Business Modelling


This concept is intended as a 'hands-on' practical discussion of how business modelling is used to explore a range of business decisions and to identify the essential elements that drive business.

Technique Overview

Business Modelling

Business Modelling Definition

Business models are "primary tools for the financial analysis of nearly all major business decisions" (Tennent and Friend, 2011:7).

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  • Aagesen, G. and Krogstie, J. (2010) Analysis and Design of Business Processes using BPMN. In vom J.Brocke and M.Rosemann, eds. Handbook on Business Process Management. Springer: London.
  • Bridgeland, D.M. (2008) Business Modelling: A Practical Guide to Realising Business Value. Morgan Kaufmann.
  • Briol, P. (2008) The Business Process Modelling Notation. Pocket handbook. LuLu: France.
  • Bristol City Council (2006) BPR Case Study. [online] Available at: (www.localtgov.org.uk/webfiles/NePP/Guidance/061201 Bristol Case Study v2 3 1.pdf) [Accessed 09 November 2011].

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