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Judith Jones received the Open Group award for Outstanding Contributions to the development of TOGAF 9 at 19th Open Group Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference Chicago - July 21-23, 2008. ...

Judith Jones received the Open Group award for Outstanding Contributions to the development of TOGAF 9 at 19th Open Group Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference Chicago - July 21-23, 2008. Former CEO of Architecting the Enterprise which has been a member of The Open Group for 6 years, she is personnally involved since 1997. As an active member of The Open Group and she is a major contributor and an editor of TOGAF 7, 8 and 9 as well as leading TOGAF projects for localisation, case studies, ADML, synergy and collaboration projects.
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What is the Value of Mature Enterprise Architecture TOGAF What is the Value of Mature Enterprise Architecture TOGAF Presentation Transcript

  • Architecting the Enterprise What is the value of mature Enterprise Architecture? Judith Jones CEO, Architecting the Enterprise Telelogic Conference 4 th November 2008
  • Architecting the Enterprise Global Reach: Consultancy & Training
    • With classes in 92 cities across 38 countries: 250+ classes per year
    • Building the Enterprise Architecture Community
    • Provide training and consultancy in Enterprise Architecture
    • Trained and certified over 60% of all TOGAF certified practitioners worldwide (4000+)
    • Training and consultancy organisation for TOGAF certifications (2003 – 2008)
  • What is this Architecture everyone talks about?
    • “ Architecture is the structure to deliver outcomes”
    • ...with qualities…..attributes…..styles…
  • What have we learnt…. SLIDE of Some are designed Enterprise Architecture exists within your organisation and …. it affects the efficiency and effectiveness of the enterprise Enterprise Architecture is not optional Every enterprise already has an Enterprise Architecture and some just happen
    • The Information Age
    • To ensure the availability of
    • global Enterprise Architecture standards,
    • competencies and professionalism
    • that will enable our customers
    • to realize major value in their business and practices.
    Architecting the Enterprise Vision
  • Why Enterprise Architecture in the Information Age The value and payback of quality Enterprise Architecture to meet the business challenges is being increasingly recognised by customers, industry leaders and governments. Where EA is now Where EA needs to go What EA should be Where EA needs to be
  • Conventional Approach in a Business Management Context Business Strategy & Plan Development Business Management & Operational Services IS and IT Development Business Change Programs Business Drivers Business requirements Business Infrastructure & Services Business Value
  • Enterprise Architecture in a Business Management Context Business Leadership Enterprise Architecture Business Change Programs Business Infrastructure & Services Business Value Business Capability Business Drivers Business Capability
  • Business Management Framework Relationships Corporate Business Plan Business Transformation Goals and Objectives Architecture Management Capability Management Portfolio/Project Management 5 – 10 years 3 – 5 years 1 – 1.5 years Structures Strategic Enterprise Architecture & Plan Capability (Outcome Oriented ) Functional Portfolios (e.g. IT, HR ) Identifies Directs Manages & Creates Capability Increment Contains Organisation Infrastructure Enterprise Infrastructure Project Project Project/ Initiative Approves Consists of Tactical Transformation Architecture & Plan Identifies, And Technical Direction Directs Consists of Transformation Architecture Transformation Architecture Transition Architecture Coordinates & Funds Directs Integrates Project/ Initiative Increment Contains Contains Designs Building Blocks (Deliverables) Delivers Designates
    • How do you develop good and even better
    • Enterprise Architecture?
    The BIG Question......
  • People Process Technology Culture Unified business Enterprise Architecture Capabilities and Competencies Industry Standard Architecture Framework & Standards Professional Practice & Business Services Certification Architecture Tools & Technologies The MANY Answers.......
    • Prepare for the Cultural Journey
    • ...its not a one day wonder...
