Take a look at this 18-page presentation entitled "Golden Thread: Understanding the Architecture of Change" made made by Al Cooke & Caroline Griffin during the Business Architecture Innovation Summit on June 7, 2017 in Brussels Belgium.
Take a look at this 39-page presentation entitled "Adopting a Systems Thinking Approach for Managing Business Architecture Risks" made by Athanasios-Nektarios Gkionis from the European Commission during the Business Architecture Innovation Summit on June 7, 2017 in Brussels Belgium.
Take a look at this 12-page presentation entitled "Social Security Administration (SSA) Online Services Roadmap Process" made by Subodh Atal and Lynn Newton during the Business Architecture Innovation Summit on March 21, 2017 in Reston VA.
by Erin Crean on LinkedIn Pulse
"If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it."
It's a great saying. And one, like so many others, which has come into question lately - who said it; is that the actual saying; did the person really believe it? That's not important here. What is important is that it [...]
Business Architecture and the Customer Experience: A Comprehensive Approach for Turning Customer Needs into Action
Business Architecture Guild® White Paper written by Mike Clark, Whynde Kuehn, Chalon Mullins and Eric Spellman
Customer experience (CX) can be defined as your customers’ perceptions – both conscious and subconscious – of their relationship with your brand resulting from all their interactions with your brand during the customer life cycle. These interactions include [...]
Presentation made by Navid Kheradmand from AGLC at the 2016 Business Architecture Innovation Summit.
Take a look and download this 23-page long slide deck entitled "Leveraging Business Architecture to enable Transformation" here.
Written by Daniel Lambert
In an article entitled “Business Analysts and Business Architecture”  published earlier this year in the Business Analyst Times, I got a comment from Duane Banks, a Business Analyst at United. I had shown a graphic were Business Analysts were only involved in some operation planning and mostly in delivery and [...]
by Daniel Lambert in Business Analysts Times
BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE: FROM CHAOS TO PROCESSES
Large corporations try to make sense from chaos that surrounds them by understanding their environments, finding rules of thumb, implementing robust, repeatable, replicable processes and ultimately optimize their profits. This reality gets to be more complicated with large corporations. It involves numerous professionals [...]
Slide deck made by Paula Mihalek, Enterprise Architect at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
Take a look at this 18-slides presentation about Leveraging Business Architecture for Business Requirements Management on Business Architecture Guild's website here.
written by Daniel Lambert
Business Architecture: from Chaos to Processes
Large corporations try to make sense from chaos that surrounds them by understanding their environments, finding rules of thumb, implementing robust, repeatable, replicable processes and ultimately optimize their profits. This reality gets to be more complicated with large corporations. It involves numerous professionals within the corporation [...]