The Business Architecture Viewpoint: Defining the Bricks
Published: 26 September 2007
A well-defined business architecture is a prerequisite for developing a successful enterprise architecture. It defines how the business will respond to strategic change through developing effective future-state-architecture designs for the business, not technology.
Table Of Contents
- What We Are
- Defining the Bricks
- Brick 1: Subprocesses
- Brick 2: People
- Brick 3: Resources
- Brick 4: Products and Services
- Using Business Architecture Bricks
- Creating a Business Architecture Brick Manifest
- From Manifest to Managing the Portfolio of Business Architecture Bricks
- Bottom Line
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