Enterprise Architecture Process

Part 1: What is Enterprise Architecture?

This is a thorough introduction to enterprise architecture planning. It defines EA but more importantly makes some key connections with other concepts. Excellent Read! (150 pages)

The Complete Guide to Enterprise Architecture Planning

This in-depth eBook provides guidance on designing and implementing enterprise architecture in an organization – from the need for enterprise architecture, a concise definition of enterprise architecture, enterprise architecture frameworks to infrastructure and technology and most major things in between. (500 pages).

Enterprise Architecture As Story

This eBook presents an interesting approach to enterprise architecture – using literature, narrative and storytelling. This approach to enterprise architecture uses storytelling to make the connection of business value – the main focus of creating an enterprise architecture in the first place! – with the thing that matters most in the enterprise: people. If people identify with the story, can understand it, can communicate it, then they can implement it and that is the way to produce sustainable results! (200 pages)

Enterprise Architecture Tool Kit

Enterprise Architecture Development Tool-Kit guides in the definition, development, utilization, maintenance, and institutionalization of an enterprise architecture program supported by stakeholders of all levels, from the executive to the user. The Tool-Kit addresses Architecture Governance, Business, Information, Technology and Solution Architectures. (900 pages)

Technology Capability Projections and Planning

This paper discusses business IT alignment planning via emerging technologies. "Improved alignment between business and IT will come when the lingua franca of the two domains are themselves more closely aligned."

FEA Practice Guidance

The Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) Practice Guidance describes important  concepts architects can use with stakeholders to deliver value to the business and  improve results in agency mission areas.  The guidance provides overviews of  architecture concepts, descriptions of the content included in architecture work products, and direction on developing and using architecture. 

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