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Plainly said, architecture defines the way unrelated “things” connect to enable a system of “things”. Business Architecture includes the business requirements which are multi-faceted or has various parts of a system which must be connected with dependencies in a specific sequence unlike database or data warehouse conversations. Enterprise Architecture includes the technology, systems and information […]


Part IV Risk

05Mar12

Part Iv Business Operational Reference View more PowerPoint from Lisa Martinez


2.0 Develop products and services (AQPC business process framework) Create Engineering – The create, read and update accountable functional system; an offer management capability. Enrich Marketing – The update of the data points for external market and audience purposes. User Centered Design Business Groups should be a selection of types of tangible and intangible items […]


Stakeholder(s)- External Regulatory and International Standards Organization Ensure financial, business and quality standards are part of the culture and applied according to industry standards. Introduce the system dynamics with models and simulated views. Minimize the knowledge gap through a systemic approach to the enterprise and business architecture. Virtual Boundaries – Guide rather than force change […]


Part II Enterprise Architecture – Solutions Business Services in Sub-Process at Level 3 of the process hierarchy to sub-process workers 1 through 5 Transactional sequence Workers who create and publish to others in the order of consumption Derive change management impacts Discreet – understanding of the expected exchange of enterprise business data to ensure the […]


Business Process Level 2 represents Finance and Human Resources Business Process Level 3 Process with the Sub-Process Level 2 Stakeholders (functions) The business of any business anywhere in the world. Subject of the reference architecture at the root;  “Process” Business Process Reference Architectures This level of the business process hierarchy can be identified through the […]