Enterprise Architecture as Strategy

Enterprise Architecture as Strategy

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Kaplan, Robert S. | Norton, David P. Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation, 2006 Audio summary available
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Through ten years of research on more than 200 companies, Jeanne W. Ross, Peter Weill, and David C. Robertson have found what distinguishes top companies from others. Top companies digitize their businesses as much as possible and because of that they continue getting faster and more profitable while the others end up left behind. In Enterprise Architecture as Strategy, the authors explain the importance of digitizing and having a strong foundation for execution. The process of creating a foundation to execution consists of three parts: defining an operating model, creating an enterprise architecture, and then creating an IT engagement model. They expand on a foundation to execution by explaining how to leverage a foundation for growth and what it means for the future.