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To succeed, a business needs to transition its goals into beneficial outcomes. Goals, in being realised, need to be supported by business capability which describes what a business is able to do and services which leverage combined capabilities to define … Continue reading
The effectiveness of an operational Enterprise Architecture should be measured just like any other business initiative that has been put into production. Unless there is a demonstrable benefit to the business it will always be regarded as an overhead and … Continue reading
In the ‘ideal world’ all business activity would be undertaken in a manner that moved the business closer to achieving its ‘vision’ in an efficient and most cost effective manner. Unfortunately, living in the ‘real world’, the truth falls far … Continue reading