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Enterprise Architecture for Not For Profit Organizations

This paper discusses the role of enterprise architecture planning in not for profit enterprises (government, charities etc.) It defines, enterprise architecture planning (EAP), e-governance, and connects the two. A very good discussion on applied EA.

Enterprise Architecture Driven Business Transformation Case Study

This case study demonstrates the use of enterprise architecture to support enterprise transformation. Enterprise architecture plays a critical role in business transformation. This case study demonstrates all the key steps – and supporting deliverables – in creating an enterprise architecture to support this transformation. Excellent Read! (200 pages)

EA Implementation Lessons Learned

This presentation provides the results and challenges overcome in implementing enterprise architecture in a massive organization. These insights can provide invaluable guidance to the CIO who is about to implement enterprise architecture – what to expect, what to avoid, what to overcome, and what results to expect. Great advice.

A practical guide to developing enterprise architecture

Starting on the journey to implement enterprise architecture in your organization? This is a step by step guide to help you implement EA. CIOs can use this paper to understand the big picture of enterprise architecture implementation. Then, dive into the specifics using other tools and guides.

Enterprise Architecture Implementation Report

This is a report of the project to implement enterprise architecture in the organization. It covers the essentials of EA implementation – the process, and the team used to implement etc. – but also provides a template to use in communicating the project details to key stakeholders. Often EA projects are derailed because key stakeholders are not on board along the process – the responsibility to keep them engaged lies with the CIO. Read On>>

Implementing Enterprise Architecture

This presentation provides a step by step plan to implement enterprise architecture and the results achieved. An excellent discussion that can help a CIO – and their Enterprise Architecture team – learn from a successful EA implementation, and plan their own journey forward. Good Read!

A Guide to Enterprise Architecture Planning

This guide presents a framework for enterprise architecture planning, and a step by step approach to implement it in the enterprise. An excellent resource for the CIO to understand what enterprise architecture is, why is it important and how to implement it using a structure methodology.

Enterprise Architecture Guide

This guide explains the key concepts in enterprise architecture planning using a case study of an EA implementation in an organization. The organization was moving from its current client server model of computing to a web based architecture – this guide explains the enterprise architecture considerations that facilitated this enterprise transformation. Excellent resource for anyone who wants to understand practical enterprise architecture through an implementation example.

eBook CIOs Guide to Service Oriented Enterprise Architecture

This e-book is written to help you, the CIO/senior IT leader, put your arms around the key concepts of enterprise architecture planning using service orientation. An excellent start for someone just dipping their toes into this concept. (150 pages)

The Future of Enterprise Architecture Tools

This in-depth (150 pages) report details the future of enterprise architecture tools. It synthesizes key industry, business and technology trends and evaluates the key enterprise architecture tools' ability to meet the requirements set by them. Where is the business world headed? What challenges does that pose for the IT organization? How will IT use enterprise architecture management tools to meet these challenges? Are current enterprise architecture tools up to this challenge? What future enhancements will bridge the gaps in EA tool capability and functionality? What gaps will remain? An excellent discussion on enterprise architecture tools and their ability to meet business requirements. MUST READ!