Reference Architecture

Good reference architectures is an accelerator.Your job is to develop parts of an enterprise architecture. Your job is to help improve your organization. Your job isn't to develop an industry framework. Use the industry framework.

Conexiam Reference Architecture Toolkit

Enterprise Architecture Capability Reference Architecture

Every EA Team is unique. Every EA Team is consistent. We base every EA Team on the Navigate EA Capability Reference Architecture. Speed up establishing and enhancing your unique EA Team. Deliberately configure your EA Team.

EA Capability Reference Model covers:

  • Positioning Enterprise Architecture
  • EA Capability Reference Architecture
  • Selection of an organization’s EA Team's Purpose
  • Techniques for assessing the EA Capabilities required for EA Team's Purpose
  • Building an optimal EA Team capability-based improvement roadmap
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Reference Architecture

We aggressively use reference models to speed-up our work.

The best reference architectures provide confidence that the scope of the problem and the important parts are exposed. The best reference architectures let you test for completeness.

Good Reference Model Attributes

  • Consortia Built
  • Frame the space (Structure)
  • Identify key elements
  • Identify key relationships
  • Tell you how to assess

Agile Enterprise Architecture Field Report

The Agile Enterprise Architecture Field Report what we see in practice. Delivered as a keynote

Agile Enterprise Architecture is real, practical and valuable. We do it every day. Field reports bridge the theoretical concepts and the practice of actually doing the work. Theoretical concepts help us sustain a conversation across our distinct work practices.

All that matters is actually delivering beneficial architecture and improving our organizations.

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Enterprise Architecture Case Study

Case study of our time-boxed engagements to develop your in-house enterprise architecture team. Every engagement to Establish and Enhance an EA Team uses 6-week sprints. Each sprint has 4 themes:

  1. Individual & Team training & mentoring,
  2. Improving your organization's ability to use enterprise architecture
  3. Enterprise architecture method & tool development
  4. Useful Enterprise archjitecture
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Navigate Atlas to support Portfolio

The Navigate Atlas to support Portfolio supports developing a change program. Identify what projects will reach the target. Set the project's terms of reference, align their approaches, identify synergies, and govern their execution of projects.

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Navigate Atlas to support Strategy

The Navigate Atlas to support Strategy supports exploring broader change questions for an enterprise, department, or initiative.

A strategy explains how an organization intendeds to engage its environment. We build it from an integrated set of choices.

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Reference Architecture Downloads

Download Using Reference Architectures for Digital Transformation

Using Reference Architectures for Digital Transformation improves the speed and quality of developing enterprise architecture.

We aggressively use reference models to speed-up our work. We know we are engaged to develop an enterprise architecture to improve our client. We aren't engaged to develop method or an industry framework. Digital Transformation - Strategy to Implementation using The Open Group Standards outlines how we assemble difference reference architectures and standards.

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Download Starting an EA Capability in the Government Guide

Starting an EA Capability in the Government Guide helps establish, build, and operate a government architecture practice. Enterprise architecture in the public sector is usually policy, or initiative, based.

eGovernment, eGovernance, and other policy-based initiatives are common in the public sector. Government departments, ministries, federal agency, or quasi-government agency cannot change their mandate. They often change their service delivery to support policy initiatives.

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Seven Levers of Digital Transformation

Seven Levers of Digital Transformation provides a reference architecture for successful Digital Transformation.

Each lever is a different aspect of digital transformation. In order to succeed, you need to adjust each of the levers. Digital Transformation has a checkered experience - wild success or no clear value realization. The most common cause for poor value realization or failed projects is the inability to re-articulate corporate strategy or its implication accurately.

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