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AEM 20171st International Workshop on Advanced Enterprise Modelling
Chair(s): Aurona Gerber, Knut Hinkelmann, Paula Kotze, Ulrich Reimer and Alta van der Merwe

1st International Workshop on
Advanced Enterprise Modelling
 - AEM 2017

Paper Submission: February 23, 2017 (expired)
Authors Notification: March 1, 2017 (expired)
Camera Ready and Registration: March 13, 2017 (expired)


Aurona Gerber
University of Pretoria
South Africa
Knut Hinkelmann
FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland
Paula Kotze
Meraka Institute,
South Africa
Ulrich Reimer
Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences
Alta van der Merwe
Informatics, University of Pretoria
South Africa

The operating environment of most organizations or enterprises today is increasingly complex and changing rapidly. Leading technology discussions today often refer to the emerging and disruptive technology trends that would dramatically alter our socio-technical and socio-economic landscape in the near future. Technologies, techniques and methodologies that can assist enterprises with not only positioning for disruptive environments but also harnessing of potential benefits provided by the fast changing operating environment, such as included in enterprise architecture and engineering, are increasingly important. A core component of any enterprise approach are the models that need to be developed in order to understand, organize, simulate, design, communicate, implement and integrate all aspects of the enterprise that are embodied in its elements (people, processes, applications, etc.), their relationships to each other and to the environment, and the principles guiding its design and evolution.