The English version of the Praxeme frame is now available at: catalogue.
The Praxeme Frame is a simple yet versatile tool that helps organization reflect on, model and conceive their business and systems, paving the way for an effective and sustainable transformation. (Savrak Sar)
Praxeme positions the definition of the enterprise values in the intentional aspect. It recommends a rigorous approach to these questions with separate analysis and design parts. The former consists in isolating the moral reality of the enterprise, to take advantage of it; the latter concerns the drafting of the discourse on the values (the societal responsibility of the enterprise…).
This document gathers together the preparatory thinking with a view to developing the axiological (= concerning the values) procedures planned in the Praxeme method.
It is available on the wiki.
The “Pragmatic aspect approach” guide completes Praxeme version 2. Based on the new version of the Enterprise System Topology, it specifies the relations between the pragmatic aspect and the intentional aspect and integrates the BPMN notation for process modeling.
The use case description form and its comments have also been published.
See the announcement page on the wiki.
Pierre Calvanèse, in charge of Praxeme’s development strategy within the board of Praxeme, is also a specialist in information systems governance and a COBIT expert. APMG, the international certification organization, recently interviewed him on the latest directions taken by COBIT 5. See the video (in French).
A new deliverable within the context of version 2:
- a process-description form;
- its instruction manual.
See the dedicated page.
This delivery contains a new qualification matrix concerning actor involvement (French form of the RACI).
The catalog of version 2 is online. It can be accessed via the “Download” menu.
The catalog presents all the components of the method, available or planned.
Publication of the annotated presentation “Introduction to SOA”, one of the 26 pedagogical sequences of the “SOA, design of a Service Oriented Architecture” course.
The new version of Praxeme is currently being developed, in accordance with the agreed schedule between the Praxeme Institute and the Interministerial Directorate for Information and Communications Systems (DISIC).
Please see the wiki.