Modern EA processes must involve more stakeholders in the EA process so that EAs themselves aren’t the ones actually doing each and every task. The combination of smart tooling and collaborative process is really the key to success in automating your enterprise architecture practice.
Delivering faster. Saving money. Building new business capabilities. These are value points that make enterprise architecture more relevant than ever. Yet delivering EA at today’s breakneck pace of business requires automation. Here are two ways to do just that.
EA’s Slow Pace
For many organizations, enterprise architecture is still viewed as a governance process or center of excellence which major projects must be “run through.” This puts enterprise architecture on a project’s critical path, and as a result, enterprise architects must scramble to complete solution architecture, standards reviews, and documentation on time. It is these processes that must be automated in order to deliver EA faster.
Antiquated EA Processes
Let’s start the conversation with process, as that’s where things are inefficient to begin with. If we take a statistical examination of common EA work, it doesn’t take long to see that there’s an awful lot of tasks that are repetitive…
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