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Enterprise Architecture Planning Methodology - Implementation Steps - Tony Baker, MBA, CMC email@example.com 250.727.1715 firstname.lastname@example.org
© Pentire Consulting, Inc.2 Steps * Mobilization Business Model Current Architecture Description Vision Architecture Implementation Plan Act Iterate *Approach loosely based on the Steven Spewak method and consistent with the Zachman enterprise architecture framework
© Pentire Consulting, Inc.3 Mobilization Determine scope & objectives Prepare charter Vision & objectives Resources Plan Management approval
© Pentire Consulting, Inc.4 Business Model Document organizational structure Identify clients and related services Describe business functions Assemble business model deliverable Tied to mission statement and strategic plan
© Pentire Consulting, Inc.5 Current Architecture Description Prepare Information Resource Catalogue (IRC) – inventory of Data stores (logical level) Applications and services Technology infrastructure Network equipment & topology Hardware & system software Data flows through the organization Sources and consumers of information Transformation of information
© Pentire Consulting, Inc.6 Vision Architecture Data architecture What data does the business require? Where and how should it be stored? Applications architecture What applications are required to provide the services identified? Technology architecture What platforms and configurations are required to support the data & applications?
© Pentire Consulting, Inc.7 Implementation Plan Chart a course From current architecture to vision architecture Identify implementation projects Assign priorities & timeframes Recognize precedence Estimate benefits, costs, resources Recommend action plan
© Pentire Consulting, Inc.8 Act Secure executive approval to proceed Embark on selected projects, applying Project management best practices Appropriate system development methodologies Establish and apply appropriate standards
© Pentire Consulting, Inc.9 Iterate Set sanity check milestones Review progress, benefits & costs against expected outcomes Revise plan Select next set of projects Act
Enterprise Architecture Planning Why do it? - Key Concepts & Overview of Approach - Tony Baker, MBA, CMC
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