Business Transformation and Enterprise Architecture

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Depending on your role, the word business transformation conjures a host of emotions. If you are an executive who has been asked to lead a business transformation program, it often means a career limiting move. If you are an architect – it often implies funds to do cool stuff and for project managers it often means we have job for next few years. As a CEO, you know it is necessary, but your chances of success are very very low.

Purpose of this webinar is to share our experience , with the hope to establish common understanding, vocabulary and good practices, so it doesn’t have to become a career limiting move. In this webinar we will discuss:

• The Need and Scope of Business Transformation
• Essential Elements of Business Transformation
• Common Points of Failure and How to Monitor Signs of Trouble
Case Studies – example signs of trouble and corrective actions

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Business Transformation and Enterprise Architecture

  1. 1. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Business Transformation & Enterprise Architecture The Open Group Webinars http://www.opengroup.org/events/our-webinars Jason Uppal, P.Eng. Open CA Level 3 Chief Architect CEO – QRS and Chief Architect – clinicalMessage Jason.uppal@qrs3E.com Date: September 19, 2013
  2. 2. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Q1.2013 Q1.2012 1998 • Things change in hurry • Market position is no longer protected by geography or national boundaries – competition is everywhere • Protection – be good … be very very good everyday • Running a business is almost like a being on PGA tour, need to perform every day Business Transformation What is the fuss about?
  3. 3. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Business Transformation in simplest terms Discontinuity : = Opportunity to re- invent your Business Model irrespective of the scope of change 1 Recognize Discontinuity 2 Identify Capabilities Affected 3 Who needs to be inspired to make and leverage the changes? 4 Results
  4. 4. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Consider a Scenario… You work for a mid sized financial services company, through consolidation and acquisition, the company is now operating in 6 states with a controlling interest in an overseas company. With these changes the current technology landscape becomes complex: • Costly to manage • Not very agile • Cannot leverage new technology capabilities • Long list of audit concerns… Your company is looking for help. Does it sound like your problem yet? Not my problem!
  5. 5. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Boil the ocean, what is theoretically possible… put it all in the cloud Take Charge • Improve cost, agility @ a level of Risk the organization can accept • Be accountable Architect a roadmap and throw it over the fence, with oversight
  6. 6. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series 1. Preliminary Phase – Identification of the architecture scope and required information 2. Architecture Vision – What the architecture will accomplish 3. Architecture Definition – Determine all components and causal relationship 4. Opportunities and Solutions – Capture the leading opportunities to implement the architecture 5. Migration Planning – Develop the required transition architectures 6. Implementation Governance – Execution of the architecture 7. Architecture Change Management – Assure that the enterprise capabilities are exploited as planned, -> val gen TOGAF® TOGAF ADM®
  7. 7. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series IT Architects • Skills and experience in producing architectures • Appropriate technical skills and experience, including technical breadth • Disciplined, method driven execution • Full lifecycle experience • Leadership • Strong personal and professional skills http://www.opengroup.org/openca/cert/docs /OpenCA_Conformance_Requirements.pdf Business Architects • Same as above • Focus is on Business aspects as oppose to IT http://www.opengroup.org/certifications/professional/ope n-ca/business-architecture
  8. 8. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series ITIL COBIT how do we combine methods and skills? Services Model
  9. 9. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series EA Services Model Changes in the Enterprise Ecosystem Output: progress towards the Vision Operations
  10. 10. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Business Transformation is Necessary. We have methods and skills. So why are we here? Learning Checkpoint
  11. 11. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series It is not working When an Electronic Health Record implementation fails, the cost isn’t just in dollars; it is felt in human suffering
  12. 12. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Be a Starter Be on the Sidelines Choices are…
  13. 13. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Business Transformation and Enterprise Architecture Enterprise Capabilities Enterprise Value 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 Summary of Services 4.2, 4.3: Exploit the Capabilities -> generate value 4.1: What capabilities need to change to respond to the known opportunities 4.4: Roadmap – Conceptual Architecture 4.5: Logical and physical 4.6: On-going support All phases of the ADM for each service are completed
  14. 14. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Call to Action you have the mandate Capabilities Affected Size of the Impact • Configuration Change • Design Change • Architecture Change • Rethink the Capability What is your visible and invisible competition doing? Value to the Enterprise Key Stakeholders • Pain • Unique Selling Proposition • Compelling Event • Champion • Key Players • Aligned Purchasing Process • Operations • Projects 4.2, 4.3: Exploit the Capabilities -> generate value 4.1: What capabilities need to change to respond to the known opportunities 4.4: Roadmap – Conceptual Architecture 4.5: Logical and physical 4.6: On-going support
  15. 15. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Signs of Trouble… business transformation program Staff Disengaged SMT Unaccountable http://dice.bcg.com/dice.html
  16. 16. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Come and Learn from your Practicing Colleagues
  17. 17. QRS | business transformation www.qrs3E.com The Open Group Webinar Series Thank you Jason.Uppal@qrs3E.com http://www.qrs3e.com/strategy-and-execution-chasm/ http://www.qrs3e.com/htmlpages/educate.html

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