BPM and SOA—Business Processes Start with Capabilities

BPM and SOA—Business Processes Start with Capabilities
In his Column this month, Mike Rosen takes up the topic of business capability which he defines as what an enterprise does, not how it does it. Capability models are relevant to the business, and they provide the all-important link between the business and IT architectures. Read Mike`s succinct, insightful analysis of capability models and mapping which, he believes, represent current best practices in the area of business architecture.

Mike Rosen

Mike Rosen

Mike Rosen is Chief Scientist at Wilton Consulting Group and a Founding Member of the Business Architecture Guild. Mr. Rosen is also an Adjunct Research Advisor for Business and Enterprise Architecture for IDCs CIO Advisory Practice. He has more than 30 years of technical leadership experience architecting, designing, and developing software applications and products. Currently, he provides expert consulting services in the areas of Enterprise Architecture, Business Architecture and SOA. Previously, Mr. Rosen was CTO at AZORA Technologies and M2VP, Inc., and Chief Enterprise Architect at IONA Technologies, PLC, and Genesis Development Corporation. Mr. Rosen was also a product architect, technical leader, and developer for commercial middleware products from BEA and Digital. His involvement in product development includes Web services, Java, CORBA, COM, messaging, transaction processing, DCE, networking, and operating systems.
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