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Enterprise and Business Architecture Together with Chalon Mullins

Full Member Watch the full interview HERE Chalon Mullins' focus is on using a full range approach to architecture to address pressing business issues. He have a strong interest appropriate use of technology and agile but rigorous processes. He's generally been on the forefront of technology, and helped organizations adapt and apply it appropriately. He

Business Architecture with Laura Ludwick

Full Member Watch the full interview HERE We apply business architecture to align IT strategy to our Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) Portfolio. The business architecture blueprint helps in strategizing initiatives, investments, and goals. We call the enterprise level architecture runway architecture or identify value stream solution frameworks. The sizes of these undertakings are architecturally and

35 Concepts that Affect Organizational Transformation Efforts

by ARSALAN KHAN Organizational transformation entails understanding where the organization is today and where it wants to be in the future in terms of people, products/services, processes and technologies. In order to accomplish this transformation, we have to determine the organization’s ‘eligibility’ by assessing its strategy, politics, innovation, culture and execution (SPICE) factors. The SPICE

5 Questions to Ask About Your Business Processes

by ARSALAN KHAN The term business process is used to describe the connectivity of the various “steps” performed to achieve a certain goal. These steps are performed by information systems (e.g., calculate products sold per region), individuals (e.g., print/read reports) or a combination of both. The basis for these steps comes from policies (e.g., thou

LESSONS FROM THE PIONEERS: HOW TO BUILD A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE PRACTICE

by Whynde Kuehn Business architecture is becoming a critical discipline for bridging the gap between strategy and execution. As a result, many organizations are establishing their own internal business architecture practices. For some, this can be a long and turbulent journey. I have had the pleasure and honor to work alongside many companies over the