Management of EA
Portfolio management is the activity of making decisions about investments based on strategic vision, goals, and organizational needs and measuring outcome-based performance. EA can be used as a tool to influence an organization’s portfolio management outcomes by illustrating gaps across business functions and/or AS-IS and TO-BE states, which may lead to investment recommendations to resolve gaps. In addition, EA can influence an organization’s investment practices such as focusing IT reuse and shared information/licensing versus redundant purchasing of IT or business services. EA also enables an organization to monitor its investments performance determining whether the organization’s business needs are being met.
EABOK® Knowledge Areas
Organizational Scope and Structure of EA
Foundations of EA
Developing an EA
- Business Requirements and Value Proposition
- Methodologies and Processes
- Architecture Frameworks
- Data and Information Management
- Project Management
- Change Management
- Testing and Evaluation
- Modeling and Simulation
- Role of Reference Architectures
- How to Build a Reference Architecture
- Coordinating the Creation of a Reference Architecture
Management of EA
EA in Practice
Perspectives on EA
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