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Modus, the method
All pages in Modus rubric Approach to pragmatic aspect Approach to semantic aspect Batches Processing in Service Architecture Business Architecture Creating the methodological repository Deriving the logical data model from the business model General Guide Geographic Aspect Geographic Aspect Guide Hardware Aspect Guide Innop: a process for innovative projects Innop: Methodological Transition Innop: the "Consolidation" phase Innop: the "Crystallization" phase Innop: the "Dissemination" phase Innop: the "Exploration" phase Innop: the "Implementation" phase Innop: the "Initiation" phase
Opus, the product
"Reality" domain All pages in Opus rubric Geographic Aspect Hardware Aspect Logical Aspect Opus, the Product Physical Aspect Pragmatic Aspect Scoping Semantic Aspect Software Aspect Technical Aspect Value Chain
Thesaurus, the terminology
? Abstraction Principle Accountability Action Activity Activity domain Actor Agility Analyze Approach Arbitration Architecture Architecture Principle Aspect Association Auditability Automaton blank page Business Architecture Business fundamentals Business object Business repository Class Diagram Class Properties Complexity
Syllabus, the spreading
Build for Change through Enterprise Architecture Le Praxeme Institute et Modelio Open Source "Business Architecture & Transformation" "La transformation des SI - SOA, API, micro-services : comment s'y prendre ?" "Le Référentiel de description de l'entreprise" "Praxeme &... Terminology" "Praxeme Skills" training course 2-page Flyer A classification of skills based on the Enterprise reality A complete method for modeling organizations and systems A method applicable to all sectors of activity A method supported by a community Agility Road for the SOA Journey Agility Road for the SOA Journey Aider à transformer les entreprises All pages in Syllabus rubric An open method An open method available for use An open source method to address the needs of IT departments
Corpus, the library
All pages in Corpus rubric Architect Business Activity Monitoring Business Analyst Business Architecture Business Owner Corpus, the library Decision Maker - Executive Enterprise Arcitecture Finance IT Architecture Manager Methodologist Project Manager Project Owner - Provider Recrutez des docteurs pour booster votre entreprise Researcher SOA Topic Trainer
Focus, the objectives and the organization
Chorus, the community
All pages in Chorus rubric Chorus, the community College of Contributors College of Translators Contributions From Companies Ecosystem Join the Praxeme Institute! Joined effort of C2P and the Praxeme Institute Partners Pierre CALVANESE Praxeme Actors Praxeme Authors Praxeme Institute Board Members Praxeme Institute Statutes Praxeme Workgroups Praxeme's Ecosystem Registered Companies Semantic Modellers College Stay informed
Apparatus, the tooling
Opera, the operations
All pages in Opera rubric Application References of the method Events Mind On Top OBC Open Business Concepts (OBC) Opera, the operations Parameters to be updated Presentation Suggestions Box The PxData project Thierry BIARD's thesis
An open method
A royalty-free method
The participants in the initiative for an open method share the same conviction that a method must be widely shared if it is to be of use. This is why they have chosen to make the findings of their work in methodology available to all. In some cases, they have contributed generic models or architectural choices to this open-source body of work.
An open method
The method is under construction. The methodological guides have prepared the groundwork. We must now build upon these foundations, notably by using the guides to detail the procedures (methods). Some procedures exist but much remains to be done.
One way of developing the method is via the integration of the elements provided by the contributors. Indeed, the method is open, that is to say that it can be enhanced by exogenous contributions, providing that these contributions respect certain rules and are able to be integrated within the overall method framework.
Although the documents are made freely available, they are nevertheless legally protected. The Praxeme Institute has chosen the Creative Commons license, which covers intellectual works. This does not affect the royalty-free nature or usage rights but does require that either Praxeme or the author of the document is quoted, on a case-by-case basis.
These obligations condition the dynamics of the initiative. At stake is the development of a serious and independent response to the transformation needs of enterprises.