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  • Open Group Conference Austin
    Mike Walker | Chief Architect | Enterprise Architecture IP | Microsoft Services
    http://www.MikeTheArchitect.com
  • The New World of Enterprise Architecture
    From IT Architecture to Enterprise Architecture
  • Who am I?
  • Today's
    Session
  • Where Are We Going?
    Today's
    Session
    The Mindset Shift
    Complementing Methods, Models and Tools to TOGAF
    How Does Microsoft Address Enterprise Architecture
  • Where are we going?
    WHERE Are We Going?
  • Characteristics of EA
    Cloud
    More than Technology
    Enterprise Transformation
    Innovation for Growth
    On-premises
    Corporate Sustainability
    Drive through Emotional Intelligence
    Meaningful Business
    Partnerships
  • We See the Evidence
    71%of IT and business executives said that IT must be tightly integrated with business strategy.
    But only 27%thought that this actually happened at their companies.
    Source: McKinseyQuarterly.com, November 2009“Time to Raise the CIO’s Game,” by Michael Chui, Par Edin, and James Manyika
  • Maturity of EA
  • Maturity Models
    Center for Information Center Systems Research (CISR)
    2009 MIT Sloan CISR – Ross
    Source: Enterprise Architecture as Strategy: Creating a Foundation for Business Execution, J. Ross, P. Weill, D. Robertson, HBS Press, 2006
  • Duality of Architecture
    Enterprise Architecture
    ITArchitecture
    Center for Information Center Systems Research (CISR)
    2009 MIT Sloan CISR – Ross
    Source: Enterprise Architecture as Strategy: Creating a Foundation for Business Execution, J. Ross, P. Weill, D. Robertson, HBS Press, 2006
  • Ensure Balancing of EA
  • The Mindset
    Shift
  • What you do
    How you do it
    Why you do it
  • Harmonizing our Approach
    Emotional Intelligence
    Intelligence
  • IQ
    Technical Know-How
    Architecture Trade-Offs
    Expert in [x] Technology
    Understands Architecture
    Styles and Patterns
    Senior Coder
  • EQ
    IQ
    Motivational
    Reflective & Self Aware
    Fosters Relationships
    Organizational Dynamics
    Socially Aware
    Business Savvy
    Technical Know-How
    Architecture Trade-Offs
    Expert in [x] Technology
    Understands Architecture
    Styles and Patterns
    Senior Coder
  • Thank You
    Complementary Methods, Models and Tools
  • Capabilities of EA
    http://www.mikethearchitect.com/2010/07/the-enterprise-architecture-capability-model-eacm.html
  • Key EA Capability
    http://www.mikethearchitect.com/2010/07/the-enterprise-architecture-capability-model-eacm.html
  • Business Enablement Models
    Why
    Strategy Maps
    Benefits Dependency Network
    Motivation Model
    How
    Who
    What
    Value Chain, Shop,
    Network
    Functional & Organizational
    Decomposition
    Capability Map
    When
    IT Portfolio Plan
    Roadmap
    Business Transformation Plan
  • Enterprise Architecture ConnectsStrategy & Implementation
    “Vision without implementation is hallucination." – Benjamin Franklin
  • Connecting Strategy & Implementation
    Strategy
    Initiatives
    Implementation
    Programs & Projects
  • A Peek Into
    How Microsoft Does EA
  • The Microsoft Enterprise Strategy Program
    Enterprise Strategy Network
    Enterprise Strategy Library
    Value Realization Framework
    Enterprise Architects
  • MSITEA Environment
    5 Primary IT Groups in MSFT
    In MSIT:
    269 Goals
    2354 Capabilities
    1687 Apps
    135 Platforms
    819 Components
    340,000+ computers
    121,000 end users
    98 countries
    441 buildings
    6 forests
    16 Domains
    Corp Forest
    9 Domains
    ~1 million objects
    46,000,000+ remote connections per month
    112,000+ SharePoint Sites
    4 data centers
    8,400 production servers
  • MSITEA Transformation
    Traditional EA
    Become a GREAT Service Provider
    • Enterprise Strategy & Planning
    • Enterprise Application Portfolio Management
    • Enterprise Platform Roadmaps/Future State
    • Ent Skills/Capacity Mgmt
    • Conceptual Enterprise Information Models
    • ‘Stick’ Governance Models
    • Principles and Standards
    • Architecture Review Board Sessions
    • Consultative advice
    Accelerated Transformation
    Reactive to Proactive
    Business Cycles Shortened
    Struggled to prove valuable
    Struggle to be relevant
    Struggle to be enterprise-wide
  • MSITEA Transformation
  • Three Things to
    Remember
    1.
    Mindset
    2.
    Methods
    3.
    Make It Happen
  • Thank You!
  • Resources
    Related Sessions
    Enterprise Architect - More than a Technologist
    Business Architecture Building Blocks
    Business Architecture: How to Get Started
    Results-Driven Business Architecture
    Related Open Group Articles
    Enterprise Architecture’s Quest for its Identity- http://blog.opengroup.org/2011/03/10/enterprise-architecture’s-quest-for-its-identity/
    Mike Walker’s Related Blog Links
    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
    The Enterprise Architecture Capability Model (EACM) - http://www.mikethearchitect.com/2010/07/the-enterprise-architecture-capability-model-eacm.html