Gem Intelligence Structure

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Published on December 22, 2008

Author: royroebuck


Copyright Roy Roebuck, 1982-2005. Use only under the free Creative Commons license or low-cost commericial license at GEM Function – Enterprise Intelligence 2 Next State (Order) Response Management Decision Focus. Requires Impact Human Awareness Communication. Learning Knowledge Service/IT Focus. Process Requires Data Information Communication. Metadata Increasing Data Intelligence Pattern Event Operation and Signal Performance Focus. Indicator Requires Event Telecommunication. Change Increasing Context Current State (Order) (=Decreasing Disorder) GEM Intelligence Categories Give Context To The Subject SUBJECT Location Organization Organization Unit Function (Mission) Process Resource Requirement Context Context Context Context Context Context Context Copyright Roy Roebuck, 1982-2005. Use only under the free Creative Commons license or low-cost commericial license at http://one- 28 In GEM, Enterprise Intelligence is a collection of those sensed, perceived, and recorded things, treated as resources, that guide enterprise decisions in responding to changes in monitored situations (i.e., current state). Enterprise Intelligence is a superset of the “sense, analyze, respond” aspects of what is now being called “netcentic” operations, or “netcentricity”. These intelligence resources are best managed as a whole, thus providing integrated assertions (e.g., facts, opinions, contingencies, requirements) for decisions and response. GEM categorizes and structures its intelligence in terms of the basic human questions and answers of: where, who, what, why, how, when, how many, how often, for how long, of what quality, at what stage, etc. The intelligence categories of GEM (i.e., for faceted classification of the subjects) are named: Location, Organization, Organization Unit, Function, Process, Resource, and Requirement. These categories form an “upper ontology” for enterprise knowledge modeling and knowledge management. GEM is used to collect, identify, describe, relate, control, and disseminate information about subjects in these categories.

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