Concept Models: Who Are They For?
Extracted from Business Knowledge Blueprints: Enabling Your Data to Speak the Language of the Business, by Ronald G. Ross, 2020.
Who are concept models for? Let's start with all the people in the business who are key in keeping the business running. These people have the knowledge and need to own the concepts. These people might be in any of the roles in the table on the left below. Any or all of these roles can benefit from a concept model.
Then we get to people more closely associated with business transformation and software initiatives. These people might be in any of the roles in the table on the right below. These roles are perhaps more obvious.
Any or all of these roles can also benefit from a concept model. And yes, that means just about everyone in the business!
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