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2019 07 Bizbok with Archimate 3 v3 [UPDATED !]

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ARCHIMATE & BIZBOK templates
Here is an interpretation on how to implement the BIZBOK recommendation with Archimate 3.

This is an update of the previous documents published in 2018 and 2017.
Any comments or requirements to chdessus@competensis.com

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2019 07 Bizbok with Archimate 3 v3 [UPDATED !]

  1. 1. Competensis Christine Dessus chdessus@competensis.com +336 31 09 73 54 www.competensis.com Competensis ®, Blue Jigsaw Competensis ® et Blue Jigsaw ® sont des marques déposées de la société COMPETENSIS SASU. Tous droits réservés.
  2. 2. BIZBOK • BIZBOK : BusinessArchitecture BookOf Knowledge • http://www.businessarchitectureguild.org/ • To promote best practice and expand the knowledge of the business architecture discipline V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate2
  3. 3. BIZBOK Scope • BIZBOK : BusinessArchitecture BookOf Knowledge V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate3
  4. 4. Our intention • Promote the BIZBOK standard for business architects, in interaction with the TOGAF standard • Promote the use ofArchimate as a universal langage for modelling both IT architectures and Business architectures. V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Business Strategy TOGAF IT Strategy ARCHIMATE Modelling language Business Expectations Capability Value stream Organization Policy Stakeholders Information… Application Services Application components Software Devices Data… 4
  5. 5. Tooling •All diagrams are made with ARCHI version 4.03 •www.archimatetool.com V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate5
  6. 6. BIZBOKValue Stream V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate
  7. 7. Value Stream Value Chain Value StreamVSValue Chain • Michael Porter's 1985 ▪ “ a chain of activities that a firm operating in a specific industry performs in order to deliver a valuable product or service for the market.“ • BIZBOK, page 8 ▪ The major stages involved in delivering value to the collective set of business stakeholders benefitting from business architecture. ▪ End-to-end collection of activities that deliver value to internal and external stakeholders V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate • www.bainstitute.org ▪ AValue Chain disaggregates a firm into its strategically relevant activities in order to understand the behavior of costs and the existing and potential sources of differentiation. ▪ http://www.bainstitute.org/resources/articles/business-architecture-value-streams-and- value-chains • WIKIPEDIA ▪ A value chain is a set of activities that a firm operating in a specific industry performs in order to deliver a valuable product or servicefor the market. The concept comes through business management and was first described by Michael Porter in his 1985 best-seller. • BIZBOK, page ? ▪ Concept is not use. 7
  8. 8. Value StreamVSValue Chain •French translation ▪Value Stream : chaîne de valeur ou flux de valeur ▪Value Chain : chaîne de valeur •As in the BIZBOK, in the rest of the document, we will only use the Value Stream concept. V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate8
  9. 9. Business ArchitectureValue Stream V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 9 Stages Activities 9
  10. 10. BIZBOK Strategy Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate
  11. 11. Strategy map & Motivation Model V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 24 - 45 11 • BIZBOK Definition : ▪Strategy is the pattern or plan that integrates an organizaton major goals, policies and action sequences into a cohesive whole.
  12. 12. BIZBOK Capability Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate
  13. 13. Business Capability V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 35 - 56 13 • BIZBOK Definition : ▪A capability defines what the business does ▪Basic building blocks of a business ▪Capability relates to other aspects of a business
  14. 14. BusinessCapability Map Example V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 68 14
  15. 15. BusinessCapability Decomposition - Example V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 86 15 Use Composition relation between the Capability (mother, first level) and the second or third level Capabilities (lower level)
  16. 16. BusinessCapability Heat mapping V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 24 16 ▪ Red : Significantly problematic ▪ Orange : Problematic. Not severe ▪ Yellow : Suboptimal ▪ Green :Working well ▪ Purple : Does not exist but should ▪ No color : Not evaluated
  17. 17. BusinessCapability &Value Stream Heat mapping V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 98 17 Note : The « Acquire a product » value stream is a BUSINESS FUNCTION All stages are BUSINESS PROCESS
  18. 18. BusinessCapability Archimate 3 Relations V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 103 18 Archimate relationships to be improved
