Achieve excellence in delivery: Business Architecture role in designing and planning future enterprise helps to set up the environment for implementing business solutions such that it becomes hard to not do good design, and make a seamless shift from static to dynamic; from process-driven to capability-based, from inside-out operation driven to outside-in people centric. It aids in the transformation from strategy to plan and acts as an assurance of the quality of the strategy and contributes to improved quality of management. When people are at the center of organizational management, operational excellence, customer relationships, corporate brand reputation, and others are built on.
The real value of business architecture is to identify gaps, assumptions, risks, etc, balance multi-facet of facts and data, and keep the priorities in balance. Business Architecture is also a series of methods and industry-standard practices to describe what you do, why, how, where, and who derives or how to do it. As the stakeholders want to see value delivered, leverage business architecture to do gap analysis, identify current state, future state, compare the actual performance with the potential performance of the business; bring the new perspective to grow businesses and delight customers; capture opportunities and manage risks timely, and achieve excellence in delivery. It indicates the higher likelihood of success, lower risk of failure, earlier delivery of outcomes.
Deep technical perspective: It is true that technology grows exponentially and information thresholds business change and innovation. It is also true that the growth of technology may trigger a paradigm shift. Technology centrism becomes multidisciplinary. Increased use of technology is the most popular way that high performers seek to improve their flexibility and agility. Business Architecture helps to shape a longer view which is essential to make sure that the patterns and impacts the organization is going to provide in business solutions can be sustained not only in the "systems," but in the systems of people. It helps to achieve a situational balanced compromise or a trade-off. Architects suggest implementable solutions. There should not be any imbalance between the solution communicated and what the technical team understood it to be.
How the social and technical aspects of a workplace fit together directly impact the effectiveness and maturity of the company. Business architecture can be used as a collaboration instrument to create a decent capability map, help the management create an organizational strategy-capability mapping. Good business sense suggests that knowing an application's utilization and resource consumption are necessary to make good architecture decisions. Ideally, an architect and technical staff, coupled with each other, work well on IT enabled products/services development. It is about understanding the essential business requirements, why they're needed and what the benefits are. Only then, should the technological aspects come into play for implementing the tailored business solutions to either delight customers or build differentiated business competency.
Innovation withstanding market scrutiny: The world of business has never been more complex, as companies compete or collaborate as partners across ever-changing value chains to serve disparate and dynamic market segments. Business Architecture brings a systematic understanding of relationships, market dynamics, ecosystems, and the connections between related business functions. So the most innovative companies can take advantage of changes in the external environment, continually revamp their business models to achieve competitive advantage. Success comes to those who can bring the value that they create to the attention of their stakeholders by driving changes and innovation continually, to obtain specific business outcomes, such as increased agility, productivity, and profitability.
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Published Date: Wed, 01 Dec 2021 19:09:00 +0000
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