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Book Review: Business Architecture: Collecting, Connecting, and Correcting the Dots by Roger Burlton

Reviewed by Paul Harmon.

Roger Burlton

Roger Burlton is Chairman of the BPTrends Board of Advisors and a Founder and Chief Consultant of BPTrends Associates. He is considered a global innovator in methods for Business Process and is recognized internationally for his thought leadership in Business Process Management. Roger has developed and chaired several high profile conferences on Advanced Business and […]

Essentials of Business Architecture: Measuring Performance: Part 1 and Part 2

In this two-part series, Roger Burlton offers some general measurement principles as well as a top-down approach to gaining the appropriate measurement data in Part 1. And, in Part 2 he deals with a bottom-up approach and details some pitfalls to avoid when using measurement information.

Essentials of Business Architecture: Retaining Business Knowledge: What do you need to know?

In the twelfth Column in his series on Business Architecture, Roger Burlton contends that architecture should be about more than a transformation, if the only focus is on the movement to a new product, service or a new business model, without thinking longer term, then as soon as we finish a particular change, we will need to immediately begin re-architecting all over again in the next transformation.

Essentials of Business Architecture: Developing your Concept Model: What do you manage and what do the words mean

In several earlier Columns, Roger Burlton has referred to the importance of a common semantic framework in developing other architectural models. Since he began writing his Column 3 years ago, he has increasingly relied on the formal structuring of a Concept Model as the foundation of several other types of domain models. In this Column, he presents an architectural framework that has evolved to be at least as workable as his original model but much easier to communicate to practitioners.

Essentials of Business Architecture: ‘Prioritizing Process and Capability Change Part 2 “Comprehensive Treatment”‘

In the tenth Column of his Essentials of Business Architecture series, Roger Burlton provides a more sophisticated method for dealing with the challenge of selecting the right problem to solve. In doing so, Roger delves more deeply into the “fast track” method possibilities he presented in Column 9 last month.

Essentials of Business Architecture: ‘Prioritizing Business and Process Change Part 1: A Fast-tracked Approach’

This is the ninth Column in Roger Burlton’s series on the Essentials of Business Architecture, and it leverages all of the knowledge contained in the previous eight Columns.

Essentials of Business Architecture: Measuring Performance Part 1

Having covered a variety of topics relating to business architecture, Roger Burlton turns his attention to the question of how we can measure what we have defined. In Part 1 of a two-part series, he provides a list of key performance indicators and how to apply them. Part 2 of Measuring Performance will be published in the October Update.

Essentials of Business Architecture: ‘Developing your Capability Architecture: It’s all about being able to get things done’

Roger Burlton explores the various perspectives on the definition of a “capability.” His goal is to ensure that, regardless of how you define capability, that you maintain an approach that is business oriented and not just about IT.

Part Three: Frameworks and End-to-End Processes

Although either end-to-end process methodology or process frameworks can be used independently, Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland and Roger Burlton believe combining them is invaluable for process management and helping organizations achieve their goals. In this Article, they explain how to accomplish this end.

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