  19. 19. BusinessCapability Archimate 3 Relations V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 103 19 Archimate relationships to be improved
  20. 20. BusinessCapability Archimate 3 Relations V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 103 20 Use the RESOURCE object
  21. 21. BusinessCapability Archimate 3 Relations V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate BIZBOK Page : 103 21 • Existing relationships with information objects do not allow to respect the BIZBOK principles. • That's why I suggest to use the RESOURCE object. • In practice, INFORMATION is a RESOURCE.
  22. 22. BIZBOK Organisation Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate
  23. 23. Organization Map • BIZBOK definition : ▪An organisation is a social unit of people, systematically structured and managed to meet a need or to pursue collective goals on a continuing basis. • Use the Archimate Objects : V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate23
  24. 24. Organization Map Example V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate24
  25. 25. Organization Map Example V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate25
  26. 26. Organization Map Business units • A BusinessUnit decomposes into BusinessUnits • A BusinessUnit has a capability V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate26 BIZBOK Page : 114
  27. 27. Organization Map Business units • Partner/third party has a Capability V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate27 BIZBOK Page : 114
  28. 28. Organization Map Collaborative teams V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate28 BIZBOK Page : 114 • BusinessUnits collaborates throughCollaborative Teams • CollaborativeTeams enable Capability
  29. 29. Organization Map Collaborative teams • BusinessUnits collaborates throughCollaborative Teams • CollaborativeTeams enable Capability V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate29 BIZBOK Page : 114
  30. 30. Organization Map Organization map showing value flows V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate30 BIZBOK Page : 123 • Use the FLOWS relationship between objects.
  31. 31. BIZBOK Value Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate
  32. 32. Value Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate32 BIZBOK Page : 126 BIZBOK Definition for Value ▪ The benefit that is derived by an organization stakeholder while interacting with the organization. ▪ A value can decompose into lower level value items
  33. 33. Value Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate33 BIZBOK Page : 126 BIZBOK Definition for Value Item ▪The judgment of worth, made by an individual or organization, attached to something tangible or intangible and attained in the course of a particular interaction with one or more other parties.
  34. 34. Value Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate34 BIZBOK Page : 127 BIZBOK Definition for Value Proposition ▪Value proposition is the aggregation of value items along the journey, collectively resulting in realization of the value proposition. ▪An innovation, service or feature intended to make a company, product, or service attractive to customers or related stakeholders.
  35. 35. Value Mapping for aValue Stream V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate35 BIZBOK Page : 128
  36. 36. Value Item : ▪I use the BUSINESS EVENT object as aVALUE ITEM because all required relationships already exist in Archimate. DecomposingValue into Contributing Elements V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate36 BIZBOK Page : 129
  37. 37. ProductValue V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate37 BIZBOK Page : 130
  38. 38. Value Network V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate38 BIZBOK Page : 138 Relationship : ▪I use the INFLUENCE relationship to materialize exchange of value between STAKEHOLDERS.
  39. 39. Value Stream / Capability Mapping V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate39 BIZBOK Page : 142-158
  40. 40. Value Stream / Business Process Mapping V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate40 BIZBOK Page : 161 • Business processes provide a detailed implementation level view on how things are accomplished. • Value stream provides an aggregate architectural view on how stakeholder value is delivered.
  41. 41. BIZBOK Information Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate
  42. 42. Information Map / Basic V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate42 BIZBOK Page : 177 to 187 • Business objects
  43. 43. Information Map / Relationship V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate43 • Conceptual model of concepts. Could be business information. Can’t be data • Could also be used to build an ontology • We are missing the cardinality between concepts that provide the core business rules BIZBOK Page : 177 to 187
  44. 44. Information Map / Perspectives from actors and stakeholders V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate44 • We are missing some relationships with the STAKEHOLDER block. So I use the ACTOR block with a FLOW relationship. BIZBOK Page : 177 to 187
