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1.1 The imperative for business agility
1.2 Improving business outcomes
1.3 Taking control of the enterprise landscape
2.2 Business process management
2.3 Enterprise Architecture
2.3.1 EA frameworks
2.3.2 Entry points for EA
2.4 Business process analysis
Chapter 3. BPM and EA synergies
3.1 Continuous improvement
3.2 Actionable architecture
3.2.1 Dimensions of the architectural classification scheme
3.2.2 Applying the architectural classification scheme to EA, BPM, and SOA
3.3 Integrated strategic planning
3.3.1 Portfolio management
3.3.2 Compliance
3.3.3 Exception handling
3.3.4 Benchmarking
4.2 The ISIS methodology
4.3 ISIS for BPM
Chapter 5. EA methods and tools
5.1 ‘Trading goods’ of the typical EA life cycle
5.2 EA capabilities
5.2.1 Supported domains of change
5.2.2 EA artifacts
5.2.3 EA repository and automated harvesting of EA artifacts
5.2.4 Impact analysis and analytics
5.2.5 Simulation
5.2.6 Current versus future state analysis
5.2.7 Transition planning
5.3 EA maturity
5.4 The value proposition for EA
Chapter 6. Stop copying; start linking
6.1 Stop copying
6.2 Start linking
Chapter 7. The role of standards
7.1 Semantic standards: The Open Group SOA Ontology Technical Standard
7.2 Resource format standards: BPMN
7.3 Linking format standards: OSLC
7.4 Framework standards: TOGAF
7.5 Industry model standards: IFW
7.6 Process improvement standards: CMMI
Chapter 8. Governing change
8.1 Sources that drive change
8.2 Business agility and enterprise governance
8.3 The business need for end-to-end change processes
8.4 From resource governance to change governance
8.5 Governing SOA and BPM change
9.1 Refining the enterprise landscape
9.2 Defining enterprise collaboration patterns
9.3 Collaboration through linking and cloning
9.4 Best practices for applying collaboration patterns
Chapter 10. EA applied
10.1 Business architecture
10.1.1 Business motivation model
10.1.2 Organizational chart
10.1.3 Functional hierarchy
10.1.4 Business services
10.1.5 Business service to actor mapping
10.1.6 Business process hierarchy
10.1.7 Business processes
10.2 Data architecture
10.2.1 Class diagrams or entity relationship diagrams
10.2.2 Linking data into the rest of the enterprise architecture
10.3 Application architecture
10.3.1 Logical application components
10.3.2 Harvesting the application portfolio
10.3.3 Mapping applications to business services
10.3.4 Technology components
10.4 Impact analysis
10.5 Transition planning
10.5.1 Model differencing
10.5.2 Current state versus target state assessments
10.5.3 Road maps
Chapter 11. BPM applied
11.1 Step 1: Discover
11.2 Step 2: Storyboard
11.3 Step 3: Experience
11.4 Step 4: Manage
12.1 Establishing a link
12.2 Following a link
13.1 EA governance
13.1.1 Cloning of EA artifacts
13.2 BPM insight
13.2.1 Project experience
13.2.2 Systemic issue identified through operational monitoring
13.3 BPM exception
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