By Jay Ramanathan, Rajiv Ramnath
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To achieve resilience, the underlying service Agents - suppliers, servers, etc. - have to ensure that potential problems are identified well in advance of the failure and processes are followed for remedial action. Characteristics of an Adaptive Complex Enterprisese ACE and BioS Traceability: Here we introduce and define the Adaptive Complex Enterprise (or ACE) r Framework as a conceptual way to view any services enterprise. The term ‘complex’ is used as in Complexity Theory. By acknowledging the fact that a system is complex we look for simple, recursive patterns for managing more effectively.
But, I feel I have no visibility into what new business I can take on and how it will impact current operations. I am frustrated by the use of spreadsheets which contain valuable status information! Within organizations that handle non-routine Requests, managers and workers in diverse professions – health care, telecommunications, aircraft manufacturing, software development, financial services, insurance, banking, and clothing - can all relate to this. The response process for a non-routine Request often takes on a life of its own because Murphy’s Law prevails in the real world.
The cycles are accomplished by Agent Interactions and the resulting value contributions met from the perspective of the BioS stakeholders. Copyright © 2009, IGI Global, distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of IGI Global is prohibited. 12 Ramanathan & Ramnath Figure 5. The BioS value chain for tactical operations is identified by the inner arrows. The continual improvement of BioS during the service life-cycle is illustrated by the outer dashed arrows. These arrows refine those in Figure 4.