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WHAT is Business Architecture, WHERE is it relevant, HOW is it applied and WHY is it useful

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Prof Mark von Rosing from the Chairman of the Global University Alliance and Henrik von Scheel, cofounder of LEADing Practice present at the Thought Leadership Virtual Summit the Global University Alliance Research on Business Architecture.

Discover "What is Business Architecture, where is it relevant, How is it applied and why is it useful?
The agenda covers

✪ Way of Thinking – Conceptual Context
✪ What is Enterprise Architecture and how does Business Architecture relate
✪ The strategic importance of Business Architecture
✪ How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together
✪ How Business Modelling and Business Architecture fit together
✪ Way of Working around Business Architecture

✪ How it all combines (working in Layers)
✪ Business Architecture decomposition & composition concepts

✪ Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations
✪ BPMN 2.0
✪ eXtended BPMN - a new way of modelling

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WHAT is Business Architecture, WHERE is it relevant, HOW is it applied and WHY is it useful

  1. 1. The Business Architecture Virtual Summit Business Architecture: What is it, Where is it relevant How is it applied Why is it useful LEAD the Way
  2. 2. ! Global University Alliance Research Way of Thinking – Conceptual Context ! What is Enterprise Architecture and how does Business Architecture relate ! The strategic importance of Business Architecture ! How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together ! How Business Modelling and Business Architecture fit together Way of Working around Business Architecture ! How it all combines (working in Layers) ! Business Architecture decomposition & composition concepts Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations ! BPMN 2.0 ! eXtended BPMN - a new way of modelling Agenda
  3. 3. Internationally recognized thought leader and pioneer in the discipline of Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture. Chairman of Global University Alliance, a consortium of hundreds of Universities, conducting research and curriculum in Enterprise Architecture, BPM, SOA and Information Management. Founder of LEADing Practice, Mark is specialized in Identifying and developing LEADing Practice in the areas of strategic Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture. "  Professor and Lecturer at various Universities "  Developer of the eXtended BPMN concept (X-BPMN) "  Co-developer of the Global BPM and Enterprise Architecture curriculum programs "  Input giver and development coach to John Zachman "  Oracle Enterprise Architecture input giver & development coach "  Co-developer of IGrafx new x-BPM approach, based on LEAD Framework Practices, incl. business -, extended process-, service-, information-, and data modelling "  TOGAF development member and co-developer of the Global TOGAF Business Architecture Methods and Certification. Main Author of defining the Business Architecture Profession "  Main author of SAP Press bestseller book: Applying real-world BPM in an SAP environment "  The Co-developer of SAPs Business Architecture, Process Architecture & Enterprise Value incl.: " SAP’s NetWeaver Meta Model (logical system design basis) " SAP’s Performance Monitoring Tools Meta Model (logical system design basis) " SAP’s Solution Network Design Capability Maps, which is the solution, platform, and infrastructure decomposition tool " SAP’s current ASAP or AcceleratedSAP methodology " LEAD Process-, Value- and Service approach & standard Prof. Mark von Rosing Professor | BPM & EA Guru | Business Transformation Evangelist |…
  4. 4. Recognized as the driving force behind the Enterprise Modelling revolution to both innovate and transform enterprises by aligning information technologies with enterprise strategies. He is a pioneer within Business Model design and Business Architecture that enable transformation and innovation of today's organizations. CEO of LEADing Practice, fastest growing open standard and open source community with +2500 practitioners, that is dedicated to developing Enterprise Modelling & Enterprise Architecture Frameworks "  Advisory Board Member at Google EMEA and Gazprom and several Boards. "  Co-developer mySAP All in One and Business One building blocks "  Co-Author of SAP Press bestseller book: Applying real-world BPM in an SAP environment "  Co-developer of SAP’s Business Process Management Framework and approach "  SAP Mentor in BPM, BPMN, SAP NetWeaver BPM, BRM, SAP Architecture, ASAP Methodology. "  Co-developer of the Business Innovation & Transformation Enablement methods "  Co-developer of the LEAD Value Reference Framework "  Co-developer of the LEAD Business Process Management Notation framework. These are today integrated into SAP ASAP implementation method, ARIS Modelling tool and IGrafx Modelling tool. "  Co-developer of SAP’s Business Process Management Framework and approach "  Co-author of the Influencer decision lifecycle in eCommerce implement by IKEA and Google. "  Author of books and numerous publications in the area of Business Model Management, Business Value Management, LEADing and Best Practice Enterprise Modelling, BPM and Business Service, Information & Data Object Modelling. "  Awarded "The NEXT 100 Top Influencers of the European Digital Industry in 2012" among the most important Europeans shaping our digital future. Henrik von Scheel CEO | Board Member | LEAD Transformation Architect | ...