    Unified business Enterprise Architecture Capabilities and Competencies
  • EA evolves and drives IT value at Intel 2003
    • Intel EA efforts launched
    • Chief Architects assigned to data, applications, and technical domains
    • Application architecture broken out to include solution architecture
    • Centralize all Data Analysts
    • Tackled EA Data problem
    • EA Data model with Data quality
    • ~$15M in reuse
    2004 2005 2006 Source: Gregg Wyant, Intel WW Lead Architect, EA Re-use Efforts
    • Chief Business Architect and Business architecture group added
    • Enterprise broken into 7 solution domains
    • Solution principles and project architecture compliance scorecards established
    • Industry recognized for meta data solution
    • Bluebook published
    • ~$35M in reuse
    • Architecture discipline unified as EA Practice
    • Enterprise Architecture extends to IT (traditional)
    • EA training extended across IT
    • Business Modeling training
    • Domain reference architecture published
    • Business domain specific future state architectures developed
    • ~$53M in reuse
    • Enterprise Architecture Principles and policies published
    • Building codes published
    • Governance Process revamped
    • Business and Data cross alignment and training
    • Adopt a common Intel Architecture development methodology (IADM)
    • Combine innovation and research with the Enterprise Architecture practice
    • ~$147M in reuse
    Case Study
  • Re-Inventing HP based on Architected IT
    • Architected solutions have 28% fewer lifetime incidents
    • Architected solutions require 2x less labor for lifetime changes
    • Architected solutions cost 7x less when moving to refreshed infrastructure
    Yielding higher value solutions 2 Business Objectives 1 …
    • CEO Mark Hurd 3 Year Objectives:
    • Align corporate strategy
    • Get the operating model (accountability) right
    • Ensure the right people to execute the operating model
    • Lower cost of IT to ~ 2% Rev
    • Consolidate (shadow) IT into one org in 90 days to improve accountability
    • Simplify (~6000 apps to 1600)
    Source: 1. HP IT Transformation Forum, 9-11 Jan 2008, Austin 2. Mark Hall, HP EA Services … Drive IT Objectives 1
    • CIO Randy Mott 3 Year Objectives:
    • Portfolio management
    • Global data centers (consolidate systems and applications)
    • IT workforce effectiveness
    • World class IT (they are what they eat so they can sell it)
    • Enterprise Data Warehouse (master data and data mart consolidation). Eliminate 765 data marts.
    Case Study
  • Micron EA Evolution Source: Micron Case Study, APC, San Francisco Jan 2008 2005
    • Initial formation of EA group (iTAO)
    • Initial set of architectural objectives established
    • First IS-wide EA communication (SLF)
    • Culture challenges EA adoption
    2006
    • Roadmap processes updated
    • New technology evaluation process established
    • Architectural review process established
    • Researched formal EA frameworks
    • First architects TOGAF certified
    • Cultural challenges remain, but decreasing
    2007
    • TOGAF formally adopted
    • TOGAF ADM first used
    • >30 architects TOGAF certified
    • Formal roadmap rationalization effort begins
    • First EA maturity assessment
    • IS-wide EA goals
    • Exec recognition of program begins
    • Outsourcing improves EA focus
    • Culture starting to embrace EA
    Case Study
  • Business Implications - Driving Alignment Approve - Prioritize Executive Review Board Business Value Execute - Resource Gate 2 Plan Gate 1 Initiate Gate 3 Execute & Control Gate 4 Close PMO + Business + IT Align - How Business Architects Master Data Team IT Architects IT Services Framework Knowledge Framework Business Needs Define - What Functional Units Central Teams Shared Services Scoping Case Study
  • Example: Architecture Principle: KUB-IT
    • The Architecture Practice will encourage
    • K nowledge sharing ....by....
    • U nifying management stakeholders with common goals and management outcomes ....to....
    • B uild business competencies and capabilities ....which....
    • I nitiate business value and synergy across the organisation’s business and supporting operations ....through....
    • T eam working effectively within both a common Enterprise Architecture and Business Framework
    Professional Practice & Business Services Certification
  • Use an industry standard Architecture Framework
    • Best practice and professional approach
      • Provides synergy with and access to accumulated best practice capabilities of the business, industry architecture and IT standards
      • Re-useable capabilities that reduce cost of developments
      • Ensures completeness of the design and change process
    • Inject rigor and transform architecture development from a ‘black art’ into an engineering discipline
    • Improve quality and robustness of architectures
    • Enables an organisation to demonstrate and prove good governance and improving competencies
    • Enables easier communication within the business teams
    SLIDE of Industry Standard Architecture Framework & Standards
  • Enterprise Architecture Framework in Organisations Infosys Enterprise Architecture Survey 2007
  • Architecture Framework in Organisations 2007 © Infosys Enterprise Architecture Survey 2007
  • TOGAF Evolution…..and future more to come
    • Customer members demand architecture standards …
