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Business.Process.Alignment

  1. 1. Business Process Alignment Group-3 Ltd By Djadja Sardjana
  2. 2. Elements of Group-3 Architecture Models, diagrams, charts, narratives, cross references, blueprints,… Of: A “Business” (an enterprise) along with the data and information the “business” needs along with the manual processes and automated applications, to support the “business” and manage its data along with deployment in a “technology” platform taken into consideration security, access protections & privacy
  3. 3. Use simple classification What How Where Who When Why From six different perspectives: Planner (Contextual) Owner (Owner) Designer (Logical) Builder (Physical) Sub-Contractor (Out-of-Context) The functioning Enterprise itself
  4. 4. Zachman Framework
  5. 5. Background Strategy Architecture Assessment Checklist & Guidebook Programs & Services, Information Modeling Handbook, Adaptive Infrastructure Centre of Excellence Project EIA Project Phase 2 Enterprise I&IT Architecture (EIA) Project Phase 1 I&IT Strategy
  6. 6. Architecture Governance Company Board of Stakeholder Proposed E- Government Council (ESD Planning) I & IT Executive Leadership Council Cluster CIO Cluster Architecture Architecture Review Review Board Board IT Standards Cluster Architecture Architecture Core Council Core Team Team Cluster Domain Domain Architecture Architecture Teams Team Leads Information Technology Application Corporate Architecture Business & Infrastructure Security Cluster Projects Projects (Change Initiatives)
  7. 7. Challenges Involve the right parties Consistency of usage (what level to target) Ongoing need to demonstrate value When you can not mandate a single customization of one systems development methodology, how do you ensure that you get what you need? How do we pull together an effective architecture review? How do we establish enterprise architecture methodologies that apply well across companies? How do we get both business line owners and systems developers to understand and be involved in architecture?
  8. 8. Performance Management Business Performance is measured by: Market – Demand, Innovation Customers – Quality, Value, Responsiveness Shareholders – Financial Results Suppliers Alignment Alignment Challenge Challenge Employees Communities Operations Performance measures can provide a quantitative view into Enterprise’s execution capability and agility.

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