  5. 5. Authors of SAP Press best-seller: Applying Real-World BPM in an SAP Environment "  Learn what BPM is and how to get started within an SAP context "  Benefit from a comprehensive compilation of use cases from early adopters "  Discover SAP technology, methodology, governance, process- based implementation content, and performance & value metrics Highlights "  Business Model Management "  Performance and Value Drivers "  ASAP 7 Core Methodology and Business Add-Ons to ASAP "  Implementation Quality and Process-Based Implementation "  Governance Framework and Agile Methodology "  Enterprise Architecture and SOA "  SAP NetWeaver BPM and BRM "  SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment "  Rules and Decision Management "  Process Lifecycles "  Business Value Management
  6. 6. The Business Process Management Handbook: Leverage LEADing Practices for Competitive Advantage "  Learn what BPM is and how to get started "  Explore how to linking strategy to operation with value driven BPM. Linking business models to process model, therefore including performance and value drivers. "  Learn the BPM Anatomy, a in-depth look at way of Thinking, Working and Modelling. "  Explore comprehensive Frameworks, Methods and Approaches "  Discover technology, methodology, governance, process-based implementation content, and performance & value metrics "  Discover ground-breaking new research on BPM best practices, LEADing practices and Outperformers vs Underperformers. "  Explore sixteen award winning real-life examples. Benefit from a comprehensive compilation of applied real-world examples of LEADing practices early adopters. "  Understand and avoid common pitfalls that lead to failed BPM projects, and ultimately, poor BPM adoption What Practitioners, Managers, Executives and Students need to know about
  7. 7. ! Global University Alliance Research Way of Thinking – Conceptual Context ! What is Enterprise Architecture and how does Business Architecture relate ! The strategic importance of Business Architecture ! How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together ! How Business Modelling and Business Architecture fit together Way of Working around Business Architecture ! How it all combines (working in Layers) ! Business Architecture decomposition & composition concepts Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations ! BPMN 2.0 ! eXtended BPMN - a new way of modelling Agenda
  8. 8. 8 Global University Alliance Research (2004-2013 Business)
  9. 9. Global University Alliance Research (2004-2013 Architecture Standards)
  10. 10. ! Global University Alliance Research Way of Thinking – Conceptual Context ! What is Enterprise Architecture and how does Business Architecture relate ! The strategic importance of Business Architecture ! How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together ! How Business Modelling and Business Architecture fit together Way of Working around Business Architecture ! How it all combines (working in Layers) ! Business Architecture decomposition & composition concepts Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations ! BPMN 2.0 ! eXtended BPMN - a new way of modelling Agenda
  11. 11. Enterprise Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Frameworks, Method and Approaches Enterprise Architecture: The organization, administration of conceptual, logical and physical relationships and connectivity of specific objects and artifacts to each other (and the environment) in order to understand complexity and manage structure to enable transformation, performance or value. Example of Enterprise Architecture "  Business Architecture "  Process Architecture "  Value Architecture "  Data Architecture "  Information Architecture "  Cloud Architecture "  Solution Architecture "  Application Architecture "  Platform Architecture "  Infrastructure Architecture "  Technology Architecture "  Service Oriented Architecture
  12. 12. What is the current state of these parts of the EA program? Business & EA Research: 1765 CEOs and 2936 business leaders representing all major countries
  13. 13. Business & EA Research: 1765 CEOs and 2936 business leaders representing all major countries What is the current state of these parts of the EA program?
