Part II

Business Architecture


This part maintains a business focus into an area that few organizations consider because they fail to see the value, whereas the costs are readily apparent referred to as business architecture. It is somewhat shocking that the benefits of business architecture are never questioned when entrepreneurs create an organization with a business purpose. The need to focus on business capabilities from an architectural perspective is inherent in the mindset of entrepreneur as they determine their business model and design the operation. However, once the organization is up and operational, the managers who conduct the day-to-day activities often do not perceive the value of business architecture to address the pressures ...

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