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On the 23rd Nov 2015 the British Computer Society (BCS) Enterprise Architecture Specialist Group (which I co-chair) held a practitioners evening in London

Attached are my Introduction Slides - Setting context and introducing a EA Stack

On the 23rd Nov 2015 the British Computer Society (BCS) Enterprise Architecture Specialist Group (which I co-chair) held a practitioners evening in London

Attached are my Introduction Slides - Setting context and introducing a EA Stack

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  1. 1. Practitioners’ Day Introduction Enterprise Architecture Specialist Interest Group November 2015 Daljit Banger MSc FBCS
  2. 2. Tom Graves Daljit Banger Daljit Banger • Welcome – Setting the Context for the day – Software Demo (Optional) • Business Architecture - ICT Strategy Formulation • Application / Service & Information • Data / Information Architecture • Enterprise Security Thinking Exercise Agenda
  3. 3. Welcome Daljit Banger FBCS MSc
  4. 4. Practitioners DayShare Issues / Success Stories / Problems 15mins 30 mins Lively discussion Setting the Context
  5. 5. Enterprise Architecture Frameworks The Stack !
  6. 6. Value Added / Hygiene Technology Services Consume Produce/Deliver
  7. 7. Change in the Business Operating Model Business Transformation Business Strategy Reuse System Capabilities Explore New Channels
  8. 8. STATE Time Current Target Transition State (x) Transition State (y)
  9. 9. Efficiency Gains / Cost Savings can be achieved through: 1.Exploiting Technology Synergies 2.Re-using System Components 3.Exposing System Services to new processes. 4.Understanding the impact of new systems on the performance and capacity of enabling technologies.
  10. 10. Common Artefacts / Deliverables Daljit Banger
  11. 11. Thus the deliverables and attributes of artefacts produced by the EA teams will be directly influenced by one or all of the following: However, irrespective of the structure or capabilities of the team, all artefacts can be classified into 1 of 3 domains One size does not necessarily always fit all No two organisations are identical
  12. 12. CID Touch Points I C D I CI I C C I I D D I I
  13. 13. 5P’s of Enterprise Architecture
  14. 14. Comment • Enterprise Architecture is delivered in the context of the Organisation – true value can not be realised by simply following a single ‘Cook Book’ approach. • Architectural Realization is a way of thinking and not a concrete technological implementation. It is however, supported by frameworks, patterns & best practices that complement the mindset.
  15. 15. Website : www.s-ea-t.com (Tools, Papers Downloads) Blog : https://dalbanger.wordpress.com/ Email : dal@s-ea-t.com Thank You

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  • The purpose of today's session is to revisit some core concepts around Enterprise Architecture and highlight what success should look like.
    We shall
    Revisit What it is Enterprise Architecture is and is meant to deliver
    Discuss the characteristics of a successful Enterprise Architecture practice
    Discuss observations from existing clients and highlight the progress to date.
    Have a Open Forum discussion around the way forward on delivering and promoting Enterprise Services
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