Gartner Research

Four Techniques EA Can Use To Make Smarter Strategic Decisions

Published: 06 August 2018

ID: G00362848

Analyst(s): Jack Santos , James McGovern

Summary

To deliver valuable business outcomes, EA must help inform and guide a rigorous analysis of business strategy and the disruption it faces. Enterprise architecture and technology innovation leaders can drive better decision making using these techniques.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • Use Scenario Planning to Improve Business and IT Strategy Resiliency
  • Create Feedback Loops to Shape Responses to Business Change
    • Analysis Frameworks
  • Use System Qualities to Elicit Stakeholder Concerns
  • Classify the Risk Landscape to Manage Risk and Shape Product Design

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