    • DoD Information Systems Agency (DISA) donate TAFIM as base
    • TOGAF first published
    • Customer members select TAFIM as preferred starting point…
    ‘ 93
    • TOGAF 7 – Technical Edition
    ‘ 94 ‘ 96 ‘ 02
    • The Interoperable Enterprise Business Scenario first published
    ‘ 01 ‘ 03 ‘ 06
    • TOGAF 9
    TOGAF 7 Certification Program Launched Latest TOGAF 8.1.1 Specification published
    • TOGAF 8 – Enterprise Edition
    ‘ 09
    • TOGAF Projects
    ‘ 07 ‘ 08 ‘ 05 ‘ 04 TOGAF 8 Certification Program Launched
  • The TOGAF 8 Components SLIDE of Preliminary Phase Architecture Vision Business Architecture Information Systems Architecture Technology Architecture Opportunities & Solutions Migration Planning Implementation Governance Architecture Change Management Requirements Management Architecture Development Method Resources Principles, Compliance & Governance Framework Skills Framework Case Studies Other Architecture Frameworks Views, Tools & Techniques Glossary TOGAF 8 Components Foundation Architecture Common Systems Architectures Industry Architectures Organization Architectures Enterprise Continuum Products & Services Systems Solutions Industry Solutions Organization Solutions Technical Reference Model Integrated Information Infrastructure Model Standards Information Base
  • The TOGAF Architecture Development Method SLIDE of The ADM comprises the full life-cycle management of an Enterprise Architecture from planning to operational deployment and change. OPERATIONAL ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE H Architecture Change Management G Implementation Governance F Migration Planning E Opportunities & Solutions D Technology Architecture C Information System Architectures C Information System Architectures Requirements Management B Business Architecture A Architecture Vision Preliminary Framework & Principles Business Architecture Applications Architecture Data Architecture Technology Architecture
  • Value of TOGAF
    • Adaptable Industry Standard
    • Re-useable assets
    • Team Building Approach
    • Informed Decision Making
    • Focus on Professional People, Quality Process & Technology
    SLIDE of 13
    • Certification Programs
    • for
    • ENTERPRISE & IT ARCHITECTURE
    • People
    • Products
    • Professional Services
    • Tools
  • TOGAF Market Leadership - 2008
    • Number of TOGAF Downloads
      • 90,000+ (2006/7 850+% growth)
    • Number of TOGAF Practitioners
      • 7000+ (2006/7 700+% growth)
    • Number of TOGAF certified Tools
      • 15+ (2006/7 500+% growth)
    • Industry Architecture standard
    Architecture Tools & Technologies
  • TOGAF and other methods, frameworks….
    • TOGAF and SOA
      • SOA is an Architecture Style
    • TOGAF and ITIL
    • … ..PRINCE 2/PMI….
    • TOGAF and COBIT
    • TOGAF and MDA
    • TOGAF and Zachman
    • TOGAF and DODAF
    • … ..FEA...
      • http://www.opengroup.org
  • TOGAF in the Information Age The value and payback of quality Enterprise Architecture to meet the business challenges is being increasingly recognised by customers, industry leaders and governments. Where TOGAF 8 is now Where TOGAF needs to go Where TOGAF will be in 2009+ Where TOGAF is preparing
  • TOGAF Way Ahead
    • TOGAF 9
    • Launch in early 2009
    • Preserves the existing investment in TOGAF 8.1.1
      • The core method
      • Existing investment in People
        • Knowledge and skills
      • Existing investment in Tools
    • Adding further detail and clarification to what has already been proven
    • The TOGAF certification program will be updated to include certification for this new version of the specification
    • Detailed information on requirements for certification will be available in the fourth quarter 2008
  • What’s new in TOGAF 9
    • Modular Structure
    • Content Framework
    • Extended Guidance on using TOGAF
    • Explicit Consideration of Architectural Styles
    • Significant ADM phase content changes
    • Business Management Alignment
  • TOGAF 9 Table of Contents Derived from 8.1.1 Resource Base Derived from 8.1.1 Enterprise Continuum Substantively Revised New for TOGAF 9 Derived from 8.1.1 with new materials including SOA, Security The essence of 8.1.1 retained plus more detail Based on 8.1.1 Content with new material added Part I - Introduction Part II – Architecture Development Method Part III – ADM Guidelines and Techniques Part IV – Architecture Content Framework Part V – Enterprise Continuum and Tools Part VI – TOGAF Reference Models Part VII – Architecture Capability Framework Preface, Executive Overview, Core Concepts, Definitions and Release Notes Introduction to ADM ADM Phase Narratives Architectural Artifacts Architecture Deliverables Building Blocks Guidelines for Adapting the ADM Process Techniques for Architecture Development Enterprise Continuum Architecture Partitioning Architecture Repository Tools for Architecture Development Foundation Architecture: Technical Reference Model Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model Architecture Board Architecture Compliance Architecture Contracts Architecture Governance Architecture Maturity Models Architecture Skills Framework
    • Are you ready to start?
    Unified business Enterprise Architecture Capabilities and Competencies
  • Ten Rules to Prepare for EA Success
    • Provide the business leadership
    • Ensure that you have the resource and skills to manage enterprise architecture development and buy-in....
