The Role of EA Governance in Successful Transformations

Posted August 12, 2015 in Business & Enterprise Architecture

EA governance provides a common vision of the future, shared by all stakeholders, and guides in the selection, creation, and implementation of solutions driven by business requirements. It also serves as a means to control the growing complexities of technology by setting enterprise-wide standards for IT that can be leveraged. This Advisor discusses the critical, key roles that EA governance plays for transformation programs to be successful.

About The Author
Nethaji Chapala
Nethaji Chapala is a Lead Consultant of IT Strategy and Enterprise Architecture with the Transformation Group of Insurance and HealthCare business unit of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). Mr. Chapala has more than 17 years’ experience in IT and management, consulting in the areas of business transformation, digital transformation, IT strategy, enterprise architecture, simplification, and legacy modernization. He has been helping customers… Read More
Ananya Som
Ananya Som is an IT Strategy and Enterprise Architecture Consultant with the Global Consulting Practice of TCS. Ms. Som has nine years' experience in IT consulting and the delivery of software solutions and presales estimation. Based in Kolkata, India, Ms. Som is a TOGAF-9-certified EA practitioner. Her current area of focus is in EA definition, including EA tool implementation; EA governance definition and implementation; IT strategy definition… Read More
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