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Who Does What When

 

Hans Mulder suggests you look at DEMO to see ‘who does what when’.Besides the transaction and abstraction concepts, the DEMO method also comprises the system concept. DEMO makes models of organizations. These models describe organizations as systems consisting of human actors, essential transactions, and facts. As a consequence, DEMO does not regard processes or information separately, but integrates both in the transaction together with the human actors. What DEMO links to these is a note of which two actors are responsible for the completion of a transaction. Due to the system concept it is easy to see who does what when. Designing an organization as a social system is a feature of the DEMO manner of thinking, and recurs in the models. DEMO is capable of designing the business functions, business processes, information systems, and structure of an organization.



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Hans Mulder

Prof.dr.ing. Hans Mulder MSc BA is Standish European research director and professor at the Antwerp Management School. As the founder of his own company, Venture Informatisering Adviesgroep, he is on the management and executive boards of various IT companies. He is regularly engaged as an IT expert when conflicts between companies need to be resolved in or out of court.
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