Develop your EA Team
Developing a successful EA Team is deliberate. Developing your team means aligning it for success.
It does not matter which path you take, you will do the same three things:
- Improve your architect's skills
- Develop your enterprise architecture method
- Enhance your organization's use of architecture
We were so confident of our Conexiam Predictable EA we put it through peer review. The Open Group published our approach in the Leader's Guide to developing EA Teams, and the Practitioners' Guide to delivering architecture.
We help with three paths to developing your EA team
Steps to build EA Teams
First - The Embarrassing Question
Are you being re-stood up or re-booted?
Developing a re-boot is completely different. You need to know why. How did your predecessor fail? What is need this time?
Second - Boundary of your Enterprise
What is the Enterprise you will Architect?
Know your scope. Everything? A department? The core supply chain?
Third - The EA Team's Use Case
What questions do you answer?
Do you serve Strategy, Portfolio, Project Delivery, or Solution Delivery? You get a primary & secondary. Failure patterns abound.
Everything you need, in one place.
You have three paths to a better EA Team
- Engage our EA Capability practice to drive EA Team development and backfill key roles
- Speed up your team with Custom or Packaged Enterprise Architecture Training
- Do-it-yourself with free EA tools and techniques
Decide on the support you want to develop your EA Team.
We would love to hear from you.
We develop successful Enterprise Architecture Teams
Developing your EA Team is a deliberate process. Random activity will not create a working complex system in your lifetime. We suspect you don't have that much time.
Design your EA Team to succeed.