Author: Jazz Badeshia, Enterprise Architect Practice Director, Oracle Consulting
Anthropology (noun) study of human beings, especially their society, customs and beliefs’.Anthropologist (noun) a person that studies anthropology’. Chambers Concise Dictionary & Thesaurus, Chambers Harrap Publishers, 2001.
We understand business dynamics and the interrelationships these business drivers have on individuals, organisations, and environments. We study and help organisations change and adapt over time to realising the positive impact of outcomes enterprises are striving to achieve. We work in ‘5 Dimensions’, business modelling, information relationships, application intent, technology frameworks, and the new Enterprise Architecture dimensional category – SECURITY.
Enterprise Architects (EAs) need to navigate the CIO paradigm, working at the C-suite level, understanding shareholder value and talking multiple business languages to transform and architect a new organisation out of the challenges they either creep into or suddenly fall over board into in a sea of shark attacks.
This white paper looks to introduce a concept called ‘Architecting Modern Enterprises’, where I openly greet business outcomes as a foundation for structuring future direction of increasing value in organisations. However, outcomes alone do not change the direction of organisations. Outcomes need to be structured, planned and directed, I phrase this as outcomes delivered to the power of strategy. The power of strategy shapes organisations and the skill of the Enterprise Architect can internalise the outcome to help organisations structure strategies and deliver roadmaps for value enhancing capabilities.
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