How was Training?


The course clearly exposed what is required for Enterprise Architecture to be recognized and successfully managed within an organization. - Associate Director (EA), PPDI, USA, Sep 2010

Recommend PEAF?


Yes - Meets my first principle of EA - Keep it Simple! - Enterprise Architect, McAleece Ltd, UK, Jul 2010

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Operating Model


      Function - A hierarchical list of Top Level Business functions that the business carries out.

      Activity - A high Level logical grouping of business processes carried out by one or more departments.


      Service - The services the Enterprise consumes or produces.

      Product - The products the Enterprise consumes or produces.


      Value - Defines what is fair and unfair.

      Ethic - Rules of behaviour based on Morals.

      Moral - Relates what is right and wrong.

      Department - The departmental structure of the Enterprise.


      Geography - Physical geographical locations.

      Service - A Technology Service used by Functions and activities.

Capability Model


      Business Capability - Core business functionality required to fulfil Activities and Functions.


      Role - A group of behaviours


      Buildings - Physical structures.

      Technical Capability - Core technology functionality required to fulfil Activities and Functions.

      Application - The main applications in use.

      Datastore - The main groups of data in use.

      Device - A generic piece of hardware provided as or part of a service to the business.


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