Many companies have stumbled from one failed IT initiative to the next, not knowing why their plans never align with execution. In this video, learn how enterprises that want to create an EA organization must be able to articulate why EA is necessary, and the value it provides.
- Eventually companies outgrow consulting … and contracting for strategic decision making. … This is the point at which companies investigate … the creation of an in-house EA team. … Now creating an EA team … isn't a one-size-fits-all off-the-rack effort. … Requirements are highly context sensitive … so every EA team must be custom fitted … to its enterprise. … Let's think about how to articulate the value … of EA to business executives, managers … and everyone else. … Imagine that you're an enterprise executive. … What value should you get from EA? … The answer starts with alignment … between corporate mission and product development. … Development teams often gets lost in the weeds … developing systems, their job … is to focus on technology. … This can get disconnected from business value over time. … EA helps to keep the overall effort focused … on delivering real business value. … Another important benefit … is the constant evaluation of changing requirements … and the technology available to support them …
- Why do enterprises need architecture?
- How do enterprise architects add value in an organization?
- Application, solution, and enterprise architecture
- Pursuing EA as a career
- Working with EA frameworks and practices
- Integrating EA with process systems
- Creating a new EA organization