Zen and The Art of Enterprise Architecture (Open Group Conference Newport Beach 2013)

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  • 1. Alan Hakimi alan.hakimi@microsoft.com Microsoft Corporation @alanhakimi http://blogs.msdn.com/zen http://linkedin.com/in/hakimi© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved
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  • 9. balance of power 1. technological 1. political 2. operational 2. economical 3. economical 3. operational 4. political 4. technological© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved
  • 10. Number of Systems Built centralized control federated complicated engineering complexity design for emergence optimization of structural parts goals effectiveness of behaviors (actions)© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved
  • 11. Architectural Energy organizational fitness Governance Freedom Stasis Chaos© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved
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  • 14. organizational fitness Innovation Highly Ordered Disorder Stasis Chaos© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved
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  • 22. [5] Decisions To Maintain Identity External Opportunities and Threats [4] Development Research and System Marketing Environment Strengths and Weaknesses Resources and Governance [3] Operations Planning and [2] Regulation and Tactical Control Planning Internal Key Information System Environment Operations Processes Core Functions Processes Core Functions [1] Processes [1] Core Functions© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved
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  • 28. Business Architecture Domain Demand and Dashboards and Throughput Product Strategic Leadership Reporting and Services Business Unit Analytics and Knowledge Business Capability Execution Management Measurement Plans Decisions Knowledge and Business Interactions Business Support Information Collaboration Business Execution Data Information Architecture Domain© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved
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  • 30. INPUTS WHOLES OUTPUTS PARTS TRANSFORMATIONS RELATIONSHIPS SCOPE STRUCTURES BOUNDARY BEHAVIORS ENVIRONMENT EMERGENCE MANAGEMENT HIERARCHY GOVERNANCE OPENNESS VARIETY PARSIMONY HARMONY Adapted From http://www.asysti.org/ Applied Systems Thinking Institute© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved
  • 31. INPUTS WHOLES OUTPUTS PARTS TRANSFORMATIONS RELATIONSHIPS SCOPE STRUCTURES BOUNDARY BEHAVIORS ENVIRONMENT EMERGENCE MANAGEMENT HIERARCHY GOVERNANCE OPENNESS VARIETY PARSIMONY HARMONY Adapted From http://www.asysti.org/ Applied Systems Thinking Institute© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved
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  • 41. purpose means results marketshare holistically all value chain continuous improvement conglomeration performance© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved
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  • 82. Alan Hakimi alan.hakimi@microsoft.com Microsoft Corporation @alanhakimi http://blogs.msdn.com/zen http://linkedin.com/in/hakimi© Copyright 2012-13 Microsoft Corporation, All Rights Reserved