Gartner Research

Agenda Overview for Enterprise Architecture, 2013

Published: 02 January 2013

ID: G00245986

Analyst(s): Julie Short

Summary

In 2013, enterprise architecture team members will continue to focus on delivering targeted business outcomes, driven by business strategy and direction, while dealing with business disruptions. They will also focus on producing deliverables that can be used by other disciplines.

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Analysis

Key Issues

  • How can organizations use EA for competitive advantage?
  • How can EA help organizations make better business and IT investment decisions?
  • How can organizations integrate EA, IT and business strategies to deliver value to the business?
  • What skills, structures and organizational factors should EA leaders consider in maximizing the EA team's value to the organization?
  • How can EA practitioners manage disruptive business and technology innovations, including social collaboration, mobile computing, the cloud and big data?
  • How can EA practitioners produce deliverables that can be used by other disciplines, such as EIM, MDM, BPM and PPM, to deliver targeted business outcomes?

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