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Open Business Model and Service Innovation with VDML and ServiceML Arne J. Berre SINTEF, Norway, Henk de Man, Cordys, Netherlands,

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1 Open Business Model and Service Innovation with VDML and ServiceML Arne J. Berre SINTEF, Norway, Henk de Man, Cordys, Netherlands, and Yannick Lew and Brian Elvesæter, SINTEF IWEI Workshop 3, Standardisation for interoperability in the service oriented enterprise Enschede, March 26th, Networked Enterprise transFormation and resource management in Future internet enabled Innovation CloudS,

2 2 NEFFICS Community of highly innovative networked enterprises Networked innovation community services (INDUCT) Applications for highly innovative networked enterprises Virtual Factory Network (Vlastuin) Liquid Hospital – H2O (HSJD) Enterprise SaaS Cloud business operations and orchestration platform (CORDYS) Google Apps/Waves, Cloud computing & Web 2.0 platform Networked Enterprises on Internet of Services (IoS) and Things (IoT) Networked enterprises MashApp applications and process support (CORDYS) Networked process and service models (SINTEF) ServiceML Networked business value analysis models (IC Focus, AAU) VDML Networked innovation models, leadership and management processes (AAU) CEN/389

3 Networked Enterprise transFormation and resource management in Future internet enabled Innovation CloudS Networked Enterprise Networked Enterprise Networked Enterprise Networked Enterprise Networked Enterprise AT-ONE SI process VDML CMMN BM canvas Service ML Buss. SoaML Service Challenge Idea Portfolio Change BM canvas BOP Instance BAM Dashbord Challenge Innov. Dashboard KPIs MashAppsCase Mgmt BMI (L) process BPMN BMM Funnel Networked Innovation management Network Business Modeling and analysis Value formula Network Business Operations incl. app/services development Business values Inter-enterprise Hub Network search Entity Social modeling/Google Wave Networked Enterprise Portal (Virtual Extended Factory Liquid Hospital) NEFFICS Methodology and Practices WIki Value analysis process Google, COIN, ASPIRE,... Internet of Services /Things RFID Sensor NEFFICS Platform

4 Networked Enterprise transFormation and resource management in Future internet enabled Innovation CloudS 4

5 Networked Enterprise transFormation and resource management in Future internet enabled Innovation CloudS 5

6 Business Model representation VDML and ServiceML Six building blocks representation, as high-level abstraction; detailed representation and wiring inside, based on VDML VDML

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8 Positioning VDML SoaML BPMN VDML

9 Goal implies measurable description mandates Role Value Proposition Value Activity Collaboration Service Offering Service Journey Need Capability Org Unit Business Network Community Method Resource owns supports provides requires defines business defines informal or weak defines formal or structural expresses performs creates and/or consumes matches participates depicts designs / experiences provides / consumes defines translates into provides / receives articulates Service Architecture Service Contract contains establishes subtype Ideal Expected Actual captures Objective Participant Port Request Service Interface Consumer Provider engages- plays owns subtype subtypes accesses subtype

10 Business Model Innovation (BMI) with VDML diagrams Capabilities Network Partners Value Propositions Activities Value Formulas Customers Doct ors Offic e Hos pital Clien t Office Appointment Admission Request Obstetrician Services Hospital Maternity Care Initiate Monitoring Reports Emergency Admission EmergencyEmergency EmergencyEmergency AdmissionsAdmissions ClinicalOversightClinicalOversight ObstetricianObstetrician Obs tetri cian s PediatricianPediatrician A ne st he si ol og ist ER PhysicianER Physician Affiliated DoctorsAffiliated Doctors P e di at ri ci a n s Anest hesiol ogists ER Phy sici ans MaternityWardMaternityWard Operating RoomOperating Room RecoveryRecovery F a ci lit ie s M a n a g e m e nt. Ope rati ng Roo m Bed s AdmissionsAdmissions Maternity WardMaternity Ward Operating RoomOperating Room RecoveryRecovery AdmissoinsNurseAdmissoinsNurse NursesNurses NursingNursing ERNurseERNurse ObstetricsNurseObstetricsNurse PediatricNursePediatricNurse Operating RoomOperating Room BedsBeds Doctors Office Hospital Client Office Appointment Admission Request Obstetrician Services Hospital Maternity Care Initiate Monitoring Reports Emergency Admission V i s i t D o c t o r s O f f i c e PatientAppointmentsPatientAppointments Doctors Office Provide Maternity CareProvide Maternity Care Hospital Admission Requests Handle EmergencyHandle Emergency Emergency Patients ClientClient Monitor PatientMonitor Patient Monitored Patients Monitoring Reports Monitor GestationMonitor Gestation Obtain Maternity CareObtain Maternity Care Hospital Doctors Office Hospital Client Monitoring Service Patients Maternity Care Services Doctors Cost of Monitoring Service to Doctors Office... Doctors value from Doctors Office Patients value from Doctors Office Cost of Maternity Care Services to Patient... Maternity Care Value Margin Patients payment Role Collaboration Diagram Measurement Dependency Diagram Value Proposition Exchange Diagram VDML Capability Management Diagram Activity Network Diagram

11 Business Model Diagram

12 Customers and Network Partners with Role Collaboration Diagram

13 Value Propositions with Value Proposition Exchange Diagram

14 Value Proposition expressions

15 Activities with Activity Network Diagram

16 Capabilities with Capability Management Diagram

17 Value Formulas with Measurement Dependency Diagram

18 Value Type library

19 Process Innovation with VDML Activity diagram – and further CMM and BPMN models for execution

20 Service Innovation with ServiceML diagrams

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22 Actors with Value Networks

23 Actors with Service Interactions

24 Touchpoints with Service Journeys

25 Opportunities with Service Contracts Using Business SoaML

26 From Value Networks to Service Contracts

27 Experiences with Service Journeys

28 Networked Enterprise transFormation and resource management in Future internet enabled Innovation CloudS 28 Needs with Goals/Objectives

29 VDML Business Architect Identify Services Identify Cases Identify Processes IT Architect Solution Architect Identify Services Service Models (ServiceML) ProcessModels (CMMN) (BPMN) Has value WebServices WS1 WS2 WS3 WSx Deploy new services Execute / Uses Execute & uses From Models to Execution VDML

30 Conclusion The NEFFICS platform provides support for Open Business Model and Service Innovation with VDML and ServiceML From ideation through modeling to execution Videos and demos are available


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