Building an Enterprise Business Architecture Function within the Broader Enterprise Architecture Context

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It's important for architects, business analysts, technology leaders and business operators to understand how to improve their Business Architecture function within the broader context of their Enterprise Architecture function. Without going into a prescriptive approach about which methodology to follow, this paper will discuss four guiding principles to help any organization build a more effective Business Architecture practice at the enterprise level. These guiding principles include:

  • Take A Business Centric Approach
  • Establish and Apply Process Discipline
  • Create a Stakeholder Community
  • Create Discipline through Traceability and Governance

Before diving into the principles, Guy Sereff takes a brief look at how Enterprise Business Architecture fits into the broader context of Enterprise Architecture as a means of grounding our conversation. He wraps up by considering what success looks like and where to get started.

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