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Travelled to:
1 × Brazil
1 × Cyprus
1 × France
1 × Korea
1 × Portugal
1 × Taiwan
2 × USA
Collaborated with:
J.Schelp C.Braun F.Wortmann S.Kurpjuweit B.Strauch U.Baumöl R.Jung A.Cleven M.Hafner
Talks about:
architectur (3) engin (3) enterpris (2) construct (2) approach (2) method (2) integr (2) design (2) manag (2) case (2)

Person: Robert Winter

DBLP DBLP: Winter:Robert

Contributed to:

SAC 20112011
SAC 20092009
SAC 20082008
SAC 20072007
SAC 20062006
SAC 20052005
SAC 20042004
ICEIS v2 20012001
SAC 19981998

Wrote 9 papers:

SAC-2011-ClevenWW #analysis #design #performance #problem #process
Process performance management: illuminating design issues through a systematic problem analysis (AC, RW, FW), pp. 280–286.
SAC-2009-KurpjuweitW #architecture #re-engineering
Concern-oriented business architecture engineering (SK, RW), pp. 265–272.
SAC-2008-WinterS #approach #architecture #enterprise
Enterprise architecture governance: the need for a business-to-IT approach (RW, JS), pp. 548–552.
SAC-2007-BraunW #architecture #enterprise #integration
Integration of IT service management into enterprise architecture (CB, RW), pp. 1215–1219.
SAC-2006-WinterS #design #modelling #perspective
Reference modeling and method construction: a design science perspective (RW, JS), pp. 1561–1562.
SAC-2005-BraunWHW #approach
Method construction — a core approach to organizational engineering (CB, FW, MH, RW), pp. 1295–1299.
SAC-2004-WinterS #requirements
Information requirements engineering for data warehouse systems (RW, BS), pp. 1359–1365.
ICEIS-v2-2001-BaumolW #network
Intentions Value Network (UB, RW), pp. 1075–1080.
SAC-1998-JungW #automation #concept #development #integration #novel #tool support #towards #web
CASE for Web sites: towards an integration of traditional case concepts and novel development tools (RJ, RW), pp. 726–731.

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