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The processes for implementing a successful enterprise architecture are described, using an enterprise architecture tool.

The processes for implementing a successful enterprise architecture are described, using an enterprise architecture tool.

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  • Value Reference Model Enterprise Architecture
  • Value Reference Model Value Reference ModelPlanning Governing Executing Strategy Business Human Value Chain Product Supply Chain Customer Governing Governing Resources Governing Development Governing Relations Governing Governing Governing Strategy & Vision Setting Enterprise Architecture Services
  • Enterprise ArchitecturePRM Obtain Establish Executive Buy- Management in and Support Structure and Step 1 Control Step 2Maintain the Define an Enterprise ArchitectureArchitecture Process and Approach Step 8 Step 3 Oversee the EA Program Develop Use the Baseline Enterprise EnterpriseArchitecture Architecture Step 4 Step 7 Develop the Develop Target Sequencing Enterprise Plan Architecture Step 6 Step 5 (The decomposition of this task is the same as for Baseline Architecture)
  • Obtain Executive Buy-in and Support Obtain Executive Buy-in and Support Ensure CEOs Buy-in Issue an Executive Obtain Support from and Support Enterprise Architecture Senior Executives and Policy Business Units
  • Enterprise ArchitecturePRM Obtain Establish Executive Buy- Management in and Support Structure and Step 1 Control Step 2Maintain the Define an Enterprise ArchitectureArchitecture Process and Approach Step 8 Step 3 Oversee the EA Program Develop Use the Baseline Enterprise EnterpriseArchitecture Architecture Step 4 Step 7 Develop the Develop Target Sequencing Enterprise Plan Architecture Step 6 Step 5 (The decomposition of this task is the same as for Baseline Architecture)
  • Establish Management Structure and Control Establish Management Structure and Control Establish a Notional EA Technical Organization Review Committee Establish a Capital Investment Council Establish a Steering Committee Appoint Chief Architect Establish an EA Program Management Office EA Program Activities and Building Blocks
  • Establish an EA Program Management Office Establish an EA Program Management Office Develop EA Appoint Key Establish processes, Personnel Enterprise procedures, and Architecture Core standards Team Define EA Develop baseline performance and target measures architectures Develop and Guide systems maintaining an EA development and Perform quality repository acquisition efforts assurance, risk management, and configuration management
  • Establish Management Structure and Control Establish Management Structure and Control Establish a Notional EA Technical Organization Review Committee Establish a Capital Investment Council Establish a Steering Committee Appoint Chief Architect Establish an EA Program Management Office EA Program Activities and Building Blocks
  • EA Program Activities and Building Blocks EA Program Activities and Building Blocks Develop an EA Develop an EA Preliminary Marketing Strategy Program Management Development of the and Communications Plan Enterprise Architecture Plan EA ProgramEA Marketing and EA Primer Management PlanCommunications Plan (PMP)
  • Establish Management Structure and Control Establish Management Structure and Control Establish a Notional EA Technical Organization Review Committee Establish a Capital Investment Council Establish a Steering Committee Appoint Chief Architect Establish an EA Program Management Office EA Program Activities and Building Blocks
  • Notional EA Organization CEO Capital Investment Council (CIC) Business Line Org anization Staff IT Evaluator Org anization IT Line Business Unit Subject Matter IT Risk Technical Managers Experts Manager Review Committee CIO SME TRC EA Quality EA Executive Assurance Steering Committee (QA) Senior IT Representativ Configuration es Manager CEO Deputy CFO Enterprise Architecture Core Configuration Senior Business and Division / Senior Control Board Technical Senior TeamArchitectural Business Budget Procurement Representatives DomainConsultants Unit Heads Official EACT CCB Owners Senior Technical Business Architecture Writer Architect Consultants Chief Architect Systems Architect Security Data Architect Architect Infrastructure Architect
