Cross-organizational collaborations have a high complexity.
Modelling these collaborations can be done from di®erent perspectives.
For example, the value perspective represents expected value exchanges
in a collaboration while the coordination perspective represents the order
in which these exchanges occur. How to maintain consistency between
di®erent models during design time as well as runtime constitutes a chal-
lenging topic. De¯ning criteria and de¯nitions re°ecting the relation be-
tween these models during the entire life cycle is not straightforward.
Di®erent criteria are used for di®erent models since each model captures
a speci¯c aspect of the collaboration. In this paper we investigate the
challenges arising when addressing the problem of maintaining adequate
and consistent models of a collaboration during the entire life cycle of
a collaboration. We propose a framework in which we connect business
layer, process layer and implementation layer, presenting the direction
for solving this multifaceted problem. We will describe several challenges
we anticipate to encounter while implementing our framework.
|Publisher||Tapir Academic Press|
|Conference||Proceedings of Workshops and Doctoral Consortium of the 19th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Trondheim, Norway|
|Period||1/06/07 → …|