Publications

The Gill Framework® is a living artifact and is continuously updated in response to always changing business, economic, social, political and technology landscape. Its components have been evolved, presented and published from time to time in both industry and academic outlets. The following are some of the key publications.

Books

  • Gill, A.Q. 2015, Adaptive Cloud Enterprise Architecture. World Scientific Publishing Co.
  • Gill, A.Q. 2012, The Gill Framework: Adaptive Enterprise Architecture Toolkit [Kindle Edition].
  • Gill, A.Q. 2011, Enterprise Agile Adoption and Improvement: A Comprehensive Information Guide to Agile System Development Strategy and Implementation, LAP.

Book Chapters

  • Gill, A.Q. 2017, ‘Applying Agility and Living Service Systems Thinking to Enterprise Architecture’ in Decision Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. Information Resources Management Association, IGI, USA, pp. 487-502.
  • von Rosing, M., von Scheel, J. & Gill, A.Q. 2015, ‘Applying Agile Principles to BPM’ in Elliot, S. (ed), The Complete Business Process Handbook: Body of Knowledge from Process Modeling to BPM, Elsevier Inc., USA, pp. 553-577.
  • von Rosing, M., Scheer, A., von Scheel, H., Svendsen, A.D.M., Kokkonen, A., Ross, A.M., Bøgebjerg, A.F., Olsen, A., Dicks, A., Gill, A.Q. & et al. 2015, ‘Business Process Trends’ in Elliot, S. (ed), The Complete Business Process Handbook: Body of Knowledge from Process Modeling to BPM, Elsevier Inc., USA, pp. 187-216.
  • Gill, A.Q. & Bunker, D. 2013, ‘SaaS Requirements Engineering for Agile Development’, Agile and Lean Service-Oriented Development: Foundations, Theory, and Practice, IGI, USA, pp. 64-93.

Industry Articles

  • Gill, A.Q. 2014, ‘Agile Enterprise Architecture Modeling’, Orbus Software. Industry White Paper.
  • Gill, A.Q. 2013, ‘Defining a Social Architecture within the Enterprise Architecture Context’, Orbus Software.
    Industry White Paper.
  • Gill, A.Q. 2013, ‘Defining a Facility Architecture within the Agile Enterprise Architecture Context’, Orbus Software.
    Industry White Paper.
  • Gill, A.Q., 2012. A decision to adopt. CIO Magazine, (Sep/Oct 2012), p.32.
  • Gill, A.Q. and Livingstone, R., 2012. Demanding times. CIO, (Mar/Apr 2012), p.64.
Academic Articles
  • Korhonen, J.J., Lapalme, J., McDavid, D. and Gill, A.Q., 2016, August. Adaptive enterprise architecture for the future: Towards a reconceptualization of EA. In Business Informatics (CBI), 2016 IEEE 18th Conference on (Vol. 1, pp. 272-281). IEEE.
  • Gill, A.Q., Chew, E.K., Kricker, D. and Bird, G., 2016, August. Adaptive Enterprise Resilience Management: Adaptive Action Design Research in Financial Services Case Study. In Business Informatics (CBI), 2016 IEEE 18th Conference on (Vol. 1, pp. 113-122). IEEE.
  • Gill, A.Q., Phennel, N., Lane, D. and Phung, V.L., 2016. IoT-enabled emergency information supply chain architecture for elderly people: The Australian context. Information Systems, 58, pp.75-86.
  • Gill, A.Q., Henderson-Sellers, B. and Niazi, M., 2016. Scaling for agility: A reference model for hybrid traditional-agile software development methodologies. Information Systems Frontiers, pp.1-27.
  • Gill, A.Q., 2015. Agile enterprise architecture modelling: Evaluating the applicability and integration of six modelling standards. Information and Software Technology, 67, pp.196-206.
  • Gill, A.Q., Chew, E., Bird, G. and Kricker, D., 2015, July. An Agile Service Resilience Architecture Capability: Financial Services Case Study. In Business Informatics (CBI), 2015 IEEE 17th Conference on (Vol. 1, pp. 209-216). IEEE.
  • Gill, A.Q., Alam, S.L. and Eustace, J., 2015. Social Architecture: An Emergency Management Case Study. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 19.
  • Gill, A.Q., 2015, September. Learning Enterprise Agile Software Engineering: Scaling Agility at the Enterprise Level. In Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC), 2015 24th Australasian (pp. 148-154). IEEE.
  • Gill, A.Q. 2015, ‘Adaptive Enterprise Architecture Driven Agile Development’, International Conference on Information Systems Development, Department of Information Systems, City University of Hong Kong, Harbin, China.

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