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Concerned about getting the funding you need to move an important project ahead? Not sure if you’ll succeed? Read on and discover how the Zachman Framework can help you in ways you may not have considered before. I consider the Zachman Framework an essential tool for building a wining business case and getting the funding you need. It offers at least three ways to build a better business case and increase the probability you’ll get the nod to proceed: It helps you “connect the dots” It clearly identifies the impacts of implementation It helps reduce risk of failure The rest of...
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CEOs are investing a great deal in formulating winning strategies. Unfortunately, outcomes are not a pleasant experience. Globally, organizations are working on offsetting economic dampening behaviour with  new products and services in regular interval.  Very often, results are  not favorable due to inherent business complexity and associated business structure. As a result, even incremental changes are expensive and time-consuming. In absence of "Business Architecture", business strategy is just a mismanaged carnival of descisions that is desperate for revenue. "Business Architecture" is an evolving discipline which empowers decision makers with "Visual Intelligence." Using "Visual Intelligence," business managers can understand anatomy of business...
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