What Logical Model for Enterprise Architecture does your Enterprise use?
If it doesn’t use one, do you think it would be beneficial if it did?
Does your Enterprise think strategically and act tactically or just act tactically (with respect to improving How it “does” EA)?
What initiatives has your Enterprise undertaken to improve How EA is effected?
What did your Enterprise use to ensure that those initiatives fitted into a holistic and coherent strategy?
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PEAF effectively defines a Logical Model for the Enterprise
Architecture domain. As such, PEAF should be used in the same way as any other
Logical Model - a means to organise and orchestrate all the physical parts of
the EA capability in an Enterprise together, into a coherent whole, whose focus
is the end to end efficiency and effectiveness of the whole domain, not the
efficiency or effectiveness of only its parts.