  • Enterprise ArchitecturePRM Obtain Establish Executive Buy- Management in and Support Structure and Step 1 Control Step 2Maintain the Define an Enterprise ArchitectureArchitecture Process and Approach Step 8 Step 3 Oversee the EA Program Develop Use the Baseline Enterprise EnterpriseArchitecture Architecture Step 4 Step 7 Develop the Develop Target Sequencing Enterprise Plan Architecture Step 6 Step 5 (The decomposition of this task is the same as for Baseline Architecture)
  • Define an Architecture Process and ApproachEA Purpose EA Mission EA Goals EA Scope Statement Define the Intended Use of the Architecture Define Mission, Goals and Tool Selection Scope Determine the Criteria Depth of the Architecture Select Appropriate Architectural Elements read Evaluate and Select a Framework Select an EA Select Select Toolset Building Building Blocks for Blocks for Business Assets
  • Enterprise ArchitecturePRM Obtain Establish Executive Buy- Management in and Support Structure and Step 1 Control Step 2Maintain the Define an Enterprise ArchitectureArchitecture Process and Approach Step 8 Step 3 Oversee the EA Program Develop Use the Baseline Enterprise EnterpriseArchitecture Architecture Step 4 Step 7 Develop the Develop Target Sequencing Enterprise Plan Architecture Step 6 Step 5 (The decomposition of this task is the same as for Baseline Architecture)
  • Develop Baseline Enterprise ArchitectureInformation Collecting EA Repository Models Refining Publication and Delivery Populating Service Generate Briefings and Present Review Literature Hold Group and Brainstorming Documentation Sessions Publish Conduct Generate Review Review & Validate Preliminary Architectural Preliminary Architectural the Model Elements Meetings and Architectural Elements Interview s Elements Perform Conduct In-depth Familiarization Individual Review s Populate Tools and Training SME Repository Indipendent Review er
  • Enterprise ArchitecturePRM Obtain Establish Executive Buy- Management in and Support Structure and Step 1 Control Step 2Maintain the Define an Enterprise ArchitectureArchitecture Process and Approach Step 8 Step 3 Oversee the EA Program Develop Use the Baseline Enterprise EnterpriseArchitecture Architecture Step 4 Step 7 Develop the Develop Target Sequencing Enterprise Plan Architecture Step 6 Step 5 (The decomposition of this task is the same as for Baseline Architecture)
  • Develop the Sequencing Plan Identify Gaps Define and Plan the Migration Approve, Publish, Differentiate and Disseminate Legacy, Migration, the EA Elements and New Systems Gap Analysis Sequencing Plan EA Elements Outcome Description - changes to be made - user requirements- business and technical constraints - migration risks and feasibility
  • Enterprise ArchitecturePRM Obtain Establish Executive Buy- Management in and Support Structure and Step 1 Control Step 2Maintain the Define an Enterprise ArchitectureArchitecture Process and Approach Step 8 Step 3 Oversee the EA Program Develop Use the Baseline Enterprise EnterpriseArchitecture Architecture Step 4 Step 7 Develop the Develop Target Sequencing Enterprise Plan Architecture Step 6 Step 5 (The decomposition of this task is the same as for Baseline Architecture)
  • Use the Enterprise ArchitectureCPIC Process SLC Process Use the Enterprise Architecture Integrate the EA Execute the Manage EA with CPIC and SLC Integrated Assess / Align Processes Process Use the EA for Critical Activities Other Purposes
  • Integrate the EA with CPIC Enterprise Architecture Services CPIC Service Proposed ConceptResponding Assess Business Develop Business Businessto Business Alignment Acceptable Alignment Business Case Case Case Data Change Data [SELECT ] Handling Unacceptable Alignment Business Case Data EA Enterprise Assess Business ProjectRepository Design Pattern Case Proposal Initialization Updating [SELECT ] Assess T echnology T RM Standards Compliance Write Report Auditing Notify CPC Unacceptable Compliance Process Acceptable Compliance IRB Report Evaluate Act Compliance Assessment Architecture Report Compliance [CONT ROL] Assess Waiver / Evaluation EAPMO Exception Disapproved Events Enterprise Filter Request [EVALUAT E] Standards Issue Waiver / Perform Conduct Notify Rev iew T echnology Standards Required Exception Disapproval Insertion and Revi ew Renewal T RM T RM Structure T RM Waiver Approved Onet- Standards & Containment tim e Exception Strategies Block T RM Data Handling
