Template Approach To GEM 20020422

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Business & Mgmt

Published on December 22, 2008

Author: royroebuck

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A description of the underlying "database" supporting GEM.

General Enterprise Management (GEM) Template-Analysis Approach From Blank Forms To Enterprise Engineering

Pick a Form – Any Form! • GEM is about asking and answering questions in a structured and consistent manner, enabling much reuse of information, in a more effective, efficient, and responsive way than is now typical. • Most people have worked with forms, either as a customer or a provider of goods or services. • Forms serve the purpose of collecting customer information for subsequent action by the provider. • When some or all of the information on a customer’s form is already filled out in advance by the provider, it makes the customer happier. They can just validate it, which makes the providers happier. Both win. • An organization can start GEM implementation by collecting and analyzing the blank forms and other information TEMPLATES (e.g., reports, checklists, documents, graphs, diagrams, models, databases, spreadsheets, etc.) used across the organization, and by its customers, suppliers, authorities, partners, and the public.

GEM Repository Components (A Generalized MIS) GEM Repository GEM Taxonomy (Concept GEM GEM Categories and Assertions Requirements Inventories) (Subjects) GEM stores the data for forms and other templates in a single repository for enterprise “concepts”, “assertions”, and “requirements”. These will be discussed in later diagrams.

Where do Templates Fit in the Big Picture of the Enterprise? Enterprise (e.g., Organization) – Business Function – Functional Guidance • Note the placement of • Function Assignment – Responsibility Templates such as Blank » Authority » Assigned Organization Unit • Functional References Forms in this GEM outline. – Policy » Process – Procedure • GEM implementation can – Template – Form start at the top of this – Report – Etc. – Tool (Manual, Automated, etc.) outline and work down – Vocabulary – Constraint (Rule, Role-based Access, Standard, principle, etc.) into the details, or can » Concepts – Assertions – Data Models (e.g., IDEF1X, ER, CWM) start with the details such – Metadata Management – Data Management as Templates and work – Semantic Models (e.g., ORM) – Ontologies (e.g., OWL) – Knowledge back up to the top, or – Knowledge Bases – Application Models (e.g., UML) various combinations of – Applications (e.g., UML, CWM) – Operational Data Stores – Analytical Data Stores these approaches. • Function Operation – Taxonomies (Concept Categories) – Functional Mission » Vision – Goal – Objective – Strategy – Plan (Recurring Operations, New Initiatives) – Implementation – Review – Adjust All Above

GEM Template Terms • A blank template (e.g., a blank form) contains “metadata”, (i.e., data about data) which are the template’s empty fields and their arrangement. This blank template represents the structure of a subject’s knowledge, its “ontology”. An ontology is metadata about a subject. • A populated template (e.g., a filled in form) contains “data” values in the template’s populated fields. This populated template represents an “instance” of subject knowledge. An knowledge instance is data about a subject. • A template field (metadata) is populated with a value (data).

A Basic GEM Template Subject: ________________________________________________________________________ Notice that the field Location: ______________________________________________________________________ names, such as Organization: __________________________________________________________________ “Subject” Office: ______________________________________________________________________ are metadata, while Job Title: ___________________________________________________________________ Job Function: ________________________________________________________________ the blank underlined Functional Process: ___________________________________________________________ spaces are where the Process Description: __________________________________________________________ “subject” data are Process Diagram: ____________________________________________________________ written. Process Resources: __________________________________________________________ Process Outputs (Products/Services/ByProducts):_________________________________ Status: __________________________________________________________________ Notice also that this Quantity: _______________________________________________________________ form “drills down” from Quality: _______________________________________________________________ the subject title into Process Inputs (Consumables, Catalysts, etc.): ___________________________________ the details of the Status: __________________________________________________________________ subject. To collect Quantity: _______________________________________________________________ Quality: _______________________________________________________________ different subject Process Constraints (Budgets, Rules, Law, etc.): _________________________________ knowledge, a different Status: __________________________________________________________________ instance of this form Quantity: _______________________________________________________________ would be needed for Quality: _______________________________________________________________ every variation in the Process Mechanisms (Workforce, Tools, Enablers): ______________________________ Status: __________________________________________________________________ detail data. Quantity: _______________________________________________________________ Quality: _______________________________________________________________ Template ID: GEM Form 1

