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The Standard Model Method By Mark Mellblom
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An innovative method to decreasing the time and expense associated with process modeling and enterprise architecture. By applying standard templates representing control cycles to different... More > dimensions of a product, the model generates requirements for systems, humans and information. The book is a compilation of whitepapers. The method is presented in the context of graphical modeling, the model itself, an example, its utility in integrating enterprise architectures and formula used for estimating scope and size. The method is a challenge to the paradigm that enterprise architecture development is necessarily slow, expensive and not able to lead solution development. It challenges this by showing how models by virtue of their structure generate "solution requirements" in a consistent and complete fashion not achievable by manual methods or consensus.< Less
The Beer Model By Mark Mellblom
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This book presents the application of a GRID standard model to a product dependency model of brewing. The result is a Program Management architecture for the Direction, Investment, Resourcing and... More > Generation of beer and other fermented beverages. A Program Management architecture describes the functions that sustain the processes in production operations. Nuance and detail of specific processes in production are not addressed as these are contained in an operational architecture. Program Management architecture provides an understanding of how the resources engaged in these process are envisioned, budgeted, prioritized, acquired and engaged. The resulting architecture can be used for the assessment of existing software and system investments as well as training curricula. It may be applied directly as a uniform taxonomy of Program Management system functions and human competencies.< Less
The Generation, Resourcing, Investment and Direction Model By Mark Mellblom
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A sequel to the book "The Standard Model", this expresses a Standard Model specifically designed for Program Management and Sustainment of products produced and consumed in an... More > enterprise. Every product in a dependent relationship between corporate capabilities is extended through four dimensions: Generation (building it), Resourcing (support it), Investment (fund it) and Direction (rationalize it). As a result, regardless of existing processes that are defined, this model 'sits' above each and shows the Program Management "dashboard" for aligning System Resources and Human Capital in the sustainment of the process. This robust, consistent model binds these dimensions in simple control loops and allows the generation of consistent statements of solution requirements for both system solution development and human competency development. Rather than spend tremendous investment in developing a model, the Generative Enterprise Architecture Method allows replication of modular units saving time and money.< Less