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Hossein Kalantar


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  Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands                                                                    
    Exchange Researcher at Department of Systems Engineering                                                                                      Feb - Dec 2011

    Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden
Master of Science in Engineering and Management of Information Systems                                                           Sep 2009 - Jan 2011

   University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran
    Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Engineering                                                                                  Sep 2004 - Jun 2009


Master Thesis:  Agile Enterprise Engineering

    Prof. Joseph Barjis (Chair of SIGMAS and EOMAS)
    Prof. Paul Johannesson
(Head of SYSLAB)


    Modern enterprises operate in ever-growing dynamic, changing, and competitive environment. These factors demand from modern
    enterprises an agility quality, but what is agility when considering such a complex phenomenon as an enterprise. This thesis tries to
    develop a generic conceptual model for defining an agile enterprise from a socio-technical point of view, which resulted in a framework
    for designing an agile enterprise. The proposed framework is based on literature review and interview with industry experts. An extensive
    literature study is conducted with the purpose of eliciting notions, properties, and concepts surrounding enterprise agility. A literature
    based conceptual framework is synthesized by analysis of notions, concepts, and properties attributed to enterprise agility, which clarifies
    interrelation between different concepts and aspects of agility. The proposed framework separates different aspects of enterprise agility.
    Then, the framework is validated and modified through nine semi-structured expert interviews to conform to the real world. Finally,
    “enterprise ontology,” “normalized systems,” and “control organizations” are discussed as necessary theoretical foundations for addressing
    the different aspects of the proposed framework.

Master Courses:
    Download the courses descriptions here.

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