Leveraging Business Architecture
City: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
How can you assure that management direction which is based on the external landscape (and the ecosystem) leads to satisfying executional results? Will the organization achieve the desired improvement in performance? Will you get more than just a pile of documentation from analysts with no conclusions or recommendations? How will the current emerging business architecture discipline help the situation?
Managers know that the relationships between various organization things (components) are critical to business’ performance. Management directs, allocates, and structures these components in ways to improve the organization’s execution and performance. Knowing these structured relationships between components (the ‘architecture’) helps drive business transformation, excellence and success today.
The End to End Architecture (E2EA) approach leverages both business architecture and enterprise architecture by providing a systematic roadmap to successful execution of organizational initiatives and projects. A formal approach assures that properly applied analytic techniques achieve a predictable and appropriate outcome.
Management needs a firm understanding of how external influencing factors impact the organization. The set of factors that influence the organization define its ‘Ecosystem’. Today, management has access to a number of emerging architecture disciplines and tools that support strategic goals. The increasing trend towards the digital enterprise, executable strategic direction and business architecture are now a significant part of business management and planning. Some examples of architecture documentation and analytics tools used today are provided through demonstration to solidify your understanding of such implementations
- From November 16, 2016 08:30 to November 17, 2016 18:00
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