The need for Business design to underpin strategic and operational agility
Agility is here to stay. But dig a little deeper and you will see that fundamental strategic, structural and cultural issues exist that often prevent success within large organizations. Some organizations have learnt the hard way when it comes to the missing pieces of the puzzle around organizational agility. I was recently asked by a new-ways-of-working team to help them apply business design to create the target operating model needed to enable structural, operational and strategic agility. Is this the secret sauce that’s been missing in the agility conversations? In this talk I’ll discuss the broader issues around agility when creating the adaptive and fast learning organization. And discuss the "secret sauce" that is missing when it comes to business heuristics and patterns. I will also look at the areas where agility is succeeding and failing and discuss the need for multi-disciplinary architects that can help with the transition across strategic, business and delivery lenses.
Using Business Architecture to enable customer experience and digital strategy
Digital disruption is shifting business model design from a focus on product profitability to a stronger focus on customer experience and lifetime value. The presentation looks at environmental pressures caused by digital disruption and identifies how to use business architecture and business design to address these changes. It covers business architecture for digital strategy, customer-driven value chains, re-writing of the 4Ps of the marketing mix, and the nine laws of disruption and how they affect business model design. Craig also investigates the changes afoot with strategic business planning and Enterprise Architecture, which are experiencing their own form of disruption. Will Enterprise Architecture as we know it become a commodity too?
Design in Business Overview
An introduction into the Design in Business Course for Architects and Analysts within the ACS EA WG
Business by Design Canvas Journey
This presentation contains the introduction material and canvasses for the business by design training course. This pack was presented to the IIBA professional day in Melbourne on October 2016
Creating Agile Organizations Using Hybrid Thinking
This presentation covers the combination of the design thinking, architecture thinking and agile thinking disciplines into a combined discipline needed to create the true agile organization.
Bringing Architecture Thinking to the People
Capability based planning is incomplete unless we address the optimum mix of people, process and tools to drive out the target outcome of that capability. This presentation will look at a case study from within the Australian market in which Business Capability Based Planning was applied to assess people capabilities and organisation preparedness to support a target business model. It will also discuss some of the more effective people levers that can be applied to deliver more impactful and long lasting architectural change.
Design of Business in an Age of Disruption
This presentation will look at the emergence of design led strategic planning approaches that merge disciplines to help business decision makers test the viability of ideas and strategies, and play these out within an organisation to determine the high value positions necessary to succeed in the market. In this paper we explore on the fusion of design thinking, business design and enterprise architecture to help organizations address these challenges.
An Introduction into the Design of Business using Business Architecture
Business Architecture is gaining interest from many non-traditional architecture stakeholders across the enterprise however most remain unclear of its scope and application. This webinar was presented through the Open Group as lead up to the London 2013 Conference on business transformation. It provides an overview of the language, methods and techniques of developing a business architecture and assist architects to demonstrate its relevance to business leaders. It also provides an insight into the method and techniques taught in the "Discovering Business Architecture" course run by Enterprise Architects
Driving your Business Analysis Career
In this presentation we look at the career path of a Business Analyst and how they can make the transition to a Business Architect.
Looking for Disruptive Business Models in Higher Education
How might we use the techniques of Business and Enterprise Design to develop innovative potential business models for Higher Education. What techniques can we use to tap into the organisation, community and customers to build the Education businesses of the future.
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