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When exploring multiple new opportunities, it is common business practice to ‘pick the low hanging fruit’, or, identify the ‘quick wins’. Whilst it is easy to rationalise that these will benefit the business and provide a faster return on investment, … Continue reading
Having an established set of Business Values is crucial to keeping an organisation focused on how it is going to achieve what has been defined in its goals and objectives. Adherence to Business Values will strongly influence the behaviour of … Continue reading
All businesses, ranging from the ‘one man show’ through to multinationals and governments, can succeed or fail on the back of the decisions that they are constantly on call to deliver. The quality of the decisions that are made has … Continue reading
Many members of a business community with access to an Enterprise Architecture see it as an overhead that ‘gets in the way’ of them ‘doing their job. As an overhead it is seen as something apart from their ‘Business As … Continue reading
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