  14. 14. Rating of strategic importance 1 2 3 4 5 6 Business & EA Research: 1765 CEOs and 2936 business leaders representing all major countries
  15. 15. Rating of strategic importance Reasons of choosen area 1 Business & EA Research: 1765 CEOs and 2936 business leaders representing all major countries
  16. 16. Rating of strategic importance Reasons of the rating? 1 Reasons: 1. Link to Strategy (Strategic Business Objectives ) 2. Improve Competitiveness (growth & cost potential) 3. Link to Business Model 4. Service Model Innovation & Transformation 5. Link to the Critical Success Factors (CSFs) of the organization 6. Operational Excellence 7. Decision Making 8. Agile Business & EA Research: 1765 CEOs and 2936 business leaders representing all major countries
  17. 17. ! Global University Alliance Research Way of Thinking – Conceptual Context ! What is Enterprise Architecture and how does Business Architecture relate ! The strategic importance of Business Architecture ! How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together ! How Business Modelling and Business Architecture fit together Way of Working around Business Architecture ! How it all combines (working in Layers) ! Business Architecture decomposition & composition concepts Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations ! BPMN 2.0 ! eXtended BPMN - a new way of modelling Agenda
  18. 18. How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together Enterprise Modelling is the abstract representation, description and definition of a structure. It is the discipline of representing and replicating the area that is being modelled to have a simplified representation of the real enterprise business. Then it sculptures and forms and designs/redesigns the specific area that is being modelled to improve its performance. Examples of Enterprise Modelling "  Service Model renewal "  Process Optimization "  Process Improvement "  Business Model "  Value management "  Performance management "  Measurements "  Rules Modelling "  Information Modelling "  Rules Modelling "  Reporting "  Strategy Management "  ITIL "  COBIT "  BPM Notations "  Val IT
  19. 19. Identification of common objects within Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture
  20. 20. Identification of common objects within Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture Strategy Critical Success Factors (CSFs) KPIs PPIs Business Process Events Resources Business Functions/Tasks Business Services SPIs SLA Application Components Appl. Feature Appl. Functions Data Service Data Components Platform ComponentsInfrastructure Components Data Entities Data Objects Platform Service Platform device Infrastructure Devices Infrastructure Services Competencies Application Service Process Tasks Goals Requirements
  21. 21. Data ServiceProcess Technology Value Application Modelling & Architecture Identification of common subjects within Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture
  22. 22. ! Global University Alliance Research Way of Thinking – Conceptual Context ! What is Enterprise Architecture and how does Business Architecture relate ! The strategic importance of Business Architecture ! How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together ! How Business Modelling and Business Architecture fit together Way of Working around Business Architecture ! How it all combines (working in Layers) ! Business Architecture decomposition & composition concepts Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations ! BPMN 2.0 ! eXtended BPMN - a new way of modelling Agenda
  23. 23. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts
  24. 24. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts
  25. 25. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Execution
  26. 26. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Strategy Goal Business Execution
  27. 27. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Strategy Goal Business Execution
  28. 28. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Strategy Goal Business Execution Org. Construct
  29. 29. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Strategy Goal Business Execution Org. Construct
  30. 30. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information Reporting
  31. 31. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information Reporting
  32. 32. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards
  33. 33. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards
  34. 34. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Effectiveness Efficiency Optimization Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards
  35. 35. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Effectiveness Efficiency Optimization Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards
  36. 36. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Effectiveness Efficiency Optimization Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards Business Service Service Flow Service Construct
  37. 37. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Effectiveness Efficiency Optimization Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards Business Service Service Flow Service Construct
  38. 38. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Effectiveness Efficiency Optimization Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards Business Service Service Flow Service Construct Rules Rule Sets Business Rule Rule Script Rule Engine
  39. 39. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Effectiveness Efficiency Optimization Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards Business Service Service Flow Service Construct Rules Rule Sets Business Rule Rule Script Rule Engine
  40. 40. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Effectiveness Efficiency Optimization Business Process Process Steps Process Activity Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards Business Service Service Flow Service Construct Rules Rule Sets Business Rule Rule Script Rule Engine Events Gateways
