Transformation Intelligence Capability Catalogue

  • Ralf Abraham
  • Simon Weiss
  • Nils Labusch
  • Stephan Aier
  • Robert Winter
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Part of the The Enterprise Engineering Series book series (TEES)

Abstract

In this we present a reference framework, more specifically a catalogue of capabilities, needed for doing ACET. As such, it also provides guidance on which elements/artefacts of enterprise architecture can be used to support which aspects of enterprise architecture. For architects, it shows where their services might generate value, if requested. For transformation managers, it provides a “capability catalogue”, describing for which parts of enterprise architecture they may seek advice from the enterprise architects. The framework as a whole provides a structure for the solution components that addresses the challenges as presented in Part II, and it comprises of the perspectives of strategy, value and risk, design, implementation, and change. The capabilities of all the perspectives together support transformation management, which is concerned with the management tasks at the overall transformation level, and with the architectural coordination function, which forms an umbrella function of integrating the individual perspectives into a consistent whole.

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  • Ralf Abraham
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  • Simon Weiss
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  • Nils Labusch
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  • Stephan Aier
    • 1
  • Robert Winter
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  1. 1.Institute of Information ManagementUniversity of St.GallenSt. GallenSwitzerland

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