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A 360° Vision for Virtual Organizations Characterization and Modelling: Two Intentional Level Aspects

Luz-Maria Priego-Roche 1 Dominique Rieu 1 Agnã¨s Front
1 SIGMA
LIG - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble
Abstract : Nowadays, organizations aiming to be successful in an increasingly competitive market tend to group together into virtual organizations. Designing the information system (IS) of such virtual organizations on the basis of the IS of those participating is a real challenge. The IS of a virtual organization plays an important role in the collaboration and cooperation of the participants organizations and in reaching the common goal. This article proposes criteria allowing virtual organizations to be identified and classified at an intentional level, as well as the information necessary for designing the organizations' IS. Instantiation of criteria for a specific virtual organization and its participants, will allow simple graphical models to be generated in a modelling tool. The models will be used as bases for the IS design at organizational and operational levels. The approach is illustrated by the example of the virtual organization UGRT (a regional stockbreeders union in Tabasco, Mexico).
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Luz-Maria Priego-Roche, Dominique Rieu, Agnã¨s Front. A 360° Vision for Virtual Organizations Characterization and Modelling: Two Intentional Level Aspects. 9th IFIP Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society, Nancy, France, 2009, Nancy, France. pp.427-442. ⟨hal-00953019⟩

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