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The idea of Business Process Architecture (BPA) was mentioned  quite a few times in the year past. Often though, in the subsequent paragraphs, it was shortened to Business Architecture. The concept, typically, comes from the process Business Process Management (BPM) community.    Questions.   What is BPA? Is it really an architecture or rather a process taxonomy?    If a taxonomy, or a Business Pro ... (more)

The Digital enables us today to outsource the Digital problem

In the not so far past, when companies were adopting a new IT technology, they hired the necessary IT skills in the enterprise. But today, the Digital pace makes keeping up with the technology change a challenge.   The enterprise Big Issue today is the rapid Digital evolution because it may change  so fast the competitive landscape. Consider the Fintech growth, the Block Chain transactions takeover, the rapi ... (more)

Gartner predicts that Business Architecture will focus on Digital Platforms (i)

continuing from Gartner predicts that Enterprise Architecture will focus on Digital platforms   Gartner says that by 2 ... (more)

On McKinsey's Two Speed IT Architecture and Digital Business Model (vi)

continuing from On McKinsey's Two Speed IT Architecture and Digital Business Models On McKinsey's Two Speed IT Architecture and Digital Business Models (i) ... (more)

Enterprise Modelling in a few steps

To avoid the ever debate on Enterprise Architecture scope, i.e. IT versus the whole enterprise business, technology and people, I call the enterprise wide architecture Enterprise Model (EM), rather than Enterprise Architecture (EA), and Enterprise Modelling the Enterprise Model development method. But the Enterprise Model is a full EA essentially.   The outcome of Enterprise Modelling, the Enterprise Model (EM), is the diagrammatical description of the ente ... (more)