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

Capability Driven Strategy for Innovation

Business Change and Execution

In today’s fast-changing environment and in the age of disruption, organization’s business models are not durable enough to manage change. Most change in business model is driven by the change in customer journey that drives changes in organization capabilities. The traditional approach of developing strategies are not suitable in the age of disruption. Enterprise Evolver (“Evolver”) […]

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How to create a customer journey map

Customer Journey Models

Customer journey map (aka experience map) is a strategic planning tool that provides a common understanding of:how customers are interacting with various touchpoints to reach their goals, what is their whole experience and what business parts (e.g. journey stages, customer goals & outcomes, needs, services, touchpoints, systems, business processes, people) go into making up those […]

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How to create a capability roadmap

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In my previous article, I have introduced the capability roadmap feature. In this article, I will describe all the steps that you should take to generate the capability roadmap. Typically, large scale capabilities are developed or enhanced in increments by multiple projects. The Evolver allows breaking down a capability into capability versions or increments. In […]

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Capability Roadmap

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In my previous article “Capability-Based Planning“, I described the meta model to support the capability based planning along with the description of the core components. In the latest version of Enterprise Evolver, you are also able to generate capability roadmap to support the large business transformation initiative to align the investment. The capability roadmap is useful […]

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Capability Based Planning

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Business capabilities describe what the business does, a common understanding of the business landscape, and what it will need to do differently in response to business challenges or opportunities. A Business Capability (aka capability) is hierarchical in nature; a complex capability is decomposed into smaller parts. Capability-based planning focuses on the planning, enhancing, redesigning and […]

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Build Coherent Enterprise With Evolver

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Coherence means something that is perfectly organized in which all the different parts of the enterprise fit together to meet the enterprise desired results. The Coherence Dashboard feature introduced in the latest browser version of Enterprise Evolver could help you to see how all relevant aspects of an enterprise are connected in building a coherent […]

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Total Visualization- Big Picture Mapping To Eliminate Complexity!

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One of the best explanations offered recently about the work of enterprise architects and their tools is by Tom Graves in his article titled Architecture as boxes, lines and glue. In it Tom rightly points out that much of the work of an enterprise architect is invisible (cohesively and logically connecting business functions), that the […]

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Demystifying Enterprise Architecture

Demystifying EA

Enterprise Architecture is a capability to tackle complexity with the goal of creating coherent enterprises. Enterprise complexity is tackled by mapping enterprise parts (e.g. goals, customer jobs, outcome, capability, processes, services, products, channels, people, and technology) to understand how every part is related and fit together to generate revenue or deliver value to enterprise’s customers. According to […]

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Enterprise Evolver – Centrality & Flow Modeling Features

Business Value Network

The Insight Analyzer feature of Enterprise Evolver provides many functionalities for users to visualize and analyze enterprise data through interactive directed network graph (“graph”). The Insight Analyzer offer another way to visualize complex relationship.. The network graph consists of a set of nodes and edges. Nodes represent the business parts and edges are the connections […]

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Outside-in Architecture and Customer Journey Map

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This is the part 2 of the article focusing on outside-in architecture. In the part 1, I focused on defining the customer journey mapping which is one of the key blueprints used for designing business from the outside-in. In this article, we will dig deeper into understanding what it takes to map a journey and the key building […]

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