    • Establish the Architecture Metrics, Frameworks and Standards to be used
    • Leverage industry knowledge and best practice
    • Use best practice Reference Models as a baseline
    • Use Architecture Governance to ensure conformance
    • Ensure your people are competent and professionals
    • Manage the architecture costs and expectations
    • Control the Architecture and embed in your business process
    • Ensure there is ownership of the Enterprise Architecture ....
  • Measuring the Maturity of your Enterprise Architecture SLIDE of
    • What do we do?
    • Do we know when we mature?
    • How do we measure Maturity Enterprise Architecture?
  • The Value of Maturity Assessment SLIDE of
    • Assist organizations to retain competitive advantage, identifying ways of cutting costs, improving quality, reducing time to market ….
    • Enables greater efficiency in the utilization of resources and prioritizes projects by creating a roadmap for target enterprise architecture maturity level.
    • A standard methodology enables a stable state of maturity development to be reached and for incremental improvements to be made over time.
    • Increases an organization's capability for Enterprise Architecture. Successful EA programs are viewed as critical to business sustainability.
    • Give an indication of compliance with governance policies and procedures across the enterprise
    • Derive Financial benefits from reduced redundancy, support and acquisition costs, plus improved time to delivery
  • ACMM and the TOGAF ADM ATE090 - Enterprise Architecture Maturity Models H Architecture Change Management G Implementation Governance F Migration Planning E Opportunities & Solutions D Technology Architecture C Information System Architectures C Information System Architectures Requirements Management B Business Architecture A Architecture Vision Preliminary Framework & Principles 0 – None 1 – Initial 2 – Under Development 3 - Defined A successful cycle of the TOGAF ADM takes the enterprise to Maturity Level 3
  • SLIDE of 18 SLIDE of ACMM and the TOGAF ADM ATE090 - Enterprise Architecture Maturity Models Preliminary Framework & Principles 0 – None 1 – Initial 2 – Under Development 3 - Defined 4 – Managed 5 - Measured Moving beyond Maturity Level 3 requires changes to people, processes and culture H Architecture Change Management G Implementation Governance F Migration Planning E Opportunities & Solutions D Technology Architecture C Information System Architectures C Information System Architectures Requirements Management B Business Architecture A Architecture Vision
  • SLIDE of
    • Based on TOGAF work:-
      • Appraisal requirements for CMMI (ARC) framework
      • The US Department of Commerce Enterprise Architecture Capability Maturity Model (2007)
      • TOGAF & Future Developments of TOGAF
      • NASCIO Maturity Model(2008)
      • and ………
      • Architecting the Enterprise Skills Framework (contributed 2004)
      • plus……..
      • Formal Analysis of Enterprise Re-engineering CSFs
    AtE Architecture Capability Maturity Model
  • The AtE Maturity Framework – Process Areas (1-10) Process Areas Relevance to Architecture Maturity Levels 0 1 2 3 4 5 1 Architecture Development No No Yes Yes Yes Yes 2 Architecture Standards No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 3 Architecture Governance No No Yes Yes Yes Yes 4 Architecture Competencies No No Yes Yes Yes Yes 5 Business Linkage No No Yes Yes Yes Yes 6 Business Transformation No No No No Yes Yes 7 Senior Management Engagement No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 8 Enterprise Units Collaboration No No Yes Yes Yes Yes 9 Enterprise Units Buy-in No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 10 Architecture Information No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  • The AtE Maturity Framework – Process Areas (11-20) Relevance to Architecture Maturity Levels Process Areas 5 4 3 2 1 0 11 Architecture Communication No No Yes Yes Yes Yes 12 Architecture Stakeholder Management No No No Yes Yes Yes 13 Architecture Communities No No No Yes Yes Yes 14 Investment and Acquisition Strategy No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 15 Service Qualities No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 16 Architecture Business Administration No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 17 Requirements Management No No Yes Yes Yes Yes 18 Enterprise Architecture Tools No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 19 Architecture-Enabler Relationship No No Yes Yes Yes Yes 20 Architecture Service Acquisition No No No Yes Yes Yes
  • Example Illustration of an EA Implementation Roadmap SLIDE of Understand and engage more closely with the Business Manage, relate, quantify and develop Requirements Build Configuration and Change Management capability Build and Integrate Architecture Development Method Build strategic capability within the team and benchmark periodically Broaden governance beyond Consent and Compliance Build Non-functional specialities Attain role consistency / mapping
  • HR 2 Factor - the value of mature Enterprise Architecture
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    SLIDE of
  • Thank you for your time today & Thank you Telelogic! Judith Jones [email_address] [email_address] www.architecting-the-enterprise.com +44 208 122 9150