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Business Architecture Maturity Model
Business Architecture Maturity Model provides a complete assessment of the current business architecture practice maturity and guides the organization towards its vision by identifying a roadmap to further mature the practice.
Strategy Map illustrates the mission & vision, strategic intents, goals, and objectives of an organization. It also identifies the interrelationships among these strategic elements.
Organization Model is simply an illustration of how an organization decomposes into different business units. It does also presents how these business units are interrelated among themselves and other business architecture aspects.
Business Capability Model
The foundation of the foundation!
Business Capability is what a business does and is an ability at a certain capacity to deliver an outcome. Capabilities are the building blocks of the organization. Capabilities are the focal points in understanding and defining the interrelationships among different aspects of the business. Business Capability Map is the representation of all the capabilities in an organization.
Information Map provides a common vocabulary for the organization by defining business objects and concepts.
Thinking of capabilities as the building blocks of a Lego house, value streams are the instructions on how to connect these building blocks in order to build the Lego house (i.e. value). In other words, value streams illustrate how an organization orchestrates its business capabilities to deliver value to its stakeholders.
Stakeholder Model represents the ecosystem of stakeholders for an organization from both internal and external perspectives.
Business Model Canvas
Business Model Canvas provides a big picture view of the business, including mission & vision, value streams, stakeholders, cost and revenue models, etc. We populate this Canvas with other business architecture blueprints to build a “meta-blueprint” of the business (i.e. a blueprint representing other blueprints).