Since the whole is much much more important than the parts
(Context is King™), it is important to have a cohesive and holistic Framework
(meta-framework) for all the Frameworks used to aid Enterprise Transformation,
to ensure that the emphasis is to use these different frameworks to optimise
the whole of the Transformation domain rather than just the parts. To stop
Enterprises optimising the parts at the expense of the whole, and to begin to
allow Enterprises to optimise the whole at the possible expense of the parts.
POET provides this cohesive and holistic Framework and
provides two main benefits:
Firstly, and most importantly, POET provides this framework to
Enterprises today - for Enterprises to be able to consider and optimise the
whole of this strategically important Transformation domain. POET is the only
framework in the world that does this.
Secondly, it provides a framework to Framework Providers as a
basis (a super-type if you will) to allow frameworks to begin to align
themselves with this coherent and holistic environment. This will provide
another benefit to Enterprises in the future because it will allow them to see
much more clearly how these Frameworks relate and interface to each other in
clear and straight forward ways which allow the holistic adoption of them to be
much more straightforward. Of course this is likely to take a long time because
framework providers tend to want to argue about their differences rather than
agree on areas of similarity.
Currently, to try to understand how all these different
frameworks are related is almost impossible. For all the frameworks you want to
use or do use, you need to map each framework to each other framework, to try
to understand how they relate.
But as framework providers begin to use POET as the context
for their frameworks, and map their frameworks to POET, it will become much
much easier for Enterprises and the people who are accountable for how
Transformation is effected, to be able to understand how they all relate,
enabling them to make more informed decisions about who needs to use what,
where, why, how and when.