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  • De Vries, M; Gerber, A; Van der Merwe, A (SpringerLink, 2015-06)
    Enterprise engineering (EE) is emerging as a new discipline to address the design of the enterprise in a holistic way. Although existing knowledge on enterprise design is dispersed and fragmented across different disciplines ...
  • Lapalme, J; Gerber, A; Van der Merwe, A; Zachman, J; De Vries, M; Hinkelmann, K (Elsevier, 2015-07)
    Today, and for the foreseeable future, organizations will face ever-increasing levels of complexity and uncertainty. Many believe that enterprise architecture (EA) will help organizations address such difficult terrain by ...
  • De Vries, M; Van der Merwe, A; Kotze, P; Gerber, A (IEEE, 2011-12)
    Staying competitive in the 21st century requires enterprise unity and integration, allowing for agility to accommodate swift changes in strategy as markets evolve and new opportunities emerge. The foundation for execution ...
  • De Vries, M; Gerber, A; Van der Merwe, A (Springer, 2014-05)
    Enterprise engineering originated as a practice with most publications focusing on the practical facets without the underlying scientific foundation. Foundational works emerged from different authors in recent years, ...
  • De Vries, M; Van der Merwe, A; Gerber, A; Kotze, P (South African Institute of Industrial Engineering, 2010-10)
    To stay competitive, enterprises of today need to rely on a sound foundation for execution that incorporates the infrastructure and digitised processes for automating a company’s core capabilities. Once this foundation has ...
  • De Vries, M; Van der Merwe, A; Kotzé, P; Gerber, A (ISEM 2011 Proceedings, 2011-09)
    Enterprise engineering is an enterprise design methodology that uses a process to create an organised whole, while mastering complexity. Dietz proposes an organisation theorem that reduces complexity by representing the ...