Capability-Based Planning Using TOGAF (Part 1) - AEA Webinar #6 - 12 June 2015
APG - Armstrong Process Group, Enterprise Architecture Training
Published at : 25 Dec 2020
Capability-based planning (CBP) is an emerging set of best practices for managing the complexity of the enterprise landscape for executive decision makers. The speaker will begin by discussing how to use the Architecture Development Method (ADM) of The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) to build a capability model. Establish a sound foundation for CBP by creating a capability-driven architecture metamodel tailored to an organization’s specific planning objectives and requirements. Populate the capability model with required data (including using commercial tooling). The presentation will continue with describing how to exploit that capability model while executing the ADM for architecture-driven business transformation. Discuss different investment approaches (simplification, optimization, innovation) in Phase A: Architecture Vision, creating capability-based delivery plans in Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions and Phase F: Migration Planning, and then delivering and monitoring execution during Phase G: Implementation Governance and Phase H: Architecture Change Management.
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