Pragmatic Model

Model of all or part of the pragmatic aspect of a system

Introduction to the notion

A pragmatic model describes all or part of the enterprise activities, as well as the organization it has put into place to manage these activities.

The term “pragmatic” matches “semantic”. In semiotics, while the semantics deals with meaning, the pragmatics studies the signs in real life. The term “pragmatic” is derived from the Greek root “pragma” which means “action”. It was chosen over “organizational” because the latter only refers to part of that which is included in this aspect.

The pragmatic aspect of a given enterprise can be the focus of one or several pragmatic models.

Related terms: pragmatic aspect, organization, functional.

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