Business by Design
Business Architecture, as any methodology and framework, needs to be applied in a pragmatic and lean manner to be an effective tool for today's businesses. This presentation looks at Business Architecture and its journey â€“ and necessity â€“ to support a more agile approach to enterprise design.
Bridging Business Analysis and Business Architecture
To design business models of the future requires a comprehensive set of skills. The skills are diverse in nature and range from the typical business analysis delivery focused requirements management tools and techniques to the more business architect MBA style and business model innovation techniques. But how can we leverage the two skillsets to create more cohesion in the industry? Where is the overlap and is there a career path between the two? What about the frameworks that support these two disciplines?
Building a more Cohesive Organisation using Business Architecture
In shifting the focus away from enterprise architecture being seen purely as an IT discipline, organizations are beginning to formalise the development of business architecture practices and business architecture outcomes. This presentation will take the audience through an overview of some of the critical questions being asked by business and how these are addressed through the discipline of business architecture.
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