Architecture d’entreprise

Today's organizations require a well-defined enterprise architecture (EA) practice for conducting enterprise analysis, design, planning, and implementation for the successful development and execution of strategy. The Enterprise Architecture blog category dives into principles and practices that help guide organizations through the business, information, process, and technology changes necessary to execute their strategies. Read our best practices on how to better communicate and drive business transformation. Get information on aligning your capabilities to company strategy. Get insights from experts and step-by-step advice on fostering successful change management to encourage business-centric conversations about technology. You’ll also get tips to translate business strategy into IT strategy, ensuring you can be more collaborative in helping the business make smarter decisions.

Understanding Roles: Enterprise Architecture vs. Project Management

If you’re familiar l with enterprise architecture (EA) and project management teams in a business setting, you understand these two units have overlap in their responsibilities and their value to an organization. But the specific value each offers can be hard to distinguish, especially in organizations where these roles are not well defined.

6 Corporate Initiatives Your Enterprise Architect Should Kick-Start

Like any other role, enterprise architects need to make an immediate impact to deliver value and improve their organizations. Otherwise, executives, managers, and frontline employees might start scratching their chins, wondering why someone was hired to reconfigure infrastructure and deploy new tools when everything was working well enough before.

Regard sur la renaissance de l'architecture d'entreprise

Traditionnellement, l'architecture d'entreprise (EA) a été largement définie comme un rôle informatique. Son but était d'aider l'infrastructure informatique des organisations et la modernisation des projets. De nos jours, l'architecture d'entreprise évolue vers quelque chose de plus grand. Elle s'éloigne d'une pratique fortement ancrée dans la gestion quotidienne de l'informatique, et devient maintenant plus stratégique pour aider les organisations à innover...

Principales 5 caractéristiques de la gestion des capacités et des technologies (GCT)

Les données peuvent devenir rapidement obsolètes. Une fois entré dans un système, vous constaterez souvent que, lorsque vous en avez besoin, il est déjà périmé. La gestion des capacités et des technologies (GCT) peut servir de source unique de vérité, de source d'informations commerciales et technologiques, et d'encouragement au libre-service. Avec une telle source, les architectes d'entreprise sont en mesure...