|From:||William Frank <williamf.frank@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Tue, 3 Sep 2013 20:26:03 -0400|
Myself, I find most depth in the (draft) ISO 15414 Open Distributed Process Reference Model - Enterprise Language.
The core concept there is 'community', to which are tied clusters of concepts around 'objectives', 'policies', and 'accountability'.
I suspect that it is in learning about family, chess, football, the cool way to talk, and the after-market auto parts business, one is learning about these four broad concept clusters.
But Mike Bennet and Ray Martin talk about *A* business, and how we learn about that one thing. I don't think we can learn about one business entity at a time. *A* business makes sense as a community in the context of some larger communities, and made up of some smaller ones, all with their own objectives, policies, and accountabilities.
So, I think these ideas above are *specialized* by the Business Motivation Model.
On Tue, Sep 3, 2013 at 6:57 PM, Ray Martin <marsaviator@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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