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The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
The New World of Enterprise Architecture
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  • 1. Open Group Conference Austin <br />Mike Walker | Chief Architect | Enterprise Architecture IP | Microsoft Services<br />http://www.MikeTheArchitect.com<br />
  • 2. The New World of Enterprise Architecture <br />From IT Architecture to Enterprise Architecture <br />
  • 3. Who am I?<br />
  • 4. Today's<br />Session<br />
  • 5. Where Are We Going?<br />Today's<br />Session<br />The Mindset Shift<br />Complementing Methods, Models and Tools to TOGAF<br />How Does Microsoft Address Enterprise Architecture<br />
  • 6. Where are we going?<br />WHERE Are We Going?<br />
  • 7. Characteristics of EA<br />Cloud<br />More than Technology<br />Enterprise Transformation<br />Innovation for Growth<br />On-premises<br />Corporate Sustainability<br />Drive through Emotional Intelligence<br />Meaningful Business<br />Partnerships<br />
  • 8. We See the Evidence<br />71%of IT and business executives said that IT must be tightly integrated with business strategy.<br />But only 27%thought that this actually happened at their companies.<br />Source: McKinseyQuarterly.com, November 2009“Time to Raise the CIO’s Game,” by Michael Chui, Par Edin, and James Manyika<br />
  • 9. Maturity of EA<br />
  • 10. Maturity Models<br />Center for Information Center Systems Research (CISR) <br />2009 MIT Sloan CISR – Ross <br />Source: Enterprise Architecture as Strategy: Creating a Foundation for Business Execution, J. Ross, P. Weill, D. Robertson, HBS Press, 2006<br />
  • 11. Duality of Architecture<br />Enterprise Architecture<br />ITArchitecture<br />Center for Information Center Systems Research (CISR) <br />2009 MIT Sloan CISR – Ross <br />Source: Enterprise Architecture as Strategy: Creating a Foundation for Business Execution, J. Ross, P. Weill, D. Robertson, HBS Press, 2006<br />
  • 12. Ensure Balancing of EA<br />
  • 13. The Mindset<br />Shift<br />
  • 14. What you do<br />How you do it<br />Why you do it<br />
  • 15. Harmonizing our Approach<br />Emotional Intelligence<br />Intelligence<br />
  • 16. IQ<br />Technical Know-How<br />Architecture Trade-Offs<br />Expert in [x] Technology<br />Understands Architecture<br />Styles and Patterns<br />Senior Coder <br />
  • 17. EQ<br />IQ<br />Motivational <br />Reflective & Self Aware<br />Fosters Relationships<br />Organizational Dynamics<br />Socially Aware<br />Business Savvy<br />Technical Know-How<br />Architecture Trade-Offs<br />Expert in [x] Technology<br />Understands Architecture<br />Styles and Patterns<br />Senior Coder <br />
  • 18. Thank You<br />Complementary Methods, Models and Tools<br />
  • 19. Capabilities of EA<br />http://www.mikethearchitect.com/2010/07/the-enterprise-architecture-capability-model-eacm.html <br />
  • 20. Key EA Capability <br />http://www.mikethearchitect.com/2010/07/the-enterprise-architecture-capability-model-eacm.html <br />
  • 21. Business Enablement Models<br />Why<br />Strategy Maps<br />Benefits Dependency Network<br />Motivation Model<br />How<br />Who<br />What<br />Value Chain, Shop, <br />Network<br />Functional & Organizational<br /> Decomposition<br />Capability Map<br />When<br />IT Portfolio Plan<br />Roadmap<br />Business Transformation Plan<br />
  • 22. Enterprise Architecture ConnectsStrategy & Implementation<br />“Vision without implementation is hallucination." – Benjamin Franklin<br />
  • 23. Connecting Strategy & Implementation<br />Strategy<br />Initiatives <br />Implementation<br />Programs & Projects<br />
  • 24. A Peek Into<br />How Microsoft Does EA<br />
  • 25. The Microsoft Enterprise Strategy Program<br />Enterprise Strategy Network<br />Enterprise Strategy Library<br />Value Realization Framework<br />Enterprise Architects<br />
  • 26. MSITEA Environment<br />5 Primary IT Groups in MSFT<br />In MSIT:<br />269 Goals<br />2354 Capabilities<br />1687 Apps<br />135 Platforms<br />819 Components<br />340,000+ computers<br />121,000 end users<br />98 countries<br />441 buildings<br />6 forests <br />16 Domains<br />Corp Forest<br />9 Domains<br />~1 million objects <br />46,000,000+ remote connections per month<br />112,000+ SharePoint Sites<br />4 data centers<br />8,400 production servers<br />
  • 27. MSITEA Transformation<br />Traditional EA<br />Become a GREAT Service Provider<br /><ul><li>Enterprise Strategy & Planning
  • 28. Enterprise Application Portfolio Management
  • 29. Enterprise Platform Roadmaps/Future State
  • 30. Ent Skills/Capacity Mgmt
  • 31. Conceptual Enterprise Information Models
  • 32. ‘Stick’ Governance Models
  • 33. Principles and Standards
  • 34. Architecture Review Board Sessions
  • 35. Consultative advice</li></ul>Accelerated Transformation<br />Reactive to Proactive<br />Business Cycles Shortened<br />Struggled to prove valuable<br />Struggle to be relevant<br />Struggle to be enterprise-wide<br />
  • 36. MSITEA Transformation<br />
  • 37. Three Things to <br />Remember<br />1.<br />Mindset<br />2.<br />Methods<br />3.<br />Make It Happen<br />
  • 38. Thank You!<br />
  • 39. Resources<br />Related Sessions<br />Enterprise Architect - More than a Technologist<br />Business Architecture Building Blocks<br />Business Architecture: How to Get Started<br />Results-Driven Business Architecture<br />Related Open Group Articles<br />Enterprise Architecture’s Quest for its Identity- http://blog.opengroup.org/2011/03/10/enterprise-architecture’s-quest-for-its-identity/<br />Mike Walker’s Related Blog Links<br />IQ Isn’t Enough. Enterprise Architects Must Balance with EQ Driven Approaches - http://www.mikethearchitect.com/2011/03/iq-isnt-enough-enterprise-architects-must-balance-with-eq-driven-approaches.html<br />The Enterprise Architecture Capability Model (EACM) - http://www.mikethearchitect.com/2010/07/the-enterprise-architecture-capability-model-eacm.html<br />

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