Over the past few years we’ve observed a dramatic resurgence and growth of interest in enterprise architecture. Much of the growth and interest is being driven by the demands of digital business and the need for CIOs to start, restart or renew their EA programs. This resurgence is helping CEOs and fellow business leaders deliver on the promise of digital business transformation and optimisation.
EA is guided by the organisation’s business requirements — it helps lay out how information, business and technology flow together. This has become a priority for businesses that are trying to keep up with new technologies such as the cloud, IoT, machine learning and other emerging trends that will prompt digital transformation.
Perhaps a tad dramatically, some have even likened not having a clear Enterprise Architecture strategy as practically the same as driving an automobile blindfolded without wearing seat belts!
Understanding the importance is one thing. Getting it done is another. Below we’ve rounded up 7 steps to help you transform your enterprise architecture strategy to enable disruptive innovation, improve business processes and optimise customer experiences.
Over the past few years we’ve observed a dramatic resurgence and growth of interest in enterprise architecture. Much of the growth and interest is being driven by the demands of digital business and the need for CIOs to start, restart or renew their EA programs.
This resurgence is helping CEOs and fellow business leaders deliver on the promise of digital business transformation and optimisation.
Ahead of the Enterprise Architecture Summit 2020 we chat to Paul Taylor, Business Technology Architect and Planner at Department of Health and Human Service, Victoria about how they’re working to breakdown silos and make EA a strategic partner that adds business value foremployees and citizens alike.
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One of the biggest challenges of enterprise architecture is creating ‘whole enterprise’ enterprise architecture. One where the EA framework doesn’t live in a silo embedded within the IT department, but instead is guided by your organisation’s business requirements.
To successfully achieve this though is often easier said than done, which is why we’ve compiled three case study examples from the University of Melbourne, the Department of Health and Human Services and Vodafone on how to make Enterprise Architecture a strategic business, and value-add partner.
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Ahead of the Enterprise Architecture Summit 2019, we speak with Peter Haviland, Enterprise Architect and Head of Strategy & Architecture (Product Innovation) at Australia Post. Peter discusses the role of architecture within the organisation and how the team is currently working to increase agility in the midst of Australia Post’s digital transformation.
To meet the changing expectation of businesses, the EA discipline must also evolve. In late 2017, EA Principals and the Enterprise Architecture Professional Journal conducted a survey of EA practitioners. The intent was to establish a current state view of the practice, problems and potential future of the EA discipline, in order to better understand how the discipline is changing, and how practitioners see its relevance now and in the future. This whitepaper was authored by Darryl Carr, Editor, Enterprise Architecture Professional Journal, and Dr Steven Else, CEO, EA Principals and Founder, Enterprise Architecture Professional Journal
Ahead of the Enterprise Architecture Summit 2020, we caught up with Dr Anthony Vlasic, Chief Strategy Officer at the Digital Transformation Agency. Anthony takes us through the Australian Government’s 2025 Digital Strategy and how enterprise architecture sits at the heart of their digital transformation.
If you're interested in learning more about enterprise architecture
practices, the 3rd Enterprise Architecture Summit is heading to Melbourne, on the
18-20 March 2020. Join
over 20+ speakers from the likes of DBS Bank, AusPost, Telstra, Department of
Health & Human Services, Department of Transport Victoria, Victoria Police,
Foxtel, and many more.
Ahead of the Enterprise Architecture Summit 2020 take a look back at some of the highest rated presentations from the 2019 event.
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We caught up with Zubair Minto, Network Strategy and Architecture Manager at Vodafone to learn more about how developing an effective architectural strategy is solidifying the role of EA within the organisation and driving successful business outcomes, ahead of Enterprise Architecture 2.0 2019.