Books About Business Architecture
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Written by 35 co-primary authors and 34 secondary authors, all members of the Business Architecture Guild.
The Business Architecture Guild® produces A Guide to the Business Architecture Body of Knowledge® (BIZBOK® Guide) in a series […]
Written by Pierre Hadaya and Bernard Gagnon
History has shown that having a competitive advantage is critical to the success and long-term viability of all organizations. However, creating and sustaining such an advantage is […]
by Gordon Barnett with Alex Cullen, Alex Kramer, Diane Lynch on Forrester’s website
The rise of business architecture (BA) involvement in shaping business strategy has driven a maturing business architecture body of knowledge. Today, many […]
Written by Frank F Kowalkowski (Author), Gil Laware (Author), William Ulrich (Author), Dr Michael Poulin (Author), Michael S Connor (Author), and Keith D Swenson (Foreword)
Widely held as the most important Business Architecture book to […]
written by Daniel Simon and Christian Schmidt
This book presents a comprehensive overview of enterprise architecture management with a specific focus on the business aspects. While recent approaches to enterprise architecture management have dealt mainly […]
Boardroom Lessons for 2015 Learned from 200 Market Leaders and Fast Followers
Constellation has surveyed over 200 CxOs and has identified the top 10 boardroom priorities for 2015. As anticipated, digital transformation has emerged as […]
Written by William Ulrich and Neal McWhorter
Organizations have grown so complex in recent years that it is difficult to visualize or understand how all of the parts fit together.
At the same time, executives want […]
Written by Bernard Morris
Whether you are about to embark on a major business transformation or you simply want to be better prepared for the next challenging period in your business organization, this book is […]
Written by Guy Sereff
This is a brief playbook for those interested in starting or formalizing an Enterprise Business Architecture practice within their current Enterprise Architecture function. This is a practical guide to getting started, […]