Hadi Kandjani
Hadi Kandjani
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Enterprise engineering and management at the crossroads
P Bernus, T Goranson, J Gøtze, A Jensen-Waud, H Kandjani, A Molina, ...
Computers in Industry 79, 87-102, 2016
472016
Enterprise architecture cybernetics and the edge of chaos: Sustaining enterprises as complex systems in complex business environments
H Kandjani, P Bernus, S Nielsen
2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 3858-3867, 2013
242013
Engineering self-designing enterprises as complex systems using extended axiomatic design theory
H Kandjani, P Bernus
IFAC Proceedings Volumes 44 (1), 11943-11948, 2011
242011
Using extended Axiomatic Design theory to reduce complexities in Global Software Development projects
H Kandjani, M Tavana, P Bernus, L Wen, A Mohtarami
Computers in Industry 67, 86-96, 2015
182015
Capability maturity model for collaborative networks based on extended axiomatic design theory
H Kandjani, P Bernus
Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, 421-427, 2011
172011
Enterprise architecture cybernetics for complex global software development: reducing the complexity of global software development using extended axiomatic design theory
H Kandjani, P Bernus, L Wen
2012 IEEE Seventh International Conference on Global Software Engineering …, 2012
132012
The enterprise architecture body of knowledge as an evolving discipline
H Kandjani, P Bernus
International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, 452-470, 2012
132012
Enterprise architecture cybernetics for collaborative networks: reducing the structural complexity and transaction cost via virtual brokerage
H Kandjani, L Wen, P Bernus
IFAC Proceedings Volumes 45 (6), 1233-1239, 2012
132012
Classification and comparison of strategic information systems planning methodologies: a conceptual framework
H Kandjani, A Mohtarami, MR Taghva, AE Andargoli
International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems (IJEIS) 10 (1), 1-10, 2014
102014
Co-evolution Path Model (CePM): sustaining enterprises as complex systems on the edge of chaos
H Kandjani, M Tavana, P Bernus, S Nielsen
Cybernetics and Systems 45 (7), 547-567, 2014
92014
Towards a cybernetic theory and reference model of self designing complex collaborative networks
H Kandjani, P Bernus
Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, 485-493, 2012
72012
Reducing the structural complexity and transaction cost of collaborative networks using extended axiomatic design theory and virtual brokerage
H Kandjani, P Bernus, L Wen
Concurrent Engineering 22 (4), 320-332, 2014
52014
Co-evolution path model: how enterprises as complex systems survive on the edge of chaos
H Kandjani, P Bernus, S Nielsen
52012
A Conceptual Framework to Classify Strategic Information Systems Planning Methodologies.
H Kandjani, A Mohtarami, AE Andargoli, R Shokoohmand
ICEIS (2), 190-196, 2013
42013
Analysis of Interoperability in the Queensland Disaster Management System.
AE Andargoli, P Bernus, H Kandjani
ICEIS (3), 310-317, 2013
32013
Crossing the communication barrier in global software development projects via global software development brokers
L Wen, H Kandjani, P Bernus
24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), 1-11, 2013
32013
Evolution of Enterprise Architecture Discipline-Towards a Unified Developing Theory of Enterprise Architecture Body of Knowledge as an Evolving Discipline
H Kandjani, P Bernus
International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems 2, 145-154, 2012
32012
Enterprises as Complex Systems: Extended Axiomatic Design Theory and its Application in Enterprise Architecture Practice
H Kandjani, P Bernus, L Wen
A Systemic Perspective to Managing Complexity with Enterprise Architecture …, 2014
22014
Cybernetics of the collaborative networks discipline
H Kandjani, P Bernus
Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, 247-256, 2013
22013
Sustaining Information Systems as a Discipline: Towards an Evolving Theory of Information Systems Discipline.
H Kandjani, P Bernus
PACIS, 263, 2013
22013
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