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PF2

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PF2

Section

Overview

Companies
Pragmatic EC
Books and Training
Licensing

Context

Frameworks

Applicability
Coverage
X Frameworks

PEAF

Head

Context

Section

Why Use PEAF

Basic Premise

What Is Enterprise Architecture

Bridging the Gap
You Decide
Relationship to Other Architectures
EA and SA

160 Char Challenge

The Question
Raw Word Cloud
Analysed Answers
Analysed Word Cloud
Description
Simplified Description

How PEAF Helps

Fundamental
An Operating Model for Enterprise Architecture
Toolkit

Where to Start

Can I start with one Department
EA Catalysts
The First Step is Always the Hardest
Vision
Goals
Strategies
Tactics
Objectives

Methods

Section

Phases

Overview
Strategising
Process
Roadmapping
Intermediate Journey
Create update Intermediate Models
Create update Portfolio Model
Enterprise Transformation Strategy
Process
Governance and Lobbying
Overview
Dovetailing with the Project Process
Strategic vs Tactical
Transformation Debt
Ratio

Governance and Lobbying

Process

Disciplines

Modelling
Populate The Model
Provide EA Education

Artefacts

Section

Ontology

Structural and Transformational
Business Model Operating Model Capability Model and Roadmaps
Model Relationships

Meta models

Business

IT Strategy

Enterprise

Transformation Strategy
Transformational
Debt Agreement
Structural

Principles

Overview
Types

Culture

Section

Risks

The Brick Wall of Misconception
Many People Hate EA

Enterprise Architect

Two Types

Type 1

Requirements
Duties

Type 2

Requirements
Duties

The Management vs The Workers

Most Valued Player MVP
Comparison

IT vs The Business

Is IT Special

What vs How
Yes But Not Because its IT
When Two Tribes Go To War
Should IT Ever Say No to The Business
Comparison

Roles

Overview
SIB Strategic Investment Board
EASG Enterprise Architecture Steering Group

Projects

Traditional vs Pragmatic
Relationships

Environment

Section

Frameworks

PEAF

Comparison

Criteria
Raw Scores
Overall
Example Weightings 1
Example Weightings 2

Tools

Coverage
Vendors

Evaluation

Requirements
Process
Raw Scores
Weighted Scores
X Requirements

Adoption

Section
Guidance
Measures
Overall
Assessment
Results
Motivation

Methods

Problems Opportunities

Strategising
Roadmapping
Governance and Lobbying
Issues

Artefacts

Problems Opportunities
Issues

Culture

Issues
Risk

Environment

Issues

Frameworks

Why use a PM Framework
Why use an EA Framework

Tools

Types

Issues

Ability to Use Information
Effort to Maintain Information
Fundamentals
Can I use my CMDB
Technical Content
Entities
Attributes
Actions

Overview

Overall

Strategising EA

Why Should I Care
Roadmapping Select EA Framework
Initiating Understand EA Framework
Elaborating Plan Rollout of EA Framework
Constructing Develop EA Changes

Constructing

Methods

Setup EA Governance
Prepare Process Change

Artefacts

Define the EA Meta model

Culture

Prepare EA Education
Prepare Culture Change

Environment

Select an EA Modelling Tool
Transitioning Rollout EA Changes

Transitioning

Methods

Rollout Process Change

Artefacts

Setup the EA Meta model

Culture

Provide EA Education
Rollout Culture Change

Environment

Rollout EA Modelling Tool

PF2

Appendix

Section
Background
The Author
Keypoints
Sources and Resources
Tail

Enterprise Architecture

A Pragmatic Approach Using PEAF

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The artefacts defined in PEAF constitute the EA Meta-model and some of its content such as Principles.

There are many Meta-models that already exist (for the reasons defined above) and the lack of a Meta-model has never really been a reason why EA initiatives fail. For this reason, PEAF does not concentrate on defining a complete and detailed Meta-model (no point reinventing the wheel). However, PEAF does defines some important things that are usually missing and also exposes a higher level structure that people can use to understand how the detailed Meta-models they wish to use fit and relate.

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Questions to ponder...

With respect to your Enterprises EA capability, what Artefacts are used?

Are those Artefacts documented? Understood?

Are they fit for purpose?

Are they used? All the time? Only when it suits?

Which of them are Good? Why? Bad? Why?

Adopt this component by...

C-Suite: Instigate a review of the Artefacts used for Enterprise Architecture, to determine if their maturity is appropriate.

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