Welcome to the Model Driven EA blogThis blog is about creating and using models in Enterprise Architecture in order to create value for organisations engaged in Enterprise Architecture, and I’m not talking about IT architecture. I will try and share some of my experiences and ideas on using models in EA.
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How does an Enterprise Architecture and a Business Model work together? Successful organisations are those that improve and innovate their Business Models to find a profitable niche against their competitors. But a new Business Model alone is not enough. It … Continue reading
TOGAF® and BIAN – A strong proposition for the Banking Industry By Thomas Obitz, KPMGEarlier this year, a working group led by Paul Bonnie, ING and I published a white paper on the integration of TOGAF® and BIAN, the framework … Continue reading
1: It must have a repository (a real repository) Many tools can create drawings, e.g. Visio, but for a modeling tool to be efficient, it must have a repository to save, reuse and analyze the objects that is being created on the … Continue reading
I don’t know why everybody has so much trouble figuring out the difference between Conceptual, Logical and Physical… let me explain this one more time… via Conceptual, Logical, Physical: It is Simple by: John A. Zachman.
The EA Blogs has this very interessting article on meta-model. The meta-model is a cornestone is a model driven approach. I’ve been writing a lot recently about metamodels for enterprise-architecture and the like: but what’s the point? Why bother? Why all this … Continue reading
I have been describing organisations for a decade now using different types of models, process, application architecture etc., and I am always amazed off how little understanding or appreciation of models that organisations in general have. This blog is about … Continue reading