC Business Process Reference Content LEAD-ES20005BP Revenue Model Reference Content LEAD-ES20006BC Value Model Reference Content LEAD-ES20007BCPG Service Model Reference Content LEAD-ES20008BCBS Performance Model Reference Content LEAD-ES20009BCPG Operating Model Reference Content LEAD-ES20010BC Cost Model Reference Content LEAD-ES20011BCPG Role Modelling Reference Content LEAD-ES20012BC Competency Modelling Reference Content LEAD-ES20013BC Measurement Reference Content LEAD-ES20014PG Workflow Reference Content LEAD-ES20015AL Channel Reference Content LEAD-ES20016AL Capability Modelling Reference Content LEAD-ES20017AL Enterprise Sustainability Reference Content LEAD-ES20018AL Case Management Reference Content LEAD-ES20019AL Business Ontology Reference Content LEAD-ES20020ALL Meta Modelling Reference Content LEAD-ES20021ALL Value Chain Reference Content LEAD-ES20022PGBC Event Model Reference Content LEAD-ES20023ALL Enterprise Engineering Standards Name: Reference Content # Decomposition & Composition Reference Content LEAD-ES30001AL Lifecycle Management Reference Content LEAD-ES30002AL Testing Reference Content LEAD-ES30003SA Enterprise Requirement Reference Content LEAD-ES30004ES Quality Reference Content LEAD-ES30005EM Geographical Information System (GIS) Reference Content LEAD-ES30006EM Agile Reference Content LEAD-ES30007ES Categorization & Classification Reference Content LEAD-ES30008ES w w w.leadingpractice.c om 11 Enterprise Architecture Standards Name: Reference Content # Layered Enterprise Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40001AL Business Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40002PGBCPSI Value Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40003PG Process Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40004BP Service Oriented Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40005BS Application Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40006SAID Information Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40007BCSAD Data Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40008SAI Platform Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40009PL Infrastructure Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40010IL EA Governance Reference Content LEAD-ES40011GO Security Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40012CS Cloud Architecture Reference Content LEAD-ES40013CC Enterprise Information & Technology Standards Name: Reference Content # IT Strategy Reference Content LEAD-ES50001PG Business Model of IT Reference Content LEAD-ES50002BC IT Process Map Reference Content LEAD-ES50003BP IT Center of Competency Reference Content LEAD-ES50004BC Cloud Computing Reference Content LEAD-ES50005CC Cyber Security Reference Content LEAD-ES50007CS Knowledge Management Reference Content LEAD-ES50008PGIDBC Analytic Reference Content LEAD-ES50009PGIDBC Reporting Reference Content LEAD-ES50010PGIDBC Application Reference Content LEAD-ES50011SAIDBCBP Application Modernization & Optimization Reference Content LEAD-ES50012SAIDBCBP ERP Reference Content LEAD-ES50013SADIBC Software Testing Reference Content LEAD-ES50014SADI Information Management Reference Content LEAD-ES50015BCIDSA Data Reference Content LEAD-ES50016DISABC Rule Modelling Reference Content LEAD-ES500
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