  • Use the Enterprise ArchitectureCPIC Process SLC Process Use the Enterprise Architecture Integrate the EA Execute the Manage EA with CPIC and SLC Integrated Assess / Align Processes Process Use the EA for Critical Activities Other Purposes
  • Execute the Integrated ProcessPrepare Proposal Manage and Perform Project DevelopmentAlign the Project to Evolve EA with Initiate New and Execute the the EA Program/Project Follow-on Projects ProjectsAligning Business Assess ProgressProcesses with IT Complete the ProjectMake Investment Decision [CPIC SELECT] Deliver Artifact Assess Evaluate Architecture Results
  • Initiate New and Follow-on Projects SLC Cycle - Step 1 CPIC Cycle - Step 1 EA Propose Select Phase Investmen Proposal Programs and t Council Projects read Actors Enterprise Design Patterns EA Repository read Manage EA EA Assess / Align Management EA Cycle - Step 7
  • EA Proposal Actors Domain Owners EA Proposal Actors Chief Program Architect Manager
  • Execute the Integrated ProcessPrepare Proposal Manage and Perform Project DevelopmentAlign the Project to Evolve EA with Initiate New and Execute the the EA Program/Project Follow-on Projects ProjectsAligning Business Assess ProgressProcesses with IT Complete the ProjectMake Investment Decision [CPIC SELECT] Deliver Artifact Assess Evaluate Architecture Results
  • Execute the Projects SLC Cycle - Step 2 CPIC Cycle -Step 2 EA Manage Control PhaseProposal Programs and Investment Actors Projects read Council (CIC) Enterprise Design Patterns EA Repository read Manage EA EA Assess / AlignManagement EA Cycle - Step 7
  • Execute the Integrated ProcessPrepare Proposal Manage and Perform Project DevelopmentAlign the Project to Evolve EA with Initiate New and Execute the the EA Program/Project Follow-on Projects ProjectsAligning Business Assess ProgressProcesses with IT Complete the ProjectMake Investment Decision [CPIC SELECT] Deliver Artifact Assess Evaluate Architecture Results
  • Complete the Project SLC Cycle -Step 3 CPIC Cycle - Step 3 EA Complete Evaluate Phase InvestmentProposal Programs and read Council Actors Projects Enterprise Design Patterns EA Repository read Manage EA EA Assess / AlignManagement EA Cycle - Step 7
  • Use the Enterprise ArchitectureCPIC Process SLC Process Use the Enterprise Architecture Integrate the EA Execute the Manage EA with CPIC and SLC Integrated Assess / Align Processes Process Use the EA for Critical Activities Other Purposes
  • Critical Activities Executive EA Policy read EnforcementTrain Personnel Establish Policy Enforcement Processes and Procedures Business Alignment Business Case Solution Define Set Up Compliance Integrated Sequencing Criteria and Reviews Plan Consequences Technical Compliance
  • Use the Enterprise ArchitectureCPIC Process SLC Process Use the Enterprise Architecture Integrate the EA Execute the Manage EA with CPIC and SLC Integrated Assess / Align Processes Process Use the EA for Critical Activities Other Purposes
  • CPIC Cycle Select Phase Step 1Evaluate Phase Control Phase Step3 Step 2
  • Use the Enterprise ArchitectureCPIC Process SLC Process Use the Enterprise Architecture Integrate the EA Execute the Manage EA with CPIC and SLC Integrated Assess / Align Processes Process Use the EA for Critical Activities Other Purposes
  • SLC Cycle Propose Programs and Projects Step 1 Complete Manage ProgramsPrograms and and Projects Projects Step 3 Step 2
  • Enterprise ArchitecturePRM Obtain Establish Executive Buy- Management in and Support Structure and Step 1 Control Step 2Maintain the Define an Enterprise ArchitectureArchitecture Process and Approach Step 8 Step 3 Oversee the EA Program Develop Use the Baseline Enterprise EnterpriseArchitecture Architecture Step 4 Step 7 Develop the Develop Target Sequencing Enterprise Plan Architecture Step 6 Step 5 (The decomposition of this task is the same as for Baseline Architecture)
  • Maintain the Enterprise Architecture Maintain the Enterprise Architecture Maintain the Continue to Enterprise Consider Architecture as the Proposals for EA Enterprise Evolves Modifications Reassess the Manage EA Enterprise Elements to Architecture Reflect Reality Periodically Ensure Business Ensure Current Maintain the Evaluate Legacy Direction and Architecture Sequencing Plan System Processes Reflect Reflects System as an Integrated Maintenance Operations Evolution Program Plan Requirements