  45. 45. Information Map / Capability and Information links V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate45 • Another possibility with the RESOURCE block. I prefer the previous proposition (page 43). BIZBOK Page : 177 to 187
  46. 46. Information Map / Capability and Auxiliary Information V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate46 BIZBOK Page : 177 to 187
  47. 47. BIZBOK Initiative Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate
  48. 48. Initiative Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate48 BIZBOK Page : 203, 220, 221… BIZBOK definition of INITIATIVE : • A course of action that is being executed or has been selected for execution.
  49. 49. Initiative Map / Mapping an Initiative (program) to value stream and capabilities V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate49 Initiatives deliver value stream changes BIZBOK Page : 203, 220, 221…
  50. 50. Initiative Map / Relationships to Objectives and Capabilities V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate50 • Initiatives pursue objectives • Initiatives deliver capabilities • Capabilities enable objectives BIZBOK Page : 203, 220, 221…
  51. 51. BIZBOK Product Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate
  52. 52. Product Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate52 BIZBOK definition : • Product : A good, idea, method, information, object or service that is the end result of a process and serves as a need or want satisfier. It's usually a bundle of tangible and intangible attributes (benefits, features, functions, uses) that a seller offers to a buyer for purchase. BIZBOK Page : 236 to 247
  53. 53. Product Map / product Line V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate53 BIZBOK definition : Product line : a series of different products which form a group, all made by the same company.A Product is part of Product Line. • For Product line, I use the AGGREGATE relationship. • For Product family, 2 solutions : COMPOSITION or SPECIALIZATION BIZBOK Page : 236 to 247
  54. 54. Product Map /Value Stream V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate54 BIZBOK Page : 236 to 247
  55. 55. Product Map /Value Stream V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate55 BIZBOK Page : 236 to 247
  56. 56. Product Map /Value Stream V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate56 BIZBOK Page : 236 to 247
  57. 57. BIZBOK Stakeholder Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate
  58. 58. Stakeholder Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate58 BIZBOK Page : 257 BIZBOK definition : • An internal or external individual or organization with a vested interest in achieving value through a particular outcome.
  59. 59. Stakeholder Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate59 BIZBOK Page : 257 BIZBOK definition : • An internal or external individual or organization with a vested interest in achieving value through a particular outcome.
  60. 60. Stakeholder Map /Value stream V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate60 BIZBOK Page : 257 • Stake holder is part of business unit • Stakeholder triggers value stream • Stakeholder participates in value stream stage
  61. 61. BIZBOK Policy Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate
  62. 62. Policy Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate62 BIZBOK Page : 267 to 275 BIZBOK definition : • A policy is a guiding principle used to set direction in an organization. • It can be a course of action to guide and influence decisions. It should be used as a guide to decision-making under a given set of circumstances within the framework of objectives, goals and management philosophies as determined by senior management. • A policy is also defined as a course of principles of action adopted or proposed by a government, party, business or individual..
  63. 63. Policy Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate63 BIZBOK Page : 267 to 275
  64. 64. Policy Map V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate64 • I think we should simplify and consider a policy as a set of principles contributing to a goal. Achieving the goal would require some courses of actions/initiative. • In Archimate 3, we are missing some INFLUENCE relationship between the Principle (POLICY) and the Course of Action (INITIATIVE) : the Principle influences the Course of action (and not only the reverse as shown). BIZBOK Page : 267 to 275
  65. 65. Contactez nous V1.0 Oct. 2017 Competensis BIZBOK modelling with Archimate Competensis SASU SIRET : 82474152400014 www.competensis.com chdessus@competensis.com https://fr.linkedin.com/in/chdessus https://www.slideshare.net/chdessus 65
  66. 66. Contact : Christine Dessus www.competensis.com chdessus@competensis.com +336 31 09 73 54 V1.0 MARS 2016 Blue Jigsaw Competensis - Business Model Competensis ®, Blue Jigsaw Competensis ® et Blue Jigsaw ® sont des marques déposées de la société COMPETENSIS SASU. Tous droits réservés.

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