The most complex object of the information age is “Enterprise.” The inherent complexity is nothing less than what you will find inside a human
body (anatomy). Human beings existed much before the arrival of medical science. Medical science brought common understanding about the anatomy, various systems such as Muscular, Nervous, and Reproductive, etc. This resulted in discovery of the fact that every human being is different, yet they follow a common structure. Guess what, resulting tools, techniques, equipment, etc. brought predictability in the process of creation of life, evolution and life cycle management. Of course, in extreme cases, diagnosis is possible without any luck with the treatment, sad but true.
It’s nearly 40 years back when John Zachman’ started on his endeavor to find the common structure behind every “Enterprise.” With his success, came the much needed insight in to the enterprise anatomy and the evolving discipline is called “Enterprise Architecture.” This has resulted in discovery of the fact that every enterprise (in whatever industry) is different, yet they follow a common structure, i.e. Zachman Framework.
This discovery is similar to the discovery of “Periodic Table” by Mendeleev, who found that every “compound” on earth (any beyond) follow a common structure i.e. consisting of elements. This knowledge resulted in formalizing and evolution of discipline, i.e. Chemical Science. The Mendeleev’s Periodic Table brought much-needed predictability in analysis, creation and life cycle management of “compounds.” Our ability to create an object which could withstand a temperature of 14,000 degree Celsius is a good example of what can be accomplished.
“Enterprises” have existed much before the discovery of the framework. Zachman Framework of Enterprise Architecture, is brining much-needed predictability in the creation, evolution and life cycle management of the “Enterprise.” That’s reason why Zachman Framework is also known as “Periodic Table for the Enterprise.”
Our experts will discuss about the diagnostic visual techniques that can help narrow the causes of the problem or complication and ensure that the diagnosis is
accurate. These techniques include visual modeling, creating composites, simulations, traceability, relationship matrix, gap analysis, impact analysis, etc.
These visualization tools let you "see" inside your enterprise (or department or system) to get a "picture" of strategy, business processes, data assets,
technology stacks, network channels, distribution logistics, events, stakeholders, workflow, rules, etc. This is a way you can determine if there are any