This is a three-part series that discusses how our vocabulary affects the way we conceptualize Enterprise Architecture, Business Architecture and their relationship. This second installment will examine the effect of our definition of enterprise on how we think about EA.
In part 1 of a three-part series, The Open Group Vice President of Skills and Capabilities Len Fehskens discusses how our vocabulary affects the way we conceptualize Enterprise Architecture, Business Architecture and their relationship.
Alex Osterwalder, entrepreneur, “Business Model Generation” author and creator of the Business Model Canvas, discusses how enterprise architects can contribute to business models. He suggests that there needs to be a bridge between Enterprise Architecture and the highest strategic level of business, bringing strategic and implementation concepts together.
Earlier this year, a white paper was published on the integration of TOGAF® and BIAN, the framework of the Banking Industry Architecture Network. So how does a white paper help practicing architects in banks?
How can you use the tools of Enterprise Architecture and open standards to improve the capability of your company doing business? The Day 2 speakers of The Open Group Conference in Washington, D.C. addressed this question, focusing on Enterprise Transformation.
By Andrew Josey, The Open Group, Henry Franken, BiZZdesign ArchiMate® 2.0, an Open Group Standard, is an upwards-compatible evolution from ArchiMate 1.0 adding new features,