  41. 41. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Effectiveness Efficiency Optimization Business Process Process Steps Process Activity Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards Business Service Service Flow Service Construct Rules Rule Sets Business Rule Rule Script Rule Engine Events Gateways
  42. 42. Business Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEADing Practice Concepts Value Drivers Reporting level Business Complexity Logical Business Design Conceptual Business Context Business Competencies Business Functions Information Objects Strategy Goal Measurements Decision Table Effectiveness Efficiency Optimization Business Process Process Steps Process Activity Business Execution Org. Construct Information Flow Information ReportingScorecards Business Service Service Flow Service Construct Process Complexity Logical Process Design Physical Process Execution Conceptual Process Context Process Object Connections Process Artifacts Rules Rule Sets Business Rule Rule Script Rule Engine Events Gateways
  43. 43. ! Global University Alliance Research Way of Thinking – Conceptual Context ! What is Enterprise Architecture and how does Business Architecture relate ! The strategic importance of Business Architecture ! How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together ! How Business Modelling and Business Architecture fit together Way of Working around Business Architecture ! How it all combines (working in Layers) ! Business Architecture decomposition & composition concepts Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations ! BPMN 2.0 ! eXtended BPMN - a new way of modelling Agenda
  44. 44. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  45. 45. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  46. 46. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  47. 47. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  48. 48. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  49. 49. Business Architecture: Value Templates (Maps, Matrices & Models)
  50. 50. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  51. 51. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  52. 52. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  53. 53. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  54. 54. Business Architecture: ProcessTemplates (Maps, Matrices & Models)
  55. 55. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  56. 56. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  57. 57. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  58. 58. Business Architecture: Information-ApplicationTemplates (Maps, Matrices & Models)
  59. 59. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  60. 60. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  61. 61. Business Architecture: Information-DataTemplates (Maps, Matrices & Models)
  62. 62. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  63. 63. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  64. 64. How it all combines (Decomposition & Composition in Layers)
  65. 65. ! Global University Alliance Research Way of Thinking – Conceptual Context ! What is Enterprise Architecture and how does Business Architecture relate ! The strategic importance of Business Architecture ! How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together ! How Business Modelling and Business Architecture fit together Way of Working around Business Architecture ! How it all combines (working in Layers) ! Business Architecture decomposition & composition concepts Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations ! BPMN 2.0 ! eXtended BPMN - a new way of modelling Agenda
  66. 66. The practitioners involved Process Expert Business Analyst SW developer Information Expert Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations Process Modeling Practitioners "  Process Modeling (BPMN 2.0) can: – Capture Business Process, Steps and Activities – Specify Tasks – Indicate involved Roles (resource) – Define Process Rules – Classify automated Services (web service) – Capture Data Objects (data entities and data components) 66
  67. 67. "  Process Modeling (BPMN 2.0) can: – Capture Business Process, Steps and Activities – Specify Tasks – Indicate involved Roles (resource) – Define Process Rules – Classify automated Services (web service) – Capture Data Objects (data entities and data components) "  Process Modeling (BPMN 2.0), can not – Specify the difference between manual and automated Tasks – Specify the difference between manual and automated Services – Link to Strategies – Define Relationship between Business Competencies and Processes – Specify Measurements – Define Rulesets (business, application, etc.) – Define decisions based on the number of given conditions/actions – Classify Business Objects of any kind – Specify Information Objects 67 The practitioners involved Process Expert Business Analyst SW developer Information Expert SW & Information Expert Service Expert & Service Arch Strategist, Business Arch Business Architect, HR experts Executive, BAnalyst, BArch BAnalyst, B & Enterprise Arch, BAnalyst, B & App Arch, BIntel Business Arch & Enterprise Arch Information /Data Arch & BIntel Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations Process Modeling Practitioners
  68. 68. ! Global University Alliance Research Way of Thinking – Conceptual Context ! What is Enterprise Architecture and how does Business Architecture relate ! The strategic importance of Business Architecture ! How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together ! How Business Modelling and Business Architecture fit together Way of Working around Business Architecture ! How it all combines (working in Layers) ! Business Architecture decomposition & composition concepts Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations ! BPMN 2.0 ! eXtended BPMN - a new way of modelling Agenda
  69. 69. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Strategy “Model” 69 Strategy “Model Who is Responsible? Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  70. 70. 70 Which KPIs have no Responsibility? … Owner: “Strategy, CSF, KPI and RACI relation RACI” LEAD Objects with no Ownership properties Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Strategy Modelling and Ownership
