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How to implement TOGAF with LeanIX

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The slides from our popular webinar with expert Juha Mylläri on how to successfully implement TOGAF with LeanIX. Find out about TOGAF basics and how to support your Enterprise Architecture with it and LeanIX to create value for your stakeholders.

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How to implement TOGAF with LeanIX

  1. 1. HOW TO IMPLEMENT TOGAF WITH LEANIX Juha Mylläri, 15 February 2017
  2. 2. Key Takeaways 2 How to support Enterprise Architecture Management using TOGAF & LeanIX 1 How to transform your EA practice from internal focus to providing value for your stakeholders The basics of the TOGAF best practice Enterprise Architecture (EA) framework 2 3
  3. 3. Juha Mylläri Enterprise Architecture Leader, MIT Consulting, www.myllaeri.ch Introducing the Speaker 3 • MSc.Eng, eMBA with over 20 years of international experience in software development, project management, IT-management, management consulting and enterprise architecture. • Founder of MIT Consulting based in Zurich, Switzerland: the premier provider of Enterprise Architecture consulting and services to large enterprises customers • Previously, Juha was Vice President for the group Enterprise Architecture practice in an international provider of technology solutions and services for defense, aviation and space industry, with more than 8000 employees, production facilities in Switzerland, Germany, Finland, Sweden, United States, France, Austria, Hungary and Australia.
  4. 4. What is TOGAF? 4 TOGAF is one of the most popular EA frameworks today and many organizations consider it to be the de facto standard. TOGAF provides a toolkit of best practices, processes, principles, rules, guidelines and techniques for Enterprise Architects. However, you still need to find a way to apply the framework in a pragmatic way that creates value for your business. As of 2016, the Open Group reports that TOGAF is employed by 80% of Global 50 companies and 60% of Fortune 500 companies. Yet research shows that often TOGAF recommendations are found to be inapplicable and difficult to implement.
  5. 5. TOGAF Overview 5 Source: TOGAF ADM, The Open Group TOGAF is Open Group’s best practice method for developing Enterprise Architecture. TOGAF’s Pros and Cons: + Widely established and recognized – Difficult to implement in a lean way – Intensive training and maintenance effort to keep it alive. – Typically generates tons of artifacts, requiring an EA repository specialist.
  6. 6. TOGAF’s core: Architecture Development Method (ADM) 6Source: TOGAF ADM, The Open Group Prepare organization for a successful architecture project. Set the scope, constraints and expectations, validate Bus.Context, create Arch.Vision and Statement of Arch.Work. Develop Business-, IS- and Technology Arch. Baseline, Target Arch. and Gap Analysis. Identify major implementation Projects. Develop implementation and migration plan. Provide Arch.Governance for the implementation. Respond to changing architecture needs. Manage Arch. Requirements
  7. 7. Iterative EA Development Sprints in TOGAF ADM 7Source: TOGAF ADM, The Open Group Data Quality Sprint EA Capability Sprint EA Roadmap Sprint Architecture Project
  8. 8. TOGAF Architecture Repository Model 8Source: TOGAF Ch.41, The Open Group (TOGAF: Chapter 41) 1 2 4 5 6 3
  9. 9. Prio 1 Skill: Capability Based EA Planning 9Source: TOGAF (Ch.32.4), The Open Group 2 1 3 4 How can we support this?
  10. 10. Best-of-breed EA Tool Strategy (Customer Case) 10 Solution Architecture Strategic EA Management and Repository Many tools integrated out of the box Requirements, Workflow and Metrics Communication and Collaboration Business Process Design and Management
  11. 11. LeanIX Enterprise Architecture Management Intro 11 Fact Sheets & Tagging Context-based Search API, Import & Export Comments & Threads IT Inventory Collaboration Platform Interactive Reporting Activity Stream & Notifications Subscription Print & Export (PDF) Best Practice Reports Interactive Adaption
