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A Firm’s Competitive Strategy Starts with its Value Proposition Described by its Value Chain Model

By Donald Jess This value proposition and required capabilities can be identified using the Strategic Capability Networks. The capabilities must be in alignment with a consistent Enterprise Operations Model with regard to the extent of business process integration and standardization. Capabilities execution is enabled by a portfolio of underlying enabling services. The capability the enabling

The Right Fit: The Enterprise Architect Selection Dilemma

By Paul T. Preiss “Who in the world am I? Ah that’s the great puzzle” Lewis Carroll – Alice in Wonderland A December 2013 article by Joe McKendrick on ZDNet “What Employers Want from Enterprise Architects” focuses on the Enterprise Architect role for businesses. The article cites an increasing demand for talented Enterprise Architects supported

Free EBook: Fast Data and the New Enterprise Data Architecture

Data Is Everywhere The digitization of the world has fueled unprecedented growth in data, much of it driven by the global explosion of mobile data sources and the Internet of Things (IoT). Each day, more devices—from smartphones to cars to electric grids—are being connected and interconnected. It is safe to predict that within the next

Capabilities Guidebook: Business Valuation

By: Board of Education Description: Business valuation of technology is the process of systematic assessment of tangible and intangible value anticipated and arising from investments in information technology. It is the capability of determining how and when to invest in particular technology directions and how to manage the overall portfolio of technology investments. Business valuation