This whitepaper demonstrates how Business Architecture is being applied across industries and markets. It examines the benefits being realised by organisations who design their target state based on strategic business models that enable the business to execute on its strategy. It takes a look at a number of organisations who have used business architecture tools and techniques to tackle a number of the common business challenges that many businesses are facing around the world.

Innovative products and extreme customer expectations are driving a very different disruption in today’s markets unlike anything we have seen in the past. Historical tools and techniques are not suited for the current environment and will become increasingly outdated if we don’t apply new ways of thinking and working to meet these demands.

Strategy development is fundamental to the sustainability of the company. However, strategy execution and realisation is where the challenge lies. Harvard Business Review reports a significant percentage of CEOs indicate their strategies are never fully achieved. This becomes even more marginalised by the number of employees who indicate they do not know their organisation’s strategies or how the work they do fits into achieving those strategies.

At EA Learning we believe the redesign of business to achieve strategic goals and to deliver successful target operating model initiatives can be successful when viewed and applied through the lens of business architecture. Every business has an architecture which represents the value it generates, through the capabilities it possesses, to deliver products and services. Strategy execution can be enabled by deconstructing the business to identify the “wicked” problems to be solved, the impacted market-facing value chains, and the low performing capabilities supporting the value delivery.

This whitepaper demonstrates how Business Architecture is being applied across industries and markets and looks at the benefits being realised by organisations who design their target state based on strategic business models that enable the business to execute on its strategy. We will take a look at a number of organisations who have used business architecture tools and techniques to tackle a number of the common business challenges that many businesses are facing around the world.

In the race to the finish line where the goal posts keep moving, we need to be reminded to “measure twice and cut once.” Figuratively, by extension, plan and prepare in a careful, thorough manner before taking action otherwise, in all likelihood, it may be necessary to cut again, wasting precious time and resources.

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