How was Training?

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“Very positive. It made me think about what EA really is and the part I can play as a business systems analyst representing the Enterprise Architecture Office.” - Business Systems Analyst, Board of Equalization, USA, Jan 2015

Recommend PEAF?

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“Yes - PEAF is one of the frameworks which can be used for starting thinking about EA. I think, that "pragmatic" approach can lead for success.” - IT Architect, Ceska Pojistovna a.s., Czech Republic, May 2010








This section details the measures that would allow an Enterprise to measure the level of Maturity they currently have in relation to the whole Enterprise Transformation cascade and to also measure whether they have attained an increase in maturity.

These measures are not hard and fast rules (although they can be used as such), but are used to provide a basis for Enterprises to get a feel for their current level of Enterprise Transformation Maturity and to help guide them to decide what level of maturity they wish to attain and in what timescales.

Since Enterprise Transformation maturity is about how effective and efficient the whole Enterprise Transformation cascade is and not the individual parts, maturity is measured in terms of how the parts fit and work together and not the maturity of the individual parts since maturity of the individual parts is addressed using lower level frameworks such as PEAF, ITIL, TOGAF, PRINCE2, MSP, etc.

The Value is in the Lines (Relationships) not the Boxes™

Pragmatic has detailed maturity assessment spreadsheets, but these spreadsheets are quite detailed, and from a Pragmatic perspective probably too detailed to be a place to start.

A more pragmatic approach is by using the ETMC – Enterprise Transformation Maturity Canvas…

 

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