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Q1. Do you have an established and executable Enterprise Architecture process in place?






Q2. Do you have a well defined, widely accepted Enterprise Architecture Governance process in place?






Q3. Do you have a well established taxonomy that is aligned with your stakeholders’ concerns and expectations?





Q4. Is your Enterprise Architecture documentation covering all the layers, namely, Strategy, Business, Data, Application and Technology?






Q5. Are you currently using an Enterprise Architecture Tool to document your architectural artefacts, relate those artefacts, and analyse the impact of any change on your architectural landscape?






Q6. Are you communicating the content of your Enterprise Architecture electronically to everybody in the organization?






Q7. Are you currently using any modeling notations to ensure consistency between models?






Q8. Do you have visibility on the current and emerging business trends and how they are impacting your business, application and technology landscape?






Q9. Do you have visibility on the current and emerging technology trends and how they are impacting your business, application and technology landscape?






Q10. Are you using a specific mechanism to assess the gaps between your Current State and Future State Architectures?






Q11. Do you have well defined implementation and project roadmaps that will ensure the fulfilment of those gaps?






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Q1. How would you rate your current Architecture Breadth?






Q2. How would you describe the detail and depth of your current architecture?






Q3. To what level of Governance does you architecture currently function?






Q4. When starting an EA initiative, what levels of disclosure do you operate?






Q5. How important is architecture compliance to taken into account?






Q6. How much awareness or involvement does C-Level management have of current initiatives?






Q7. How much awareness or involvement do other Business Unit Managers have of current initatives?






Q8. How much awareness or involvement do you internal IT Infrastructure teams have of current initiaties?






Q9. Are there any plans or processess for documenting and communicating the architecture with stakeholders?






Q10. To what extent are enterprise architecture roles supported and nurtured within the enterprise?






Q11. How established is your current architecture development process?






Q12. How well does your architecture develpment with other processes?






Q13. How would you describe the process for executing your architecture roadmap?






Q14. How would you describe the planning horizon of your architecture?






Q15. What level is your cycle frequency and maintenance currently at?






Q16. Do you have visibility on the current and emerging business trends and how they are impacting your business, application and technology landscape?






Q17. Do you have visibility on the current and emerging business trends and how they are impacting your business, application and technology landscape?






Q18. Is there a strategic intention identified and documented for your business and artchitecture?






Q19. How would you describe your architecture requirement planning?






Q20. How are architecture principles linked to your requirements?






Q21. Do you have models and diagrams to document your future state architecture?






Q22. To what extent have you done a gap and impact analysis?






Q23. To what level are your migration plans prepared?






Q24. How involved are the architecture team in ensuring implimentation governance?






Q25. How much is the business value identified, assessed, documented and considered as a driver for your enterprise architecture vision?






Q26. How is enterprise architecture currently viewed across the enterprise?






Q27. What kind of architecture framework does the enterprise currently have?






Q28. How is your enterprise architecture currently organised and documented across the business?






Q29. What skill set does your enterprise architecture team currently have?






Q30. Do you currently have any tools or software specifically for documenting your enterprise architecture?






Q31. How does the wider business view the enterprise architecture team within your organization?






Q32. How much reporting and analysis is conducted into the impact of changing your enterprise architecture?






Q33. How much understanding do you have of the financial efficiency of your architecture?






Q34. Is there a plan to measure and review the impact of the enterprise architecture program?






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