Dynamic Enterprise Architecture: How to Make It Work / Edition 1 by Roel Wagter, Martin van den Berg, Joost Luijpers, Marlies van Steenbergen | | 9780471682721 | Hardcover | Barnes & Noble
Dynamic Enterprise Architecture: How to Make It Work / Edition 1

Dynamic Enterprise Architecture: How to Make It Work / Edition 1

by Roel Wagter, Martin van den Berg, Joost Luijpers, Marlies van Steenbergen
     
 

ISBN-10: 0471682721

ISBN-13: 9780471682721

Pub. Date: 01/31/2005

Publisher: Wiley

Effective and efficient use of IT is crucial to all organizations. On the one hand, using IT ineffectively throughout an organization will have a detrimental impact on business. On the other hand, the optimal use of IT puts a huge strain on a corporation's organizational skills to manage all the IT aspects of a business as a coherent whole. Dynamic Enterprise

Overview

Effective and efficient use of IT is crucial to all organizations. On the one hand, using IT ineffectively throughout an organization will have a detrimental impact on business. On the other hand, the optimal use of IT puts a huge strain on a corporation's organizational skills to manage all the IT aspects of a business as a coherent whole. Dynamic Enterprise Architecture: How to Make It Work provides step-by-step guidance to designing, implementing, and managing an enterprise architecture with a focus on embedding this architecture throughout the entire organization.

Written by a team of leading enterprise architects, Dynamic Enterprise Architecture introduces DYA® (Dynamic Architecture for modeling and development) (DYA® is a registered trademark of Sogeti Nederland B.V.), a conceptual and practical model to help integrate a successful enterprise architecture system into an organization. Written by a team of innovators in IT architecture, this groundbreaking book provides accessible tools for designing and implementing the architectural processes within a corporation. Featuring a multidisciplinary approach, it's the first book of its kind to structurally address the day-to-day ups and downs that every organization encounters when working under architecture.

The authors present a successful field-tested approach to enterprise architecture that enables corporations to achieve their business objectives faster. The key elements of this approach include multidisciplinary teams, purposeful architectural design, and room for deliberate noncompliance with the standard enterprise architecture. With a close examination of management techniques for correct implementation and maintenance, DYA® combines three processes to help corporations get the full benefits of using enterprise architecture:

  • Strategic Dialog—companies' business objectives are determined and are further defined as project proposals
  • Development with Architecture—IT solutions are implemented
  • Architectural Services—supports the other two processes with principles, guidelines, and models

Complete with useful, tangible tools for implementing and designing the architectural process within a corporation, Dynamic Enterprise Architecture enables business and IT managers, controllers, CIOs, COOs, and CTOs to make major contributions to achieving the business objectives of their organizations.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471682721
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/31/2005
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
9.21(w) x 6.14(h) x 0.63(d)

Table of Contents

Preface.

Introduction.

Target Audience.

The Structure of This Book.

Chapter 1: Agility and Coherence: A Conflict of Interests?

Potential of Information Technology.

Using IT: A Problem in the Making?

Agility and Coherence.

Increasing Tension.

The Challenge.

Chapter 2: Agility and Coherence Considered Separately.

Different Answers to Different Questions.

Increasing Agility: New Development Methods.

Increasing Coherence: Architectural Awareness.

One Answer to Both Questions: Dynamic Architecture.

Chapter 3: Dynamic Architecture.

Wanted: Agile Architecture.

Architecture: A Multifaceted Concept.

Dynamic Architecture: Architecture Aimed at Agility.

Enabling Change.

Quickly Achieving Business Objectives: DYA.

Chapter 4: The DYA Model.

Making It Work.

Ten Principles of DYA.

DYA: A Theoretical and Working Model.

The Model and the Principles.

How to Use the Model.

Filling in the Model.

Chapter 5: Strategic Dialogue.

Crisis at WWW-TeleBel.

Strategic Dialogue: Doing the Right Things.

Determining Business Cases.

Elaborating Business Cases.

Strategic Dialogue: Coherence and Agility.

Intermezzo: The Business Case for WWW-TeleBel.

Chapter 6: Architectural Services.

Architectural Ups and Downs at TeleBel.

Architectural Services: Doing Things Properly.

Maintaining an Overview with the Architectural Framework.

Architectural Services Supports the Strategic Dialogue.

Architectural Services Supports the Development.

Architectural Team.

Architectural Services: Coherence and Agility.

Intermezzo: WWW-TeleBel's Project-Start Architecture.

Chapter 7: Development with(out) Architecture.

WWW-TeleBel One Year Later.

Development with(out) Architecture: Doing the Right Things the Right Way.

Three Development Strategies.

Anticipative Strategy.

Offensive Strategy and Defensive Strategy.

Project Team.

Maintenance with(out) Architecture.

Development with(out) Architecture: Coherence and Agility.

Intermezzo I: A Building Permit for WWW-TeleBel.

Intermezzo II: A Management Letter for WWW-TeleBel.

Chapter 8: Governance.

Deadlock for TeleBel.

Successful Processes Do Not Just Happen.

Responsibilities and Authorities.

Coordination of Developments.

Monitoring.

Processes Also Require Maintenance.

Governance: Coherence and Agility.

Intermezzo: Embedding Dynamic Architecture at TeleBel.

Conclusion.

Appendices.

Appendix A: Technique for Interactive Process Design.

Appendix B: Information Economics.

Appendix C: Architecture Maturity Model and Dynamic Architecture.

Glossary.

Bibliography.

Index.

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