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Reshaping the Enterprise through an Information Architecture and Process Reengineering

Sunday, January 1, 1995


This article describes the University of Pittsburgh's unique approach to designing an enterprise-wide information architecture and a framework for engaging the University community in business process reengineering. That approach included building consensus on a general philosophy for information systems, utilizing pattern-based abstraction techniques, applying data modeling and application prototyping, and tightly coupling the information architecture with efforts to reengineer the workplace. This article was adapted from a CAUSE94 conference presentation (CNC9441).

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