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The Business Architecture Metamodel Guide

June, 2020 |
Establishing and scale a robust business architecture practice requires a formal, highly functioning business knowledgebase. This paper defines the underlying structure and metamodel required to establish and scale your knowledgebase.....
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Scaling Business Architecture: Establishing a Foundation for Success

January, 2020 |
Business architecture is taking off globally, with early and mid-stage adopters now positioned to scale business architecture across business units and initiatives. Impediments to scaling business architecture are linked to the lack of a foundational perspective, which hampers opportunities to apply the discipline and achieve the successes that follow....
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Aligning Operating Models with Strategy Using Business Architecture

December, 2019 |
Organizations often struggle with how best to utilize the resources available to optimize their results. Any strategic plan is likely to be incomplete without identifying and defining an appropriate business model as well as its underlying operating model....
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Value Streams and Business Processes: The Business Architecture Perspective

December, 2019 |
As it becomes more engaged in formalizing the operating models of the enterprise, the business process community has rapidly expanded its purview to consider a number of business architecture domains such as information modeling and business capabilities in its set of tools... Read More

Aligning Business Architecture and the Scaled Agile Framework®

March, 2017 |
Today’s business environment demands sound decision-making and quick follow through to address global competition and rapid market disruption. In response, more organizations seek proven frameworks to achieve agility, enabling them to remain competitive and innovative....
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Graceful Paws: An Example of How to Apply Business Architecture in a Startup Organization

January, 2017 |
Business architecture principles, techniques, and artifacts were used to define and design a new startup business: the nonprofit “Graceful Paws”. The purpose of this document is to illustrate the value that business architecture can bring to the business design process - for startups as well as established entities....
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Business Architecture and the Customer Experience: A Comprehensive Approach

October, 2016|
Customer experience (CX) can be defined as your customers’ perceptions of their relationship with your brand during the customer life cycle. An organization’s performance with regards to CX is typically measured by the individual's or organization’s experience across all points of contact with the business against their experience and expectations....
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Linking Business Models with Business Architecture to Drive Innovation

August, 2015 |
Organizations are expanding their focus from products and processes to business models to remain competitive in the face of shrinking product life cycles and growing market uncertainties and embracing the business model concept in strategic planning, accompanied by a greater focus on customers and corresponding value propositions.....
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Business Architecture and Agile Methodologies

January, 2015 |
The increasing pace of business innovation continues to push organizations to evaluate business models that will meet stakeholders’ demands. As utilization of agile methodologies becomes more prevalent it is important to understand the benefits to be gained from aligning business architecture and agile methodologies....
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Business Architecture and BPM: Differentiation and Reconciliation

October, 2014 |
Imagine holding your hand at arm’s length in front of your face and blocking your view of the earth, the entire earth? Astronauts can do that. The world below them looks drastically different from their perspective. They see the whole earth. Today’s business architects, business analysts and BPM practitioners need a shared astronaut’s perspective....
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Leveraging Business Architecture to Improve Business Requirements Analysis

March, 2014 |
Most organizations treat requirements management as a means towards an end for projects and/or programs. Successful organizations tend to think about requirements management as a corporate capability and the data that is captured as a corporate asset, which can be carefully nurtured, validated, warehoused, and mined....
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