Driving SOA using TOGAF (*) and ArchiMate (*) on the basis of Changing Strategies and Capabilities

An animated presentation of the Open Group's TOGAF 9.1 and Archimate 2.0 Standards on the basis of business goals and capabilities

 

 

Increasing Business Agility using a Goal-Driven and Capability-Based Development within TOGAF ADM phases

 

This animated presentation downloadable below is about the Open Group's TOGAF 9.1 and ArchiMate 2 standards. It illustrates on a short case study how to use the ArchiMate ® 2 modelling language throughout TOGAF®  9’ ADM phases in order to align SOA backbone components with changing business strategies and capabilities*.

The single slide case study is provided using the Balanced Score Cards (BSC) perspectives to conduct TOGAF EA Operating Model elements on the basis of its Enterprise Business Model requirements.

 

(*) A business capability is a particular ability or capacity that a business may possess or exchange to achieve a specific purpose or outcome - Ulrich Homann - Microsoft

 

- A business capability defines “what” a business does at its core. This differs from “how” things are done or where they are done (William Ulrich - BPMInstitute.org / OMG's BASIG )

 

- Capability (TOGAF 9.1 Definition) : An ability that an organization, person or system possesses. Capabilities are typically expressed in general and high-level terms and typically require a combination of organization, people, processes and technology to achieve. For example, marketing, customer contact or outbound telemarketing.

 

Click to download the animated version of this TOGAF 9 / SOA Capability based alignment process steps (MS .ppsx file)...

   

 

 

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Birol Berkem (Ph.D), GooBiz

 

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