Category : Business Architecture - Enterprise Evolver-An App to Map the Whole Enterprise

Design Thinking for a sustainable & innovative Enterprise Architecture Organization

In the traditional enterprise architecture (EA) organization, architecture is developed by capturing the baseline and then defining the target architecture and roadmap to achieve the vision. Many times a future state is created by focusing on architecture framework(s) and by creating many drawings and maps spending countless amount of time and money. These approaches of […]

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Applications of SNA in Enterprise Architecture

So, in my last article “Visualizing the Complexity of the Enterprise”, I talked about the new graph feature added in the app Enterprise Evolver (“Evolver”). This graph feature is the foundation upon which many technical capabilities can be added into the App to understand enterprise complexity and to support decision making for any business transformation initiative.  An enterprise […]

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Enterprise Evolver- An Engagement App

Apple and IBM are redefining the mobile enterprise industry and their last year partnership’s  announcement is designed to revolutionize industry and empower employees. Apple iPad Pro with 12.9-inch 2732 x 2048 resolution display, which will be available next month, is designed specifically to empower employees more creative and more productive — at a whole new scale. Imagine all […]

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Visualizing Complexity of the Enterprise

Business and IT professionals know quite too well the importance of having intimate knowledge about the relationship of an enterprise business’s strategy, capability, processes, technology, information systems and other resources and how the organization deals with its resources, capabilities and customers. When working towards success, it is extremely important to understand that those are constantly […]

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Architecting for Customer Outcomes

Architecting for Customer Outcomes In my previous article “Architecting for Business Outcomes” , I talked about how capability modeling is used to achieve your business outcomes. This blog should have come first. Because without design for customer outcomes, there can never be any business outcomes. It is vitally important to bear customer outcomes in mind […]

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Stay in the forefront of your career opportunities!

It’s no secret that high-tech is the future of business. So if you’re a student of Computer Science, Information Systems, or Business School, you want to be on the cutting edge of both technology and business. Well you can’t be on the cutting edge if your tools are not! Today a business should be totally […]

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Architecting for Business Outcomes

Capability modeling has become a standard approach for developing business architecture to transform and evolve an enterprise. Business capability modeling provides a shared understanding of the relative value of all business activities the business must perform to achieve the desired outcome. It is important to understand that the business goals and vision define the ends […]

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Evolver New Features!

Some new features added for the upcoming release , scheduled for next month, are listed below: 1- Visualization of concept model (aka meta model) 2- Enhanced Visual Editor (renamed from Appearance Editor) 3- Sharing of maps data across team to promote collaboration You can share any map , configuration data or hierarchical data among your […]

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When should you Transplant or Upgrade your Technology?

The application of technology to every aspect of business is revolutionizing the way it works. More importantly it is changing customer expectations of business. In the good old days, there were only foundational operations of business; manufacturing, sales & marketing, finance, logistics and people. But today, technology is the sixth and emerged as most essential […]

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Mapping Possibilities and Managing Clients

I chose Business Consulting as my profession because I loved creative challenges if offered, shifting landscapes, the ability to gain expertise across a range of industries, the need to stay on the leading edge of the popular technologies, and lastly, though, the glamor of lifestyle it affords. It hasn’t always worked well. There were many […]

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