Organisations are dynamic systems and should be managed as such. Enterprise Architecture helps you manage an organisation as a dynamic system.
We believe that having a systems view that describes the components of an organisation and how they relate to each other is a fundamental communication tools for executives and operational staff alike. An Enterprise Architecture provides just that. It is a model that describes both business and technology domains, as they are now and as they will be in the future.Enterprise Architecture practices often focus only on the Enterprise Architecture itself. The real value of an Enterprise Architecture however comes from the way in which it is used—the way in which it informs investments and other decisions of the organisation. Realising the value requires the effective management of a number of factors and elements. Taken together these can define good Enterprise Architecture practice.
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