The Ups, Downs and Roundabouts of an Enterprise Architecture Diagram

There has been a lot going in the world of enterprise architecture development. To start off, it is simply a description of what is and what shall be the structure as well as the behavior of any organization s processes   and this includes the information systems, organizational sub-units, personnel sub-units   that are all aligned with the said organization s core goals and direction it wants to take. In shorter terms, enterprise architecture has been consistently developing in such a way that is has not only taken the reins of the present but can now also command the direction any company will take in the future. While enterprise architecture has always been primarily associated with information technology, it also possesses a broader range of qualities that are applicable in many business optimizations because it can also address business architecture as well.

Moreover, it has the capacity to tackle such subjects as performance management, process architecture and organizational structure as the most recent forms of development in its applicability in many different types of industries all over the world. And there has been a lot of proof of the positive developments that have been going on in the world of enterprise architecture. Many companies   giant, powerful industry leaders, at that   have applied the system of enterprise architecture to all of their business architectures, seeing as to how it has been able to improve their performance and productivity drastically. Companies such as BP, Volkswagen AG and information technology giant Intel has nothing but good things to say about enterprise architecture.

 

An enterprise architecture diagram may at first seem like a very overwhelming piece of work, but after some time one will gradually understand and appreciate the way it is able to address key factors and issues in the different business architecture of any organization, making more efficient ways to solve different problems and come up with better innovations where they are needed. One outcome of the implementation of the enterprise architecture process would be a highly comprehensive inventory of all the business strategies, the processes, organization charts, systemic interface charts, technical inventories and network topologies (as well as the different types of explicit relationships that surround them).

The key to understanding the diagram, in truth, is to identify where each need will arise and what specific element will end up addressing it. The different tools that are part and parcel of enterprise architecture are used to support the decision making situations at all the levels of the entire company or organization, each one being a useful and relevant element that keeps the information fresh and up to date. In an enterprise architecture diagram, it must clearly state how the design will come out and how the implementation processes will ensure the continual movement from that particular or current state on to the next one. In the enterprise architecture diagram, one will see how the future will be able to shoot through from what it is now   and that is saying a lot for something that is drawn on paper. Indeed, one will understand that a diagram is truly a great need for any organization that wishes to operate and continue to churn out success using enterprise architecture.