Achieving Real Value-Add From Your Business-Driven Enterprise Architecture: Realizing the Void

by Skip Boettger

In astrophysics, dark matter is responsible for the universe not flying apart, thus encouraging the growth and stability of the universe's cohesiveness and structure. In the business-driven enterprise architecture (BDEA), the "dark matter" of the BDEA is what is ultimately responsible to ensure complete integrity and cohesiveness of a true overall integrated enterprise architecture that is completely known. The dark matter of the BDEA comprises proper identification and clarification of value chains and value streams. As we explore in this Executive Report by Skip Boettger, the lack of proper attention to this dark matter creates a "void," compromising the integrity of the BDEA and making it impossible to achieve true accountable integration in the business-driven enterprise.

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Achieving Real Value-Add From Your Business-Driven Enterprise Architecture: Realizing the Void1 July 2010

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