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The course taught me what EA is and helped me understand how to take the EA concept and turn it into something real and valuable in the organisation. - Enterprise Architect, Experian, UK, Mar 2013

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There are five fundamental Meta-models that are required for effective and efficient transformation planning and governance:

      Business Model Meta-model

      Roadmap Model Meta-model

      Operating Model Meta-model

      Capability Model Meta-model

      Enterprise Context Meta-model

From these basic models come two aggregate and overlapping artefacts:

      Enterprise Strategy

Transformation Strategy

Enterprise Context Meta-model

This Meta-model allows the capture of information about things that are external to the Enterprise and comprises:

      Structural information such as

      Methods - e.g. processes and disciplines that people and Enterprises use to interact or not with our Enterprise.

      Artefacts - e.g. the things that people and Enterprises consume and produce.

      Culture - e.g. customers and anti-customers, suppliers and anti-suppliers, partners and competitors, legislation, regulators, etc, and their culture.

      Environment - e.g. the tools people and Enterprises use to help them execute their methods and where things are located or carried out.

      Transformational information such as:

      Motivation - what motivates the external environment.

      Actions - the actions that people and Enterprises take to satisfy their Motivation.

      Guidance - things that guide our Enterprise such as policies, standards, laws and other influences.

      Measures - things like government targets and metrics.

      Assessment - things that assess our Enterprise such as league tables, market share etc.

Business Model Meta-model

This Meta-model allows the capture of the vision, mission, goals, objectives and tactics of the Enterprise.

Operating Model Meta-model

This Meta-model allows the capture of information about the things that make up the Enterprise and how they are related at the Contextual level.

Many Enterprises refer to models based on this Meta-model as the Operating Model.

Roadmap Model Meta-model

This Meta-model allows the capture of the portfolios, programmes, projects and initiatives and Structural (Business and IT) Roadmaps that are born out of analysing the Current, Target and Intermediate Structural states, and defines what needs to be done to advance the Enterprise from the Current to the Target, through the Intermediate models.

Capability Model Meta-model

This Meta-model allows the capture of information about the things that make up the Enterprise and how they are related at the Conceptual level.

Many Enterprises refer to models based on this Meta-model as the Capability Model.




 

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