MODELLING WITH COMPETENCE REQUIREMENTS IN ENTERPRISING AND ORGANISATIONS
Abstract (Summary)The purpose for this report is to give some suggestions for how to carry out competence analysis in enterprising and organisations by using principles and technics from requirements engineering. The basic idea of this report is that competence development has very much in common with information systems development and I have been trying to give some good examples of such similarities. The Enterprise Modelling methodology, developed in the ESPRIT project 6612 From Fuzzy to Formal (F3) constitutes the base on which my discussion stands. The model is based on a method for business modelling developed by the Swedish Institute for Systems Development (SISU), see further (Persson, 1997). The focus of the report is on modelling with the components of IT-competence and the elicitation of education goals. I’m giving the experiences from the practical project I did within the frames of the examination paper big importance. The project was pursued by order of the "Chalmers tekniska högskola". It’s purpose was to stipulate the IT-competence requirements for the employees at the department for administration at the university.The conclusions from the project is that "Enterprise Modelling" can be used to carry on competence analysis. The way of using "Enterprise Modelling" and the necessary changes needed is discussed in the report. Furthermore is the concept of competence discussed both in a general perspective and a IT-perspective.
School:Högskolan i Skövde
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Date of Publication:11/09/2007