Session 1: Evolving Enteprises

  • Julia Kaidalova, Ulf Seigerroth and Anne Persson Towards Guiding the Use of Enterprise Modeling in the Context of Business and IT Alignment
  • Anne Persson, Anniken Karlsen and Kristens Gudfinnsson A Generic Goal Model to Support Continuous Improvement in SME Construction Companies
  • Khaled Gaaloul and Sérgio Guerreiro A Risk-based Approach Supporting Enterprise Architecture Evolution


Session 2: Securing Enterprises

  • Atilio Rrenja and Raimundas Matulevicius Pattern-based Security Requirements Derivation from Secure Tropos Models
  • Tong Li, Jennifer Horkoff, Elda Paja, Kristian Beckers and John Mylopoulos Analyzing Attack Strategies through Anti-Goal Refinement
  • Nikolaos Argyropoulos, Haralambos Mouratidis, Andrew Fish, Luis Marquez Alcañiz, David G. Rosado, Ignacio García-Rodriguez de Guzmán and Eduardo Fernández-Medina Eliciting Security Requirements for Business Processes of Legacy Systems


Session 3: Making Empirical Studies

  • Monique Snoeck, Isel Moreno Montes De Oca, Tom Haegemans, Bjorn Scheldeman and Tom Hoste Testing a selection of BPMN tools for their support of modelling guidelines
  • Michael Rathmair, Ralph Hoch, Hermann Kaindl and Roman Popp Consistently Formalizing a Business Process and its Properties for Verification: A Case Study
  • João Barata, Paulo Rupino Da Cunha and Luís Abrantes Dealing with Risks and Workarounds: A Guiding Framework


Session 4: Acquiring User Information

  •  Eric-Oluf Svee and Jelena Zdravkovic Case-based Development of Consumer Preferences Using Brand Personality and Values Co-creation
  • Nada Sherief, Walid Abdelmoez, Keith Phalp and Raian Ali Modelling Users Feedback in Crowd-Based Requirements Engineering: An Empirical Study


Session 5: Investigating Enterprise Methods

  • Natalie Yilmaz and Janis Stirna Factors Influencing Productization of Enterprise Modeling: A Qualitative Inquiry into the Scandinavian Strand of Methods and Tools
  • Hasan Koç Methods in Designing and Developing Capabilities: A Systematic Mapping Study
  • Rainer Schmidt, Michael Möhring, Ralf Haerting, Christopher Reichstein, Alfred Zimmermann and Sandro Luceri Benefits of Enterprise Architecture Management - Insights from European Experts


Session 6: Managing Risks and Threats

  • Dan Ionita, Roel Wieringa, Lars Wolos, Jaap Gordijn and Wolter Pieters Using value models for business risk analysis in e-service networks
  • Mohamad Gharib and Paolo Giorgini Analyzing Trust Requirements in Socio-technical Systems:  A Belief-based Approach
  • Mari-Liis Alaküla and Raimundas Matulevicius An Experience Report of Improving Business Process Compliance using Security Risk-oriented Patterns


Session 7: Making Decisions in Enterprises

  • Lucia Mendez, Claudia P. Ayala, Lidia López and Maria Carmela Annosi.  Towards an OSS Adoption Business Impact Assessmen
  • Alexander Bock The Concepts of Decision Making: An Analysis of Classical Approaches and Avenues for the Field of Enterprise Modeling
  • Zia Babar, Alexei Lapouchnian and Eric Yu Modeling DevOps Deployment Choices using Process Architecture Design Dimensions


Session 8: Engineering Methods

  • Dave De Clercq, Maxime Bernaert, Ben Roelens and Geert Poels Simplicity Is not Simple: How Business Architecture in One of Belgium's Biggest Companies Can Be Simple and Easy-to-use
  •  Robert Andrei Buchmann and Dimitris Karagiannis Agile Modelling Method Engineering:  Lessons Learned in the ComVantage Research Project
  • Deepika Prakash and Naveen Prakash Towards DW Support for Formulating Policies


Short Papers 1: Reflecting on Practice and Experiences

  • Lou Schwartz, Eric Grandry, Jocelyn Aubert, Marie-Laure Watrinet and Hervé Cholez. Participative Design of a Security Risk Reference Model: an Experience in the Healthcare Sector
  • Snorre Fossland and John Krogstie. Modeling As-is, Ought-to-be and To-be – Experiences from a Case study in the Health Sector
  • Dirk van der Linden and Marc van Zee. The Practice of Design Decision Making in Enterprise Architecture
  • Felix Timm, Christina Köpp, Kurt Sandkuhl and Matthias Wißotzki. Initial Experiences in Developing a Reference Enterprise Architecture for Small and Medium-Sized Utilities


Short papers 2: Approaching Enterprise Modelling from New Angles

  • Pascal von Bergen, Knut Hinkelmann and Hans Friedrich Witschel. Adapting an Enterprise Architecture for Business Intelligence
  • Birger Lantow and Kurt Sandkuhl. From Visual Language to Ontology Representation: Using OWL for Transitivity Analysis in 4EM
  • Barbara Livieri, Nicola Guarino, Marco Zappatore, Giancarlo Guizzardi, Mario Bochicchio, Antonella Longo, Julio Cesar Nardi, Glaice Kelly Quirino, Monalessa Barcellos and Ricardo A. Falbo. Ontology-based Modeling of Cloud Services: Challenges and Perspectives
  • Frank Lillehagen and John Krogstie. Agile Design of Sustainable Networked Enterprises
  • Matus Korman, Robert Lagerström and Mathias Ekstedt. Modeling Authorization in Enterprise-wide Contexts