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  1. Association of Enterprise Architects International Committee on Enterprise Architecture Standards Enterprise Architecture Management GuideOutline Development Haiping Luo, Ben Bovée aeajournal.org

  2. Overview • Basic approach and Scope of the EAMG • Key Distinctions • EAMG Outline Structure • Outline Chapter Highlights • Next Steps for Outline Development • Questions and Comments aeajournal.org

  3. Basic Approach to Develop the Outline • Collected 19 outlines from EA books, courses, documents, and team member input. There are more than 1,400 rows in total. • A consolidated structure based on the collections was developed. • The rows in the outline collections were mapped to the consolidated outline to ensure all EA aspects can be covered in the consolidated outline. aeajournal.org

  4. Scope of the EAMG in the EA Management Reference System* Scope of this Project EA Management Guide High level summary EA Handbook Focused explanation By subject area or industry EA Handbook EA Handbook EA Standards Technical specifications from all sources EA Standards EA Standards References: supporting and source materials *System: A group of independent but interrelated elements comprising a unified whole. aeajournal.org

  5. The EA Management Reference System Explanation: • The System of the EA Management References comprises four types of components: the Guide, EA Handbooks, EA Standards, and Source Materials. • The EA Management Guide provides a high level summary of enterprise architecture knowledge and approaches. This is the scope of this project. • EA Handbooks to be developed in the future will provide detailed explanation for a specific area, such as “A Handbook for Security Architecture”, or an industry, such as “A Handbook for Applying Enterprise Architecture in the Transportation Industry”. Handbooks supplement the EA Management Guide. • EA Standards to be identified from external standards or developed by a|EA will provide technical specifications. Handbooks and the Guide will refer to Standards for specifications. • All three levels of components may refer to source materials such as a book or a journal article. aeajournal.org

  6. Key Distinctions • The EAMG Outline makes two basic distinctions: • Distinguish an architecture from the documentation of the architecture. • Distinguish the goal, improving the actual architecture, from the means, producing good architectural documentations and blueprints. aeajournal.org

  7. Key Distinctions An “Architecture” in the Outline refers to an actual structure. This is the documentation or blueprint of the architecture, but not the architecture itself. aeajournal.org

  8. Key Distinctions The goal of EA management is to improve the actual structure. Developing good documentations and blueprints is the means to achieving the EA Management goal. aeajournal.org

  9. EAMG Outline: a High Level Structure Enterprise Architecture Theory Enterprise Architecture Design Enterprise Architecting Lifecycle Management Enterprise Architecture Program Management Enterprise Architecture Use Types Concepts EA Governance Design Documenting Existing Architecture EA Program Establishment Capital Planning & Investment Control EA Information Base Design Frameworks Analyzing Existing Architecture EA Services Compliance Management Architectural Integrity Design Principles Planning Target Architecture & Transition EA Human Capital Management Electronic Alliance Business Architecture Design Methodologies Ratifying Target Architecture & Transition Plan EA Process Management Emergency Management Organization Architecture Design Stakeholders Implementing Planned Changes EA Project Management Merge Management Resource Architecture Design More… Information Architecture Design Evaluating Implemented Changes EA Product Management Business Transformation Application Architecture Design Continuing Architecture Management EA Program Evaluation Infrastructure Architecture Design Security Architecture Design Technology Architecture Design Acronym: EA – Enterprise Architecture aeajournal.org

  10. EAMG Outline Structure: Various Perspectives Enterprise Architecture Theory Enterprise Architecture Design Enterprise Architecting Lifecycle Management Enterprise Architecture Program Management Enterprise Architecture Use Types EA Program Establishment Concepts EA Governance Design Documenting Existing Architecture Capital Planning & Investment Control EA Services Frameworks EA Information Base Design Analyzing Existing Architecture Compliance Management EA Human Capital Management Architecture Integrity Design Principles Planning Target Architecture & Transition Electronic Alliance Management Practice Business Architecture Design EA Process Management Theory Methodologies Ratifying Target Architecture & Transition Plan Emergency Management Organization Architecture Design EA Project Management Stakeholders Implementing Planned Changes Merge Management Resource Architecture Design EA Product Management More… Evaluating Implemented Changes Business Transformation Information Architecture Design EA Program Evaluation Application Architecture Design Continuing Architecture Management Infrastructure Architecture Design Security Architecture Design Technology Architecture Design Acronym: EA – Enterprise Architecture aeajournal.org

  11. EAMG Outline Structure: Various Perspectives Enterprise Architecture Theory Enterprise Architecture Design Enterprise Architecting Lifecycle Management Enterprise Architecture Program Management Enterprise Architecture Use Types Principles & Patterns Processes & Techniques Program Management Problem Solving Concepts & Terminology Concepts EA Governance Design Documenting Existing Architecture EA Program Establishment Capital Planning & Investment Control EA Information Base Design Frameworks Analyzing Existing Architecture EA Services Compliance Management Architectural Integrity Design Principles Planning Target Architecture & Transition EA Human Capital Management Electronic Alliance Business Architecture Design Methodologies Ratifying Target Architecture & Transition Plan EA Process Management Emergency Management Organization Architecture Design Stakeholders Implementing Planned Changes EA Project Management Merge Management Resource Architecture Design More… Information Architecture Design Evaluating Implemented Changes EA Product Management Business Transformation Application Architecture Design Continuing Architecture Management EA Program Evaluation Infrastructure Architecture Design Security Architecture Design Technology Architecture Design Acronym: EA – Enterprise Architecture aeajournal.org

