This book investigates what enterprises can do and/or what should it be capable of in order to accelerate organizational changes. Therefore, a capability-based method is developed, which assists in the identification, structuring and management of capabilities. The approach is embedded in a process comprising four building blocks that provide appropriate procedures, concepts and supporting tools evolved from theory and practical use cases. The guide represents a flexible method for capability newcomers and experienced audiences to optimize enterprises’ economic impacts of EAM supporting the alignment of business and IT.
- Enterprises and their Environments
- Enterprise Models and Architectures
- Strategic Enterprise Architecture Management
- Enterprise Architecture Management Capabilities
- Capability Management Guide
s in business information systems and business management studiesResearchers in the field of business information systems
Practitioners such as enterprise architects, digital transformation managers and tech entrepreneurs
Matthias Wißotzki is currently working as researcher and lecturer investigating topics like capability management, digital transformation and business model engineering at the University of Rostock.