GEM Template Relations A template represents Subject: ________________________________________________________________________ relationships between the Location: ______________________________________________________________________ subject and its detail data. Organization: __________________________________________________________________ Both the subject and the details are “concepts” of Office: ______________________________________________________________________ interest to the template users. Job Title: ___________________________________________________________________ Job Function: ________________________________________________________________ The relationship between two Functional Process: ___________________________________________________________ or more concepts is called an Process Description: __________________________________________________________ “assertion”. Types of Process Diagram: ____________________________________________________________ assertions are: facts, Process Resources: __________________________________________________________ opinions, questions, Process Outputs (Products/Services/ByProducts):_________________________________ speculation, interpretations, Status: __________________________________________________________________ etc. As in sentence grammar, the assertion has a subject Quantity: _______________________________________________________________ noun, a predicate verb Quality: _______________________________________________________________ describing the relation, and a Process Inputs (Consumables, Catalysts, etc.): ___________________________________ predicate object noun Status: __________________________________________________________________ representing the detail data. Quantity: _______________________________________________________________ Quality: _______________________________________________________________ A blank template provides Process Constraints (Budgets, Rules, Law, etc.): _________________________________ assertions about the structure Status: __________________________________________________________________ (i.e., ontology) of the subject. Quantity: _______________________________________________________________ A populated template Quality: _______________________________________________________________ provides assertions about the Process Mechanisms (Workforce, Tools, Enablers): ______________________________ detailed knowledge of the Status: __________________________________________________________________ subject. Quantity: _______________________________________________________________ Quality: _______________________________________________________________ Assertions Template ID: GEM Form 1

GEM Template Main Views 1. Location Subject: 2. Organization Subject: 3. Organization Unit Subject: 4.Function Subject: For Location 1 (Where?) 2. Organization: 1. Location: 2. Organization: 3. Organization Unit: Show Organization 2 (Who’s 3. Organization Unit: 3. Organization Unit: 1. Location: 2. Organization: Responsible?) 4. Function: 4. Function: 4. Function: 1. Location: By Organization Unit 3 (Who 5. Process: 5. Process: 5. Process: 5. Process: Performs?) 6. Input Resource: 6. Input Resource: 6. Input Resource: 6. Input Resource: Responsible for Function 4 (What?, 7. Output Resource 7. Output Resource 7. Output Resource 7. Output Resource Why?) 8. Constraint Resource 8. Constraint Resource 8. Constraint Resource 8. Constraint Resource Performing Process 5 (How?) 9. Mechanism Resource 9. Mechanism Resource 9. Mechanism Resource 9. Mechanism Resource Consuming Resource 6 (With GEM View 1 GEM View 2 GEM View 3 GEM View 4 What?) And Producing Resource 7 (For What?) 5.Process Subject: 6. Input Resource Subject: 7. Output Resource 8. Constraint Resource And Constrainted by Resource 8 4. Function: 5.Process: 6. Input Resource: 7. Output Resource (Bounded by What?) 3. Organization Unit: 4. Function: 5.Process: 6. Input Resource: And Enabled by Resource 9 (Using 2. Organization: 3. Organization Unit: 4. Function: 5.Process: What?) 1. Location: 2. Organization: 3. Organization Unit: 4. Function: At Resource State 10 (When for 6. Input Resource: 1. Location: 2. Organization: 3. Organization Unit: each Resource?) 7. Output Resource 1. Location: 2. Organization: 7. Output Resource In Quantity 11 (How Many?) 8. Constraint Resource 8. Constraint Resource 1. Location: 8. Constraint Resource With Qualities 12 (What Type?) 9. Mechanism Resource 9. Mechanism Resource 9. Mechanism Resource 9. Mechanism Resource GEM View 1 - Basic Query1 GEM View 5 GEM View 6 GEM View 7 GEM View 8 9. Mechanism Resource 8. Constraint Resource 7. Output Resource 6. Input Resource: 5.Process: 4. Function: 3. Organization Unit: 2. Organization: 1. Location: GEM View 9

