Business and Dynamic Change: Digital Edition The Arrival of Business Architecture

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Business and Dynamic Change: Digital Edition The Arrival of Business Architecture

This is a uniquely relevant book on a topic that continually undergoes debate and redefinition. Within these pages you’ll find some of the most insightful perspectives on how businesses can design the means to create value. Each section contains an opinion and direction on how to use Business Architecture to its advance. What is different about this book than others is that it set about documenting the convergence of opinions that is being established.   – Brian K. Seitz, Principal Enterprise Architect, Microsoft.

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About This Book

The chapters in this book are contributed by visionaries who see the need for business leaders to define their organizations to be agile and robust in the face of external changes. The goal is to build something knowing that it will be changed; so that you have no need to go back to the metaphorical drawing board for every market condition change.

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In his Foreword, Keith Swenson asks you, “Consider what it means to say that the business will adapt in the face of external changes. The business architecture is not simply a model that specifies how to run the business for now and the next few years. The people making the architecture cannot know the pressures that will be faced. Instead, it must support leaders and executives within the organization to make consistently good decisions on how to adapt their practices. The architecture is not a plan that anticipates all the decisions; instead it embodies a set of core guiding principles that enable decision-making.”

Understand that the term “business” used this way is not limited to for-profit enterprises but includes all forms of organizations that have a strategic need to accomplish goals. Pragmatically speaking, business architecture is the conceptual understanding that people have on why particular choices were made in forming the organization in a particular way.

This book will help you understand your options and how to relate them to your own organization.

Who should read this book?

This book will stimulate thinking about a more complete approach to business architecture. As such, it is imperative reading for executives, managers, business analysts, and IT professionals that require an understanding of the structural relationships of the components of an enterprise.

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About briankseitz
I live in PacNW in a small town and work for Microsoft as a Enterprise strategy and architecture SME. I enjoy solving big complex problems, cooking and eating, woodworking and reading. I typically read between 4-8 business and technology books a month.

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