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Toolkit: Use an EA Charter to Give Stakeholders Clarity on EA's Purpose and Scope

Published: 17 December 2014

ID: G00245593

Analyst(s): Chris Wilson

Summary

The EA charter defines the EA team's focus and actions for the next enterprise architecture iteration. It is not a document to be written and then placed on a shelf; rather, it is a living document that forms the basis for collaboration between the EA team and its stakeholders.

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When to Use

  • What Is an EA Charter?
  • Why Should I Write an EA Charter?
  • When Should I Write an EA Charter?
  • What Do I Do With the EA Charter Once It Is Written?

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