Strategic Enterprise Architecture Management: Challenges, Best Practices, and Future Developments
Springer Science & Business Media, 5 jan. 2012 - 316 pagina's
The Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) discipline deals with the alignment of business and information systems architectures. While EAM has long been regarded as a discipline for IT managers, this book takes a different stance: It explains how top executives can use EAM to leverage their strategic planning and controlling processes, as well as how it can contribute to their sustainable competitive advantage. Based on the analysis of best practices from eight leading European companies from various industries, the book presents the crucial elements of successful EAM. It outlines what executives need to do in terms of governance, processes, methodologies, and culture in order to bring their management to the next level. Beyond this, the book points out how EAM could develop in the next decade, thus allowing today’s managers to prepare for the future architecture management.
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Chapter 3 The EAM agenda for the CxO
Chapter 4 EAM governance and organisation
Chapter 5 Embedding EAM into strategic planning
Chapter 6 Embedding EAM into the project life cycle
Chapter 7 Embedding EAM into operation and monitoring
Chapter 8 EA frameworks modelling and tools
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