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Manage Complexity

Simplify, Simulate, Accelerate


Designing Your Digital Twin

Change is Becoming More Complex

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Manage Change & Simplify Complexity

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  • Start with the basic building blocks for defining the core components for a business domain.

  • Every organization has four basic components (building blocks) used to create products, deliver services, and run:

  • Strategy - this is where planning begins

  • Execution - used to implement changes per the plan

  • Operation - established processes for building and delivering the products and services for customers

  • Measurement - monitoring, analysis, and insights used to guide decision making (feeds into strategy)

Now, that we understand how to create the basic building blocks, we can begin erecting the scaffolding for each Business Domain


  • Domain Model for erecting the scaffolding for Digital Twin

  • Used as the scaffolding to build the EKG

  • Bounded set of context & scenarios

  • Extensions to other Domains (I/O)

As more business domains are established, a larger picture of the digital landscape emerges. This larger landscape is called a digital twin. It provides an organization with an ability to run simulations, find root causes, and analyze the impact of changes that occur in the organization or from outside forces (in real-time and simultaneously). 

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Each of the domains represents a set of scaffolding that can be presented as an information model. As these domains are integrated (woven together), they form a tapestry of knowledge graphs. The holistic representation of the business evolves into an Enterprise Knowledge Graph. 


Enterprise Knowledge Graph (EKG):

  • Correlation is NOT Causality

  • Semantics & Contextual Relevance

  • Preserve Relationships and Perspective 

  • Organic Model of Stakeholder Knowledge 

  • Simulation Topology for assess

Contact us so we can help your organization manage complexity and navigate the accelerating pace of change.

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