  71. 71. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Business Competency to KPI Modeling 71 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  72. 72. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: KPI to Activity Modeling 72 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  73. 73. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: KPI/Activity Gap 73 Which KPIs can’t be Measured via a Process? Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  74. 74. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Model and Analyze 1.  Use Extended Process Modeling Notation to enhance models –  Include Business/Information/Data Objects –  Identify Tasks and Services (Manual or Automated) –  Include Roles and Rules –  Identify PPIs in support of KPIs 2.  Impact & Gap Analysis 3.  What If Simulation & Analysis 74
  75. 75. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Unmonitored: Standard BPMN 2.0 75 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler
  76. 76. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Enhanced with x-BPMN capabilities: Add Operational Details 76 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  77. 77. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Use eXtended BPMN Task Types 77 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  78. 78. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Manual Services 78 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  79. 79. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Automated Services 79 Automated Service Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  80. 80. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Manual and Automated Services 80 Manual Service Automated Service Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  81. 81. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Service Reporting 81 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  82. 82. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Business Rules 82 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  83. 83. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Business Rule Flow 83 Enhanced: Business Rule Flow Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  84. 84. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Business Rules 84 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  85. 85. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Business Rule Reporting 85 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  86. 86. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Business, Information, Data Objects 86 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  87. 87. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Business, Information, Data Objects 87 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  88. 88. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Business, Information, Data Object Flow Reporting 88 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  89. 89. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Measurements, KPIs, PPIs, Reports 89 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  90. 90. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Measurements, KPIs, PPIs, Reports 90 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler: eXtended BPMN capabilities
  91. 91. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Simulated PPI Values To Be Changes – Cost Cutting Impact 91 Example uses IGrafx Enterprise Modeler and Performance Central
  92. 92. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Monitor PPIs Cockpits Define Cockpits to view PPI data Real Time 1.  View cross dependent PPIs to make sure one optimization has not negatively affected another PPI 2.  See historical effect of changing PPI Targets 92
  93. 93. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Monitor PPI Actuals Cost Cutting Impact 93 Example uses IGrafx Performance Central
  94. 94. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Monitor KPIs Scorecard Rollup Define Dashboards/Scorecards 1.  Rollup and Visualize status of SBO/CSF/KPI based on PPIs 2.  Drill Down to specific PPIs to see Root Cause 94
  95. 95. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Monitor KPIs Scorecard Rollup 95 Example uses IGrafx Performance Central
  96. 96. From Business Architecture 2 Process Notations: Monitor KPIs Drilldown to PPIs 96 Example uses IGrafx Performance Central
  97. 97. ! Global University Alliance Research Way of Thinking – Conceptual Context ! What is Enterprise Architecture and how does Business Architecture relate ! The strategic importance of Business Architecture ! How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together ! How Business Modelling and Business Architecture fit together Way of Working around Business Architecture ! How it all combines (working in Layers) ! Business Architecture decomposition & composition concepts Way of Modelling around Business Architecture and Process Notations ! BPMN 2.0 ! eXtended BPMN - a new way of modelling ! Putting it all together Agenda
  98. 98. Putting it all together: Business Architecture Roadmap
  99. 99. Process Modelling and Business Architecture an integrated part of the LEAD Process Reference Framework 1.  Request LEADing Practice material presented today 2.  Schedule free workshop with LEAD and Prof. Mark von Rosing Interest? email: BusinessArchitecture@LEADingPractice.com
  100. 100. Global University Alliance Professor Mark von Rosing LEAD Enterprise Architect HEAD of Global University Alliance Mobile +45 2888 8901 E-Mail: MvR@GlobalUniversityAlliance.net For more information: www.globaluniversityalliance.net LEADing Practice Henrik von Scheel LEAD Transformation Architect LEADing Practice, CEO Mobile +45 60728401 E-Mail: HvS@LEADingPractice.com For more information: www.LEADingPractice.com Questions?
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