Print Email Facebook Twitter A Framework for Measuring the Alignment between Business Models and Business Processes in Software Development Companies Title A Framework for Measuring the Alignment between Business Models and Business Processes in Software Development Companies Author Stoilov, I. Contributor Tan, Y. (mentor) De Reuver, G.A. (mentor) Van der Duin, P.A. (mentor) Solaimani, H. (mentor) Hosseini, S. (mentor) Faculty Technology, Policy and Management Department ICT Programme Management of Technology Date 2013-08-29 Abstract Currently, there are plenty of tools and frameworks of measuring the strategic alignment of a company – the consistency between the corporate strategy and its business processes. However, no one has proposed a tool for measuring the alignment between a business model and business processes. This research project aims to fill this gap in the literature by developing a framework that enables the creation of performance measurement systems which aim at measuring the alignment between a company’s business model and its business processes. The framework we propose will be targeted at software development companies. We build our framework following the design-oriented research paradigm and one full design cycle was completed. The framework we built was applied to a real-live case in Dutch company. We build an business model / business processes alignment measurement system there and evaluated it with the help of employees of the company. Subject business modelbusiness processesalignmentperformance measurementmeasurement systemVIP framework To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:2a4f7805-286f-4dfa-94f4-659874537398 Access restriction Campus only Part of collection Student theses Document type master thesis Rights (c) 2013 Stoilov, I.