  12. 12. LeanIX Data Model: Factsheets for TOGAF Artifacts 12 Technology Architecture Information Systems Architecture Business Architecture SW, HW, Services Business Interface Application Provider IT Component Project User Group Data Object Tech. Stack Business Capability Process Can be pragmatically mapped to TOGAF
  13. 13. Step 1: Capturing Architecture Vision & Reqs 13Source: TOGAF (Ch.34.2.2), The Open Group • Capture static content into Wiki (Principles, Strategy, etc) • Make it a collaborative effort – do not write extensive DDs (Dinosaur Documents) • Make it modular – you want to be able to reference to the items of Architecture Vision and Requirements, etc… individually by hyperlinking • Capture Capability requirements that are crucial for Business – and thus priority 1 for EA activities in the Corporate Requirements Management Platform, e.g. JIRA. 2 3 1
  14. 14. Step 1 Example: EA Wiki and Jira Pages (1) 14
  15. 15. Step 1 Example: EA Wiki and Jira Pages (2) 15
  16. 16. Step 2: Capturing Capabilities & Business Services 16 L1 Capability Business Service TOGAF Terminology Mapping to LeanIX (Hierarchy L1, L2, L3) L2 2 • Start Capability-based planning (TOGAF CH 32) in LeanIX by capturing your organization’s Capabilities (L1) and Business Services (L2). • Use LeanIX (or other) industry Best Practise Capability models as a reference framework – do not re-invent the wheel. Capability Source: TOGAF (Ch.32.4), The Open Group
  17. 17. Step 2 Example: LeanIX Reference Capability Model 17 Insurance Company
  18. 18. Steps 2-5: Capture & map other Business Architecture TOGAF artifacts to LeanIX Data Model 18 Corporate Project Work Packages Process Function Org. Unit Role L1 Capability Business Service Capability Project Process Stakeholder TOGAF Terminology Mapping to LeanIX (Hierarchy L1 and L2) L2 Source: TOGAF (Ch.8), The Open Group
  19. 19. Steps 6-8: Capture & map Information & Technology TOGAF artifacts to LeanIX Data Model 19 IS Service Logical Application Comp. Platform Service Logical Technology Comp. L1 Data Entity Logical Data Comp. Business Object Application IT Component TOGAF Terminology Mapping to LeanIX (Hierarchy L1, L2, L3) L2 Physical Application Comp. Physical Technology Comp. Physical Data Comp. L3 Source: TOGAF (Ch.9, 12), The Open Group
  20. 20. Step 8 Example: Technological Capabilities Reference Model (LeanIX Tech Stacks) 20
  21. 21. Summary: TOGAF ADM with LeanIX and selected best-of-breed, integrated tools 21Source: TOGAF (Ch.5), The Open Group
  22. 22. Create Stakeholder/Segment Views through Tags 22 Stakeholder View
  23. 23. Essential Best-Practice Stakeholder Views through Standard LeanIX Reports 23 MetricsHeatmaps Roadmaps Costs Application Landscape Interface Landscape Application Sourcing Map Application Roadmap Technology Vendor Support Project Roadmap Operations Cost by Capability Operations Cost by Provider Project Cost & Status Application Portfolio Application Lifecycle Development Application Age Structure
  24. 24. Live Demo: TOGAF with LeanIX 24 It’s time to see some action :-) 24 Live Demo: TOGAF with LeanIX go to www.leanix.net to request a personal Demo
  25. 25. Start implementing TOGAF with LeanIX 25 – Review your EA stakeholders and their needs for Views. – Identify Prio 1 Capabilities in your organization, based on your corporate strategy. – Get LeanIX and capture basic structures to fit to your company. In the next two weeks – Start collaborative Capability Based Planning in LeanIX with both IT and business stakeholders for your Prio 1 Capabilities. – Provide and sell first out-of-the box LeanIX reports to your Stakeholders. In the next three months – Deliver your Stakeholder Views in LeanIX for the Prio 1-n Capabilities. – Focus on improving data quality and governance through integration with other systems and governance processes (e.g. Finance, Portfolio Mgt, Operations). – Manage your EA as a collaborative, stakeholder-focused and dynamic program of Architecture Projects and Improvement Sprints (i.e. ADM Iterations). In six months
  26. 26. Thank you. 26 Please get in touch! juha@myllaeri.ch +41 79 120 4566 ruth.reinicke@leanix.net + 49-228 2862992-0 www.leanix.net
  27. 27. HOW TO IMPLEMENT TOGAF WITH LEANIX 27 Did you like our presentation? Click below to: Thank you! Learn More about LeanIX http://bit.ly/LeanIXDemoS Request a free demo http://bit.ly/LeanIXDemo

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