2012 02-08 - virksomhetsarkitektur som verktøy for innovasjon
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  • 1. Virksomhetsarkitektur som verktøy for innovasjon Francis D’Silva – Feb 2012 francis.dsilva@accenture.com © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 2. Enterprise Architecture as a tool to drive innovation Francis D’Silva – Feb 2012 francis.dsilva@accenture.com © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 3. My position 1. «Enterprise Architecture» is a pretentious term 2. An enterprise must be understood by people from within 3. «Innovation» is just as pretentious 4. An enterprise must renew their offerings to be relevant to its constituents “Marketing and innovation produce revenue. All other functions produce costs” – Peter Drucker © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 3
  • 4. Purpose of this presentation Share my observations • IT evolution • Value creation • EA (Provide context to discuss the nature of architecture work) © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 4
  • 5. But first … clearing the air for this talk «Enterprise Architecture» is the architecture of the enterprise (not just an enterprise view of IT) Innovation is the implementation of a change in an offering providing benefit to its constituents (not just about inventions) © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 5
  • 6. Observation: IT has been largely about reducing cost – and less about generating revenue* *for the public sector «revenue»  «outcomes» IT as a product IT for core functions Business value IT for support functions Productivity tools IT maturity © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 6
  • 7. More than ever before - IT is about «Information» and «Technology» Source: 20.8.11 – Wall Street Journal Source: 5.2.12 – nytimes.com © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 7
  • 8. There are three ways to create economic value Courtesy: Vegard Kolbjørnsrud Value creation logics Producing products Solving problems Mediation/transactions Long-linked technology: Transforming raw materials/ components into products  Assembly line manufacturing  Process industry  Retail Intensive technology: Solving unique customer problems  Design  Consulting  Oil exploration  Health sector Mediating technology: Enabling exchanges between customers  Telecom  Banking  Insurance  Transportation/post Source: Thompson (1967), Stabell and Fjeldstad (1998) © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 8
  • 9. Understanding the enterprise is critical – by all Value proposition («for who and what offering») Roadmap («When and what») Constituents Offerings Services Capabilities Organisation Systems Infrastructure Objectives and goals Vision and Strategy «Why and How» Outcomes and deliverables Initiatives and projects Enterprise («How and with who/what») © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 9
  • 10. Understand the value creation logic of your business … or the possible combinations 1. «Enterprise Architecture» is a pretentious term 2. An enterprise must be understood by people from within 3. «Innovation» is just as pretentious 4. An enterprise must renew their offerings to be relevant to its constituents «Architecture is about explaining inherent complexity and helping remove artificial complexity» - Francis D’Silva © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 10
  • 11. Takk for meg! Francis D’Silva francis.dsilva@accenture.com © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 11
  • 12. Accenture Technology Vision 2012 (link) 3.Industrialized data services 1.Context-based Services 2.Converging data architectures Changing IT from Roadblock to Driver 4.Social-driven IT 6. Orchestrated analytical security 5.PaaS-enabled agility © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 12
  • 13. Accenture Technology Vision 2012 (1/2) Context-based services. Where you are and what you are doing will drive the next wave of digital services. Converging data architectures. Successfully rebalancing the data architecture portfolio and blending the structured with the unstructured are key to turning data into new streams of value. Industrialized data services. The ability to share data will make it more valuable—but only if it is managed differently. © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 13
  • 14. Accenture Technology Vision 2012 (2/2) Social-driven IT. Realize that social is not just a bolt-on marketing channel. It will have true business-wide impact PaaS-enabled agility. The maturing platform-as-a-service (PaaS) market will shift the emphasis from cost-cutting to business innovation, supporting rapid evolution for business processes that need continuous change. Orchestrated analytical security. Organizations will have to accept that their gates will be breached and begin preparing their second line of defense—data platforms—to mitigate the damage caused by attacks that get through. © Accenture 2012. All rights reserved. 14