Glossary.

A helpful A-Z glossary listing key Business and IT transformation terms and technical definitions..

  • Abstract Process

    An Abstract Process represents interactions between a private business process and another process or participant.
  • Abstraction

    Abstraction is a technique for producing a high-level summarization or generalization of more complex or detailed topics or content.
  • Activity

    An Activity is work performed by an organization using business processes. An activity can be atomic or non-atomic (compound). Types of activities used within Process Models include Process, Sub-Process, and Task.
  • Activity Cost Worksheet

    Activity Cost Worksheets are a matrix that are used to analyze various costs of a set of activities.
  • Actor

    An Actor is a normally used to define a physical or quasi-physical entity, such as a person, organization, or system.
  • Ad Hoc Workflow System

    An Ad Hoc Workflow System is a type of workflow system that waits on users to indicate what should happen next.

How To Start and Organize A New Enterprise Architecture Team

Feb 26, 2021, 16:35 PM by Orbus Software
What’s the very first step to enabling Enterprise Architecture? It’s not choosing a framework or picking an EA tool, but assembling a team of enterprise architects. This eBook explains how to find, hire, organize and manage a team of enterprise architects, covering their skills & salaries, the supporting elements and the different methods of arranging architecture work.

What’s the very first step to enabling Enterprise Architecture (EA)?

No, it’s not choosing a framework or picking an EA tool; before an organization does anything, they’ll need to actually have a team of enterprise architects.

How do organizations put together a well-functioning and capable team? EA is a more complicated domain than most other areas of business, with more specialized staffing requirements. Just hiring a few experienced architects and throwing them at a problem is likely to end in disaster.

In this eBook, we’ll explain precisely how to find, hire, organize and manage a team of enterprise architects, covering their skills & salaries, the supporting elements and the different methods of arranging architecture work.

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  • The 7 skill areas essential for a good enterprise architect
  • How domain and technical architects fit in
  • Arguments around the size of an EA team
  • Why centralized and de-centralized teams can both work in the right situation

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