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Classification Names Audience Perspectives

What
C o m p o s i t e A l i g n m e n t T r a n s f o r m a t i o n s I n t e g r a t i o n s

How
Process Identification
Forecast Sales Plan Production Sell Products Take Orders Train Employees Assign Territories Develop Markets Maintain Facilities Repair Products Record Transctns

Where
A l i g n m e n t

Who
Responsibility Identification
General Mgmt Product Mgmt Engineering Design Manu. Engineering Accounting Finance Transportation Distribution Marketing Sales

When
C o m p o s i t e

Why
I n t e g r a t i o n s A l i g n m e n t T r a n s f o r m a t i o n s

Classification Names Model Names

Executive Perspective
(Business Context Planners)

Inventory Identification
Products Product Types Warehouses Parts Bins Customers Territories Orders Employees Vehicles Accounts

Distribution Identification
Material Supply Ntwk Product Dist. Ntwk Voice Comm. Ntwk Data Comm. Ntwk Manu. Process Ntwk Office Wrk Flow Ntwk Parts Dist. Ntwk Personnel Dist. Ntwk etc., etc.

Timing Identification
Product Cycle Market Cycle Planning Cycle Order Cycle Employee Cycle Maint. Cycle Production Cycle Sales Cycle Economic Cycle Accounting Cycle

Motivation Identification
New Markets Revenue Growth Expns Reduction Cust Convenience Customer Satis. Regulatory Comp. New Capital Social Contribution Increased Yield Increased Quality

Scope Contexts
(Scope Identification Lists)

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List: Inventory Types Inventory Definition
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List: Process Types Process Definition
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List: Distribution Types Distribution Definition
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List: Responsibility Types Responsibility Definition
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List: Timing Types Timing Definition
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List: Motivation Types Motivation Definition
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Business Mgmt Perspective
(Business Concept Owners)

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Business Concepts
(Business Definition Models)

Business Entity Business Relationship Inventory Representation
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Business Transform Business Input/Output Process Representation
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Business Location Business Connection Distribution Representation
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Business Role Business Work Product Responsibility Representation
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Business Interval Business Moment Timing Representation
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Business End Business Means Motivation Representation
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Architect Perspective
(Business Logic Designers)

System Logic
(System Representation Models)

System Entity System Relationship Inventory Specification
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System Transform System Input /Output Process Specification
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System Location System Connection Distribution Specification
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System Role System Work Product Responsibility Specification
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System Interval System Moment Timing Specification
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System End System Means Motivation Specification
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Engineer Perspective
(Business Physics Builders)
A l i g n m e n t T r a n s f o r m a t i o n s

Technology Physics
(Technology Specification Models)
A l i g n m e n t T r a n s f o r m a t i o n s

Technology Entity Technology Relationship Inventory Configuration
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Technology Transform Technology Input /Output Process Configuration
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Technology Location Technology Connection Distribution Configuration
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Technology Role Technology Work Product Responsibility Configuration
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Technology Interval Technology Moment Timing Configuration
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Technology End Technology Means Motivation Configuration
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Technician Perspective
(Business Component Implementers)

Tool Components
(Tool Configuration Models)

Tool Entity Tool Relationship

Tool Transform Tool Input /Output

Tool Location Tool Connection

Tool Role Tool Work Product

Tool Interval Tool Moment

Tool End Tool Means

Enterprise Perspective
(Users)

Inventory Instantiations

Process Instantiations

Distribution Instantiations

Responsibility Instantiations

Timing Instantiations

Motivation Instantiations

Operations Instances

The Enterprise
Audience Perspectives Enterprise Names

Operations Entities Operations Relationships
C o m p o s i t e

Operations Transforms Operations In/Outputs

Operations Locations Operations Connections

Operations Roles Operations Work Products

Operations Intervals Operations Moments

Operations Ends Operations Means
I n t e g r a t i o n s

The Enterprise

(Implementations)

I n t e g r a t i o n s

A l i g n m e n t

C o m p o s i t e

Inventory Sets

Process Flows

Distribution Networks

Responsibility Assignments

Timing Cycles

Motivation Intentions

*Horizontal integration lines are shown for example purposes only and are not a complete set. Composite, integrative relationships connecting every cell horizontally potentially exist.

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