GEM Template Metadata and Data Creation and Storage (GEM Repository as Generalized Information System) For Subject A GEM Repository At Location 1 Blank Show Organization 2 Template By Organization Unit 3 Populated as Template Responsible for Function 4 Structure as Performing Process 5 of Instance of GEM Consuming Resource 6 Ontology Knowledge Taxonomy Assertion (Concept GEM And Producing Resource 7 Assertion GEM (Template Categories and Assertions Requirements And Constrainted by Resource 8 (Template Fields are Inventories) And Enabled by Resource 9 Field Metadata) (Subjects) Values are At Resource State 10 (Template Data) In Quantity 11 Name is With Qualities 12 Metadata) GEM View 1 - Basic Query1 Legend: Template AutoPopulate and/or Lookup Selection of Template Fields and Values Add New Concepts As Needed to Taxonomy and/or Assertions, as Needed for Template Completion

GEM Template Metadata and Data Creation and Storage (GEM Repository as Generalized Information System) GEM Repository GEM Assertion For Subject A Subjects At Location 1 Blank GEM Show Organization 2 Template Assertion By Organization Unit 3 Populated Taxonomy as (Concept Location Template Objects Responsible for Function 4 Structure Categories and as Categories Performing Process 5 of Inventories) Instance of Assertion Consuming Resource 6 Ontology (Subjects) Knowledge Organization Assertion Location And Producing Resource 7 Assertion Taxonomy Objects (Template And Constrainted by Resource 8 (Template Fields are Organization Assertion And Enabled by Resource 9 Field Metadata) Taxonomy Organization Values are At Resource State 10 (Template Unit Objects Data) Organization In Quantity 11 Name is Unit Taxonomy With Qualities 12 Metadata) Assertion Function Function GEM View 1 - Basic Query1 Taxonomy Objects Process Assertion Taxonomy Process Legend: Resource Objects Template AutoPopulate and/or Lookup Taxonomy Selection of Template Fields and Values Assertion Resource Add New Concepts As Needed to Objects Taxonomy and/or Assertions, as Needed for Template Completion Requirements

GEM Functional Management Information (View 4) Mapped to GEM Assertions Enterprise (e.g., Organizational Endeavor) – Business Function – Functional Guidance • Function Assignment – Responsibility » Authority – Functional Budget (Resource Constraint) GEM Repository » Assigned Organization Unit – Parent Organization – Parent Location GEM Assertion – Unit Location Subjects • Functional References – Policy GEM » Process Assertion Taxonomy – Procedure Location (Concept Categories and Objects – Template Categories – Form Inventories) Assertion – Report (Subjects) Organization – Etc. Location Objects – Tool (Manual, Automated, etc.) Taxonomy – Constraint (Rule, Role-based Access, Standard, Principle, etc.) Organization Assertion • Function Operation Taxonomy Organization – Functional (Program, Project, Person) Mission Unit Objects » Vision Organization – Goal Unit Taxonomy – Objective Assertion Function – Strategy Function Objects – Plan Taxonomy – Recurrent Operation Process Assertion – Deliverables (Output Resource) Taxonomy Process – Tasks (Applied Policy/Process/Procedure) Objects – Schedule (Constraint Resource) Resource – Budget Taxonomy Assertion – Input Resource Resource – Constraint Resource Objects – Mechanism Resource – Quality – New Initiative – Deliverables (Output Resource) Requirements – Tasks (Applied Policy/Process/Procedure) – Schedule (Constraint Resource) – Budget – Input Resource – Constraint Resource – Mechanism Resource Legend: – Quality Template AutoPopulate and/or Lookup Selection of Template Fields and Values Add New Concepts As Needed to Taxonomy and/or Assertions, as Needed for Template Completion

GEM Repository Structure (A Generalized MIS) GEM Repository FK PK GEM Assertion Subjects GUID GEM FK Assertion AK Taxonomy AK PK Location (Concept OID GUID Objects Categories and Categories Inventories) (Subjects) FK Assertion AK FK AK Organization Location Objects Taxonomy FK AK Organization FK Assertion AK Taxonomy Organization FK AK Unit Objects Organization Unit Taxonomy FK Assertion AK FK AK Function Function Taxonomy Objects FK AK Process FK Assertion AK Taxonomy Process FK AK Objects Resource Taxonomy FK Assertion AK Resource Objects FK Requirements

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