  • Enterprise ArchitecturePRM Obtain Establish Executive Buy- Management in and Support Structure and Step 1 Control Step 2Maintain the Define an Enterprise ArchitectureArchitecture Process and Approach Step 8 Step 3 Oversee the EA Program Develop Use the Baseline Enterprise EnterpriseArchitecture Architecture Step 4 Step 7 Develop the Develop Target Sequencing Enterprise Plan Architecture Step 6 Step 5 (The decomposition of this task is the same as for Baseline Architecture)
  • Oversee the EA Program EA Policy Ensure EA Identify Take Appropriate Ensure ContinuousProgram Controls Expectations Not Actions to Address Improvement Being Met Deviations
  • Enterprise ArchitecturePRM Obtain Establish Executive Buy- Management in and Support Structure and Step 1 Control Step 2Maintain the Define an Enterprise ArchitectureArchitecture Process and Approach Step 8 Step 3 Oversee the EA Program Develop Use the Baseline Enterprise EnterpriseArchitecture Architecture Step 4 Step 7 Develop the Develop Target Sequencing Enterprise Plan Architecture Step 6 Step 5 (The decomposition of this task is the same as for Baseline Architecture)
  • Enterprise Performance Enterprise PerformanceInformation Processes and Mission and Customer ResultsTechnology Activities Business Results
  • Information Technology Information TechnologyReliability & Quality Information & Data Efficiency EffectivenessAvailability
  • Quality QualityIT Composition Functionality Errors Compliance & Complaints Deviations
  • Information Technology Information TechnologyReliability & Quality Information & Efficiency EffectivenessAvailability Data
  • Information & Data Information & DataInternal Data External Data Data Storage Data Data Reliability & Sharing Sharing Standardization or Quality Tagging
  • Information Technology Information TechnologyReliability & Quality Information & Efficiency EffectivenessAvailability Data
  • Efficiency EfficiencyResponse Time Load levels Interoperability Improvement Accessibility
  • Information Technology Information TechnologyReliability & Quality Information & Efficiency EffectivenessAvailability Data
  • Effectiveness EffectivenessUser Satisfaction User Requirements IT Contribution to Process, Customer, or Mission
  • Enterprise Performance Enterprise PerformanceInformation Processes and Mission and Customer ResultsTechnology Activities Business Results
  • Processes and Activities Processes and ActivitiesSecurity & Productivity & Management & Cycle Time & Privacy Efficiency Innovation Timeliness
  • Management & Innovation Management & Innovation Risk Policies Participation Knowledge Management Innovation & Compliance Improvement
  • Enterprise Performance Enterprise PerformanceInformation Processes and Mission and Customer ResultsTechnology Activities Business Results
  • Mission and Business Results Mission and Business Results Workforce International Affairs and Adm inistrative Comm erce Management ManagementWorker Safety Training and Labor Rights Employment Management
  • Mission and Business Results Mission and Business Results Workforce International Adm inistrative Management Management Affairs and Commerce Global Trade
  • Mission and Business Results Mission and Business Results Workforce International Administrative Management Affairs and Management Commerce Workplace Policy Travel Development and Management Security Help Desk Services Management Facilities, Fleet and Equipment Management
  • Enterprise Performance Enterprise PerformanceInformation Processes and Mission and Customer ResultsTechnology Activities Business Results
  • Customer Results Customer Results Timeliness & Service Quality Service Coverage Service Accessibility Customer BenefitResponsiveness Delivery Time
  • Customer Results Customer Results Timeliness & Service Quality Service Coverage Service Accessibility Customer BenefitResponsiveness Accuracy of Service or Product Delivered
  • Customer Results Customer Results Timeliness & Service Quality Service Coverage Service Accessibility Custom er Benefi tResponsiveness Service Efficiency New Customers Frequency & & Market Depth Penetration
  • Customer Results Customer Results Timeliness & Service Quality Service Coverage Service Custom er Benefi tResponsiveness Accessibility Integration Automation Access
  • Customer Results Customer Results Timeliness & Service Quality Service Coverage Service Customer BenefitResponsiveness Accessibility Customer Training Customer Satisfaction Customer Customer Impact Retention or Burden Customer Complaints