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How to Demonstrate the Value of Business Architecture through Quick Wins

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BOC Group

on 14 September 2016

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Transcript of How to Demonstrate the Value of Business Architecture through Quick Wins

C Level
Support & Sponsorship
Business Architecture is considered a new discipline
Difficult to get the funding required
Fear of accountability
Poor internal promotion and communication

Bad Investment
No strategic long term vision
Poor results from working in silos
Spending on old technologies
Resulting maintenance overheads
Governance & Poor Data Quality
Incomplete attribute information
Too many as-is models
No responsibilities defined
Out of date information
Business Architecture
Barriers to Success
Lack of Transparency
No stakeholder collaboration across business units
Continually reinventing the wheel
Business impact analysis is difficult
No structured road maps or clear vision
"If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea"-- Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Impact of previous failures
Building Ivory Towers
Lack of credibility
Organizational immaturity
Inadequate skill set
Architectures fuelled from the top down deliver more value more rapidly!
The Value Proposition of Business Architecture
Better Investment Decisions
Improved Business Change Requirements
Improved Agility
Optimized Change Portfolio
Increased Flexibility
6 Common Denominators Required for Success
Understand your Business
Gain Executive Sponsorship
Interact with Stakeholders
Communicate the Architecture
Demonstrate the Value
Establish a sustainable Proposition
"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new"
- Albert Einstein
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