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Enterprise Architecture: A Pocket Guide (Softcover)

Enterprise Architecture - A Pocket Guide


SKU: 2551
Authors: T Graves
Publishers: IT Governance Publishing Ltd
Format: PDF
ISBN13: 9781849280174
Pages: 58
Published: 16 Jun 2009
Availability: Always Available
Format: ePub
ISBN13: 9781849281133
Pages: 58
Published: 16 Jun 2009
Availability: Always Available
Format: Kindle
ISBN13: 9781849282192
Pages: 58
Published: 16 Jun 2009

Enterprise architecture is a key competency for most large organisations of the present day. This Pocket Guide describes the purpose, role and value of architecture in the enterprise, and the makeup and skillsets of the architecture team in different business contexts. Available for ORDER now.

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Product overview

Enterprise architecture makes a vital contribution to the running of a large organisation. It was originally developed in order to manage a rapid growth in the cost and complexity of IT systems, using knowledge gained from software structure and design. For this reason, enterprise architecture is often thought of as a component of IT governance. However, the discipline has evolved and extended its scope. Enterprise architecture is now about structuring business capabilities and processes in order to support your long-term business strategy. Effective application of enterprise architecture will enable you to improve your productivity and performance.

This pocket guide offers you an invaluable introduction to this business-critical subject. It explains the function of enterprise architecture within the organisation, looks at the skills needed within the enterprise architecture team and provides an overview of the most common enterprise architecture frameworks. As the author emphasises, enterprise architecture is not about creating models and designs for their own sake, but about using these structures to serve the needs of the business.


Make better decisions

As a discipline, enterprise architecture helps companies to understand the way that their component systems (e.g. security, business continuity or performance management) all fit together. The pocket guide will show you how enterprise architecture can lead to better decision making


Improve business effectiveness

Enterprise architecture maintains a holistic view of the organisation, taking into account different issues, such as efficient use of resources and reliable delivery of services, and showing how they relate to one another. This pocket guide explains how to build up a comprehensive overview of the enterprise that can be used to assess the trade-offs involved across various domains and priorities. This will help you to improve your organisation’s integration and effectiveness


Improve your ability to manage risks

Enterprise architecture has an important function in risk management, and can help your organisation to achieve compliance with regulations, such as Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and Basel II


Improve your ability to manage change

Every organisation is being forced to adapt as budgets grow tighter and new regulations are introduced. By enabling you to understand and map the interdependencies within your organisation, enterprise architecture makes it easier for you to work out the most effective solution. 

About the author

Tom Graves

Tom Graves has been an independent consultant in business transformation, enterprise architecture and knowledge management for almost three decades. His clients in Europe, Australia and the US cover a broad range of industries, including banking, utilities, logistics, engineering, media, telecoms, research, defence and government. He has a special interest in architecture for non-IT-centric enterprises, and integration between IT-based and non-IT-based service.

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