The First Year of EA at BristolEA Workshop,March 2012 Nikki Rogers, Enterprise Architect
Background to EA at Bristol• In the years prior to 2011:• Increased BA activity, Business Case  process development, estab...
Balancing Tactical with Strategic• Working on specific projects versus  strategic workE.g. (Project) Looking for technical...
Using Archimate to illustrateissues
Balancing Tactical with Strategic
Enterprise Architecture – is  What?• Strategically linking business processes  with ICT• Coherent plan from           Holi...
EA involves a lot of talking
Researcher Lifecycle
Researcher Lifecycle
Student Lifecycle
Student Lifecycle
Student Lifecycle
Student Lifecycle – tech view
Student Lifecycle - tech view
Using EA Approaches to solve  specific problems• The Performance Enhancement business  case had established principles and...
What is our Operating model forAssessing Students?
Adapted from the Book, "Enterprise Architecture as Strategy" by Peter. Weill, Jeanne W.Ross, David C. Robertson
Offering a Vision of the “To Be”
Questions?• Enterprise Architecture at UoB  http://enterprisearchitect.blogs.ilrt.org/• Enterprise Continuumhttps://wikis....
The first year of EA at Bristol
The first year of EA at Bristol
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Nikki Rogers provides an overview of her experience, one year on, of being an Enterprise Architect at Bristol University.

Presented at the first JISC Emerging Practices workshop (2012/03/29).

http://emergingpractices.jiscinvolve.org/wp/doing-ea-workshop/

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  • BA = business analyst activity
  • This part of the model highlights issues in RED e.g. reconciliation of OAT dummy code with chosen codes was not an automated process and it was not clear who was owning that important step (often resulting in duplicate records)
  • Lightbulb moments!
  • Why did Uob introduce EA? NB EA more into HE sector, JISC interested in. GAP Example – Performance Enhancement – we lack historical teaching data? Syllabus Plus – data not reused about our teaching over previous years OVERLAP example – PurePortal, Replacement CMS REUSABLE data asset – e.g. MMB (data integrated for delivery via mobile platform) – wanted in the portal – data service for bus transport etc.
  • Different language spoken in diffferent parts of the organisation – need to cross map thinking from R&D group to the Marketing and Comms office, through to the elearning committee and education strategy group
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  • 2 mins Through EA architecture progress through the stages of ICT Maturity Tech standardisation -> Optimised core = money saving Trade off by the time we reach optimised core -> business modularity… but agility and competitive advantage become far more possible
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  • 1 min Environment Scan – lecture capture – and note data storage (Nick Lieven & Karla – Chris Willmore developing TEL strategy – framework for lecture capture and itunesU)
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  • The first year of EA at Bristol

    1. 1. The First Year of EA at BristolEA Workshop,March 2012 Nikki Rogers, Enterprise Architect
    2. 2. Background to EA at Bristol• In the years prior to 2011:• Increased BA activity, Business Case process development, establishment of governing body, projects run with Prince2• EA Foundation programme - JISC• New EA Role filled Feb 2011• Now integrating ITIL, EA, Prince2, IT Project Development Methodology
    3. 3. Balancing Tactical with Strategic• Working on specific projects versus strategic workE.g. (Project) Looking for technical or business process problems in the Curriculum design change process…
    4. 4. Using Archimate to illustrateissues
    5. 5. Balancing Tactical with Strategic
    6. 6. Enterprise Architecture – is What?• Strategically linking business processes with ICT• Coherent plan from Holistic Approach• “as is” to “to be”• Find overlaps, gaps/lack of strategic clarity and reusable data assets• Facilitate communication at the enterprise level
    7. 7. EA involves a lot of talking
    8. 8. Researcher Lifecycle
    9. 9. Researcher Lifecycle
    10. 10. Student Lifecycle
    11. 11. Student Lifecycle
    12. 12. Student Lifecycle
    13. 13. Student Lifecycle – tech view
    14. 14. Student Lifecycle - tech view
    15. 15. Using EA Approaches to solve specific problems• The Performance Enhancement business case had established principles and a project plan, but lacked a vision• Marks and Assessment – what’s our operating model?• Mobile solutions - strategic thinking alignment• Public Facing Uni Web – boundary disputes
    16. 16. What is our Operating model forAssessing Students?
    17. 17. Adapted from the Book, "Enterprise Architecture as Strategy" by Peter. Weill, Jeanne W.Ross, David C. Robertson
    18. 18. Offering a Vision of the “To Be”
    19. 19. Questions?• Enterprise Architecture at UoB http://enterprisearchitect.blogs.ilrt.org/• Enterprise Continuumhttps://wikis.bris.ac.uk/display/EntContinuum/Home

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