  12. The Logical Flow of the EAMG Outline • Concepts and Terminology: Establish concepts, terms, definitions, a common language, and a basic understanding of the EA discipline. • Principles and Patterns: Identify what is a good architecture and what are the good ways to reach the good architecture. • Processes and Techniques: Specify the standard processes and approaches for architecting an enterprise’s structure. • Program Management: Build a high quality EA program to carry out the EA mission. • Problem Solving: Apply the EA discipline to solve common types of real world problems. aeajournal.org

  13. Outline Chapter Highlights • Introduction to the Enterprise Architecture Discipline • Enterprise Architecture Theory • Enterprise Architecture Design • Enterprise Architecting Lifecycle Management • Enterprise Architecture Program Management • Enterprise Architecture Use Types Note: The Outline spreadsheet file provides more details by Chapter. aeajournal.org

  14. Chapters 2 - 6 Enterprise Architecture Theory Enterprise Architecture Design Enterprise Architecting Lifecycle Management Enterprise Architecture Program Management Enterprise Architecture Use Types Concepts EA Governance Design Documenting Existing Architecture EA Program Establishment Capital Planning & Investment Control EA Information Base Design Frameworks Analyzing Existing Architecture EA Services Compliance Management Architectural Integrity Design Principles Planning Target Architecture & Transition EA Human Capital Management Electronic Alliance Business Architecture Design Methodologies Ratifying Target Architecture & Transition Plan EA Process Management Emergency Management Organization Architecture Design Stakeholders Implementing Planned Changes EA Project Management Merge Management Resource Architecture Design More… Information Architecture Design Evaluating Implemented Changes EA Product Management Business Transformation Application Architecture Design Continuing Architecture Management EA Program Evaluation Infrastructure Architecture Design Security Architecture Design Technology Architecture Design aeajournal.org

  15. Document Existing Structure Business Architecture Organization Architecture Resource Architecture Information Architecture Application Architecture Security Architecture Technology Architecture Continue Architecture Management Project Closure Maintain Architecture Measure operation performance Identify future change needs. Analyze Existing Structure EA Statistics EA Diagnoses EA Analyses EA Reports EA Recommendations EA Management Core EA Drivers EA Principles EA Governance EA Information Base EA Intelligence Capacity Plan Target Structure & Transition EA Planning EA Design EA Policy EA Standards EA Processes Evaluate Implemented Changes Output Quality Analyses EA Performance Analyses Implement EA Changes Build new components Align existing components Monitor changes Ratify Planned EA Changes EA Governance Process EA Review EA Policy Control Architecting Lifecycle Note: View the Lifecycle Matrix in the outline file to see more details. aeajournal.org

  16. Architecting Lifecycle Management Matrix aeajournal.org

  17. Key Review Question:Is This High Level Structure All Right? Enterprise Architecture Theory Enterprise Architecture Design Enterprise Architecting Lifecycle Management Enterprise Architecture Program Management Enterprise Architecture Use Types Concepts EA Governance Design Documenting Existing Architecture EA Program Establishment Capital Planning & Investment Control EA Information Base Design Frameworks Analyzing Existing Architecture EA Services Compliance Management Architectural Integrity Design Principles Planning Target Architecture & Transition EA Human Capital Management Electronic Alliance Business Architecture Design Methodologies Ratifying Target Architecture & Transition Plan EA Process Management Emergency Management Organization Architecture Design Stakeholders Implementing Planned Changes EA Project Management Merge Management Resource Architecture Design More… Information Architecture Design Evaluating Implemented Changes EA Product Management Business Transformation Application Architecture Design Continuing Architecture Management EA Program Evaluation Infrastructure Architecture Design Security Architecture Design Technology Architecture Design aeajournal.org

  18. Next Steps for Outline Development • Internal review and comment. By the project team, a|EA Standards Committee, and a|EA Executive Committee.Due: 2/10/2006 • Assemble comments and revise the outline. By Ben Bovée and Haiping.Due: 3/1/2006 • Distribute revised outline to the EA Community. By Hong S Kim and Haiping.Period: 3/1 – 3/25/2006 aeajournal.org

  19. Next Steps for Outline Development • Assemble the comments and finalize the outline accordingly. By Ben Bovée and Haiping.Due: 4/20/2006 • Ratify the Outline by our whole team, a|EA Executive Committee and a|EA Standards Committee. The ratified outline will become the structure of the EAMG.Due: 5/10/2006 • Determine a lead author for each Chapter, confirm writing assignments and collaboration approaches. By the project team and invited authors.Period: 5/11-6/10/2006 aeajournal.org

  20. Questions and Comment ? Please put all comments in writing so we can record actions on the comments. Please use the record tracking templates, File # 2005-11-1-a, in the Work Area:http://aea-dc.org/eamg For line level revisions, use the “Revisions” sheet. For general comments, use the “Issues” sheet. For major change of the outline structure, please provide your complete outline. Please send your comment form to Hong S Kim at hskimyang@empal.com by Feb 10, 2006 aeajournal.org