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Business Ecology and Business Ecology Initiative Overview created and presented by Brenda M. Michelson, for the March 2010 BEI Symposium, and OMG Board Meeting.

Business Ecology and Business Ecology Initiative Overview created and presented by Brenda M. Michelson, for the March 2010 BEI Symposium, and OMG Board Meeting.

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    • Business Ecology Initiative Overview: Optimization for Innovation Brenda M. Michelson Principal Consultant, Elemental Links March 23, 2010 Jacksonville, FL
    • BEI Overview: Topics
      • What is Business Ecology?
      • What is the Business Ecology Initiative?
        • Scope and Program Activities
        • Practice Area Communities
        • OMG Technical Community Relationship
      • Summary
      • Questions?
    • What is Business Ecology?
    • What is Business Ecology?
      • Business Ecology is a business-technology imperative focused on
      • streamlining business processes,
      • removing waste from technology portfolios, and adjusting resource consumption,
      • to optimize business operations and foster business innovation.
    • What is Business Ecology?
      • Business Ecology is a business-technology imperative focused on
      • streamlining business processes,
      • removing waste from technology portfolios, and adjusting resource consumption,
      • to optimize business operations and foster business innovation.
    • What is Business Ecology?
      • Business Ecology is not a one-time fix,
      • but rather a management philosophy concerned with business vitality over time,
      • balancing current conditions, optimization and innovation focus areas, resource allocations,
      • and longer-term business motivations,
      • capabilities and outcomes.
    • What is Business Ecology?
      • Business Ecology is not a one-time fix,
      • but rather a management philosophy concerned with business vitality over time ,
      • balancing current conditions, optimization and innovation focus areas, resource allocations,
      • and longer-term business motivations,
      • capabilities and outcomes.
    • Business Ecology Context: Adopter View
    • Business Ecology Context: Adopter View
    • Business Ecology Context: Adopter View
    • Business-IT Integration
      • Business-IT Integration is the organizational model for business and information technology convergence.
      • This model promotes collaborative strategy, planning, architecture and execution;
      • shared decision-making,
      • business-tech savvy personnel
      • and service delivery at the point of value generation.
    • Business-IT Integration
      • Business-IT Integration is the organizational model for business and information technology convergence.
      • This model promotes collaborative strategy, planning, architecture and execution;
      • shared decision-making,
      • business-tech savvy personnel
      • and service delivery at the point of value generation.
    • Actionable Architecture TM
      • Actionable Architecture TM brings transparent business methodology to the definition and delivery of common IT infrastructure, platforms and services.
      • Emphasized business attributes include quality, efficiency, compliance, agility, value, effectiveness, ease of use, sustainability and business goal traceability.
    • Actionable Architecture TM
      • Actionable Architecture TM brings transparent business methodology to the definition and delivery of common IT infrastructure, platforms and services .
    • What is the Business Ecology Initiative?
    • What is the Business Ecology Initiative?
      • The Business Ecology Initiative provides
      • education, advocacy and member programs
      • to enable organizations
      • to achieve Business Ecology success,
      • employ Actionable Architecture TM ,
      • and carve a path to business-IT integration.
    • What is the Business Ecology Initiative?
      • The Business Ecology Initiative provides
      • education, advocacy and member programs
      • to enable organizations
      • to achieve Business Ecology success,
      • employ Actionable Architecture TM ,
      • and carve a path to business-IT integration.
    • Business Ecology Context: BEI Program View
      • Business Ecology Advocacy
      • Member Community
      • Conferences & Symposiums
      • Education & Certification
      • Case Study Program
      • Industry Outreach
      BEI Program Activities:
      • Practice Area Communities
      • Practice Collection
    • Practice Area Communities
    • Practice Area Communities
      • Advocacy groups comprised of practitioners, service providers and technology vendors, dedicated to promoting the business value, and enabling the successful adoption, of specific, key business-technology strategies, by the Global 1000, major government agencies and midmarket businesses.
      • Operate in business-driven context:
      •  
      • Highlight real-world stories – success, failure, lessons learned
      •  
      • Embrace an ‘influence the influencer’ model
      • Expand Business Ecology Practice Collection
      • Optimization
      • Innovation
      - Agility
      • Profitability
      • Effectiveness
      - Assurance
    • BPM / SOA Community
    • SOA Consortium
      • In 2007, Service Oriented Architecture was a fringe methodology that only a few organizations were doing with any great success, rather than an accepted part of an overall business strategy.
      • Three years later, corporations large and small use the principles of SOA to enhance their overall business and technology strategies.
