Category : Uncategorized - Enterprise Evolver-An App to Map the Whole Enterprise

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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Coherence Dashboard – New Features

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Some new features of Coherence Dashboard visualization tool.The Tool-tip contains more relationship counts. When you browse a category, the tool tip will display incoming count (eg incoming associations to the selected category) and outgoing count (eg outgoing association to other categories from the selected category). Further more, incoming count and outgoing counts are broken down […]

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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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Putting Business Capability Model to work

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Business capability modeling provides a shared understanding of the relative value of all business activities the business must perform to achieve the desired outcome. A business capability can be aggregated into people, process, technology, information and any tangible/intangible resource.  It is important to understand that the business goals and vision define the ends whereas business […]

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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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Visual Editor

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The Maps module in Enterprise Evolver offers you many visual modeling techniques to create models, views and blueprint of your business by associating and relating items belonging to different business parts. You can use these maps to understand how different parts (e.g. organization categories) of your business work together to deliver value to your customers […]

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Demystifying Enterprise Architecture

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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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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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Architect-Analyze-Share and Remove Redundancies and Complexity

Remove Redundancy and Complexity with the Evolver

Business and IT professionals know quite too well the importance of having intimate knowledge  about the relationship an enterprise business’s strategy, capability, processes, technology, information systems and other resources and how the organization deals with its resources, capabilities and customers.In Enterprise Evolver, you can now map Customer Jobs & Journeys, Business Goals & Strategy, Business Capabilities & […]

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