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Enterprise Capabilities Part 1 - What are theyEnterprise Capabilities Part 1 - What are they
Professor Mark von Rosing and Olav Hermes
A capability is an abstraction that represents the ability to perform a particular skillset. In organizations, these would be considered organizational capabilities, directional capabilities, service capabilities, information capabilities and technology capabilities. In this presentation, we will take a closer look at different types of capabilities, and explain how they work in practice.

Hands-on Practitioner Modelling on how to use the LEADing Practice Frameworks PosterHands-on Practitioner Modelling on how to use the LEADing Practice Frameworks Poster
Dickson Hunja
The LEADing Practice Reference Framework (posters) are designed as step-by-step modelling guide for practitioner on how to apply Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture principles across layers. Modelling from the persective of roles. Enabling the practitioners to link strategy, business models, reporting, process and services with information architecture, data architecture, platform architecture and infrastructure architecture.

Working with Meta Objects, Relations & Layers: From Models of Understanding (ARIS example) to Models of Execution (SAP example)
Professor Hans Scheruhn
How do you derive from models of understanding (i.e. balanced scorecards) or process models to models of execution in, for example, SAP Solution Manager? This case study will show you how you can apply LEAD concepts to check your process models, information models as well as reporting models. All of this will be demoed in ARIS and SAP Solution Manager.

Value Reference Framework on Value Modelling & Value ArchitectureValue Reference Framework on Value Modelling & Value Architecture
Cay Clemmensen
The Value Reference Framework is the essential starting point with guiding principles for any practitioner working with and around value aspects. It provides a structural concept around strategic value definitions e.g. value wants, value needs, value identification, value goals, value issues and problems. Therefore the Value Reference Framework is a basis of reference content to analyze, appraise, approximate, assess and capture a value objects and/or value artifacts idea, design, plan, scheme and structure in order to understand the underlying value concept, thought, view, vision as well as perspective.

Service Modelling & Service Architecture: From Service Renewal and Service Flows to Service ArchitectureService Modelling & Service Architecture: From Service Renewal and Service Flows to Service Architecture
Professor Paul Buhler
Discover why the LEADing Practice Service Reference Content represents a new breed of Service Modelling and Service Architecture and is today being recognized as a service paradigm shift in within the global business and IT community. There are many distinguishing differences between LEADing Practice Service Concepts and traditional enterprise modelling and EA frameworks.

Business Trends & Drivers: The Era of Evidence-Based - The need to rethink the way we work with processesBusiness Trends & Drivers: The Era of Evidence-Based - The need to rethink the way we work with processes
Professor Marlon Dumas
Discover the need to rethink the way we work with processes today. Learn from an authority in the field how BPM is moving from intuitionistic to evidence-based – like marketing in the past two decades. Discover why BPM and Business Intelligence converge to Business Process Intelligence, the maturing landscape of process mining tools and methods that is changing the way we work with process today. Get a future glimpse of sophisticated tools e.g. automated deviance identification, predictive monitoring and detect deviance at runtime.

Dutch Railway Case Story - Agreeing on Enterprise Modelling Principles – A track to deliver functionalityDutch Railway Case Story - Agreeing on Enterprise Modelling Principles – A track to deliver functionality!
Bas Bach
The Dutch Railway case story on the importance of agreeing on modelling principles across units. How to apply the LEAD Structural Way of Thinking – the essential starting point that creates the guiding principles to create a common Way of Working that provides a structural concept around strategic definitions e.g. wants, needs, direction, issues and problems.

LEGO Case Story – The 2013 BPM Gartner Group Award Winner on LEADing Practices and Advanced Process ModellingLEGO Case Story – BPM Gartner Group Award Winner on LEADing Practices and Advanced Process Modelling
Anette Bøgebjerg
The LEGO case story received the prestigious 2013 BPM Gartner Group award for adopting Leading Practice and advance process modelling to create a platform for knowledge, collaboration and optimization. Emphasizing the importance of engaging with and educating business users about the use of BPM to overcome natural resistance to change. With focus on BPM, managed internally by a core BPM team and BPM ambassadors, has improved its organizational agility and flexibility, created coherence across business processes, and established a strong foundation for continuous improvement.

LEAD as the Government of Canada Program and Project Method & ApproachLEAD as the Government of Canada Program and Project Method & Approach
Government of Canada (HRSDC)
The Government of Canada chose to use the LEAD Program and Project Method and Approach in order to prioritize and align IT with strategic business objectives. The program was a full Enabling Service Renewal Program (ESRP), where both the entire Finance, HR and IT organization was innovated and transformed. The Finance, HR and IT transformation did not only include the HR, Finance and IT business model changes, but included the entire service flows from the organizations.

The Need to use Tools for Modelling, Engineering & Architecting the Enterprise
Ulrik Foldager and Professor Mark von Rosing
Learn how the online architect tool known as the LEAD Tool can be used to develop your enterprise through using a complete set of object repositories to design, develop and create an extensive set of fully customizable and integratable maps, matrices and models. Discover how the LEAD Tool will - amongst many other things - enable you to build a complete operating model, and extend upon it by allocating roles, maturity levels, competitive and/or differentiating competencies, time indicators, and key performance indicators to each organizational function of the business model.