      SOA Consortium Accomplishments:
      • Case Study Awards 2008 & 2009
      • Executive Summit Program
      • SOA-C Meetings & Symposiums
      • SOA-C @ Industry Events
      • SOA-C Podcast Collection
      • SOA-C Community Insights
      • EA2010 Presentations & Papers
      • Vibrant Member Community
      • Business-Driven SOA Awareness
      • Major Analyst Firm Partnerships
      • SOA-C in Industry Press, Blogs
      • Founding SOA Zombie
    • BEI Practice Area Communities
      • Business-Driven Advocacy
      • Member Community
      • Conferences & Symposiums
      • Best Practice Exchange
      • Case Study Program
      • Working Groups
      Practice Area Community Activities:
      • Industry Outreach
      • Virtual Showcases
      • BE Practice Contribution
      BPM/SOA CoP EP-CoP CyberSecurity CoP GCIO BPM/SOA CoP Federated BE Practice Collection
    • BPM / SOA: Connected for Optimization
      • BPM and SOA Community Merger Premises:
      • A well-implemented Service Oriented Architecture leads to streamlined technology portfolios, improved resource sharing, better defined business capabilities, and ease of capability introduction or change.
      • A well-implemented Business Process Management initiative leads to greater business agility, faster productivity and improved customer interactions for all stakeholders.
      • The combined use of Service Oriented Architecture and Business Process Management results in an optimized business environment that is change-friendly, and poised for business innovation.
      • Business and information technology professionals must collaborate to realize the highest yielding benefits of Business Process Management and Service Oriented Architecture.
    • BPM / SOA: Connected for Optimization
      • BPM and SOA Community Aims:
      • Shift the conversation from competing strategies to combined business value (business optimization)
      •  
      • Provide education on business analysis, process design, governance, performance measurement and implementation techniques
      •  
      • Raise the Business IQ of information technology professionals and Tech-Savvy of business professionals to realize the greatest business value from BPM, SOA and business-technology
      • Showcase success stories, benefit realization, best practices and lessons learned
      • Create a vibrant practitioner community for the exchange of insights
    • BPM / SOA Working Group Areas EA2010 BPM/SOA Integration EP-CoP CyberSecurity CoP GCIO BE for BPM/SOA Case Study Contest
    • Additional Practice Area Communities
    • Event Processing: Profit from Continuous Intelligence
      • Event Processing Community Aims:
      • Raise the profile of event processing, from its current niche status, to a well-recognized and adopted business technique for adding real-time visibility and responsiveness to increase business agility, innovation and profitability
      •  
      • Shift conversation from underlying technology (event processing) to business value (continuous analytics and intelligence)
      •  
      • Provide education on business design, information analysis and management techniques to harness the power of event processing
      •  
      • Create a vibrant practitioner community for the exchange of insights on use cases, challenges and techniques, which will assist in value attainment, and spur broader, industry wide event processing adoption.
        Promote the value and adoption of Event Processing as a means for organizations to increase business agility, innovation and profitability via continuous analytics and intelligence.
    • Cyber Security   Raise awareness on Cyber Security threats, risks and protections to enable leaders, professionals and consumers to make intelligent trade-offs with respect to information sharing, business interactions, technology adoption, policymaking and threat mitigation.
    • Green CIO: Sustainable Processes, Optimized Business.
      • Green CIO Community Aims:
      • Extend the Green IT conversation beyond the data center, and beyond power consumption to “Greening the Business and Bottom-line using Business-Technology”
      • Raise executive awareness on the value of business-technology approaches in an organization’s sustainability toolkit
      •   
      • Provide education on sustainability assessment and improvement techniques based on business process and information analysis
      • Create a vibrant practitioner community for the exchange of insights on use cases, challenges and techniques that optimize businesses via sustainable processes
        Promote the value of business-technology as a means to discover and eliminate wasteful business actions and resource consumption, resulting in smarter, sustainable processes and business optimization.
    • OMG Technical Community Relationship
    • OMG Community Interactions
    • Business Ecology: OMG Standards * Consumer BMM BPMM * Sampling of Standards for Illustrative Purposes
    • Summary
      • Business Ecology is business-technology imperative focused on optimization for innovation
      • The Business Ecology Initiative enables Business Ecology success, Actionable Architecture TM and Business-IT Integration
      • The BEI has four practice area communities: BPM / SOA, EP, Cyber Security and GCIO
      • Each CoP contributes to the Business Ecology Practice Collection
      • Practice area communities may consume OMG standards
      • Practice area communities may share topical interests with OMG special interest group
      • Business Ecology, the BEI and the practice area communities contribute to business vitality over time
    • Thank You! For more information: Website: http://business-ecology.org Blog: http://blog.business-ecology.org Brenda M. Michelson [email_address]