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The ability to deliver effective capabilities is at the heart of any successful business. Capabilities do not come into being perfectly formed but tend to mature as the perceived need for them becomes more apparent. Driven by both external … Continue reading
Establishing an effective Enterprise or Business Architecture within an organisation is in much need having achieved behavioural maturity as it is in achieving process maturity. As, when progressing through the various CMMI maturity levels to achieve optimised business processes, there … Continue reading
Business Architecture is neither the after-thought nor the financial overhead that many within an organisation regard it as being. Whereas it is widely accepted that the development of an Enterprise Architecture enables the efficient deployment of Information Technology the development … Continue reading