Business Capability Architecture Is the Tie that Binds All

Posted December 19, 2012 | Technology |

Uncertainty or unpredictable change affecting the enterprise is inevitable. Business executives struggle to respond to change and at the same time maintain alignment between strategy and organizational structure for firm performance. A business capability architecture (BCA) is an overarching enterprise pattern that delivers business outcomes by binding every enterprise change to a business strategy.

About The Author
Dr Andrew Guitarte
Andrew Guitarte is Assistant VP/Business Architect of Enterprise Transformation Services at Wells Fargo Bank. He is also the founding chairman/CEO of the Business Architecture Society. Dr. Guitarte has more than 25 years’ experience managing complex projects and teams in the US, Brazil, Philippines, and Southeast Asia as an enterprise business architect, senior project manager and business analyst. His research interests include strategic issues… Read More
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