Enterprise Modelling

The Enterprise Modelling Standards are the result of years of international academic research and industry expert consensus on repeatable patterns that can be reused and replicated. The Enterprise Modelling Standards are packaged as ‘Reference Content’, and is both agnostic and vendor neutral. They have been specifically designed to be fully tailored to and implemented by any organization, both large and small, regardless of its various frameworks, methods, approaches, products, services and activities.

The Enterprise Modelling Standards are developed in the following ways:

  • Research and analyze what works – again and again (Best Practices) – and discover the unique aspects applied by leading organizations (Leading Practices).
  • Identify common and repeatable patterns which provide the basis for the Enterprise Standards.
  • Develop ‘Reference Content’ that increase the level of reusability and replication within the disciplines of Enterprise Modelling, Enterprise Engineering and Enterprise Architecture.
  • Extend with performance and value accelerators with unique aspects from the identified Best Practices and Leading Practices.

The Enterprise Modelling Standards consist of 35 different ‘Reference Content’ areas that are fully integrated with other frameworks, methods and approaches, such as TOGAF, META, FEAF, etc. This ensures full integration and standardization when applying the reference content into your organization, programs and/or projects, thereby having the ability to use our reference content across topics like strategy, capabilities, roles, and process, service and value aspects and technology as well as operational execution between them, creating a cross link throughout the Business, Information, and Technology layers.

All LEADing Practice Enterprise Standards are also marked and protected with the official ((O))LEAD Trademark registered in the US and EU. See the following image of the ((O))LEAD Trademark.

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Reference Content

Enterprise Modelling Reference Content

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Reference Content Name Reference Content ID#
Enterprise Ontology LEAD-ES20001ALL
Emerging Trends & Disruptive Forces LEAD-ES20002PG
Stakeholder LEAD-ES20003EX
Business Model LEAD-ES20004BC
Business Process LEAD-ES20005BP
Process Flow LEAD-ES20006PF
Revenue Model LEAD-ES20007BC
Value Model LEAD-ES20008BCPG
Service Model LEAD-ES20009BCBS
Service Flow LEAD-ES20010BCSF
Performance Model LEAD-ES20011BCPG
Operating Model LEAD-ES20012BC
Cost Model LEAD-ES20013BCPG
Role Modelling LEAD-ES20014BC
Competency Modelling LEAD-ES20015BC
Measurement LEAD-ES20016PG
Workflow LEAD-ES20017ALL
Channel LEAD-ES20018ALL
Capability Modelling LEAD-ES20019ALL
Enterprise Sustainability LEAD-ES20020ALL
Case Management LEAD-ES20021ALL
Packaged Business Capabilities LEAD-ES20022ALL
Meta Modelling LEAD-ES20023ALL
Value Chain LEAD-ES20024PGBC
Event Model LEAD-ES20025ALL
Enterprise Navigator LEAD-ES20026ALL
Enterprise Semantics LEAD-ES20027AS
Artefacts & Templates LEAD-ES20028ALL
LEAD Way of Structuring LEAD-ES20029WS
Enterprise Metal Model LEAD-ES20030ALL
Meta Objects LEAD-ES20031ALL
Enterprise Taxonomy LEAD-ES20032ALL
Meta Object Categorization LEAD-ES20033ALL
Periodic Table of Enterprise Elements LEAD-ES20034ALL
Technology Consolidation LEAD-ES20035ALL



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Enterprise Engineering, Modelling and Architecture

With our extensive and powerful database of performance and value accelerators already embedded within the reference content, any organization can benefit from our proven record and experiences gained from both Best and Leading Practices that our Enterprise Standards are based on.

This makes it easier, less time consuming and much cheaper to apply object descriptions, relations and rules to enable Enterprise Engineering, Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture across organizational departments, programs and projects.