Provide operational governance for technology and business leadership to help ensure a continued alignment between the information security and privacy program, Business Architecture, technology architecture and the associated product, project, and program portfolios.

More Uses of the Business Architect Toolkit:

  • Head: work closely with other technology teams to identify dependencies and collaboration needs (business applications, dev/ops, digital applications, network, infrastructure, architecture and delivery).
  • Devise: work closely with solutions architecture, infrastructure architecture, integration architecture and Business Architecture to create an enterprise architecture approach for solving short term and long term strategic initiatives.
  • Support one or more product areas in developing a multi year technology strategy and roadmap for the customer for new/changed technology solutions, anticipating potential impacts on business processes, structures and governance.
  • Ensure you reach; lead systems thinking understands the internal and external relationships between technology and processes (understands how work impacts others; considers risk and security practices; understands relationship between different organization technologies).
  • Conceptualize a recommended solution, enabling stakeholders to understand the new capabilities, boundaries, dependencies, constraints, and assumptions from your organization perspective.
  • Ensure your organization understands and supports prioritized Portfolio and Value Stream work by collaborating with Solution Architect, Business Architect, Product management and stakeholders to breakdown features into user stories.
  • Drive the integration and implementation of programs and initiatives by leveraging relationships with functional business partners; able to manage and prioritize competing strategies, and adjusting as necessary.
  • Ensure your organization defines, drive, and coordinates the prioritization of marketing strategies, demand generation and resource allocation for scalable, predictable, and efficient marketing processes.
  • Conceptualize an architecture in terms of components/nodes and use a thoughtful process to partition transactional requirements between the various components of the architecture.
  • Drive client segmentation strategy to support product development use case prioritization and to develop client migrations planning and execution in order to decommission legacy infrastructure.
  • Standardize: work closely with Domain and Solution architects to deliver Business Architecture outputs needed for End to End Architecture and Solution Architecture deliverables.
  • Manage work with the team to identify and mitigate delivery risks and serves as a point of escalation for coaching opportunities/issues to ensure appropriate solutions are developed and recommended.
  • Ensure you maximize; lead Business Architecture is a discipline concerned with developing and maintaining lead business capabilities of the enterprise in line with the corporate strategy.
  • Manage work with business executives, business process owners, risk partners and other stakeholders on the high level scoping of the processes and the linkages to the various elements of the enterprise process, risk, control, application etc.
  • Ensure you spearhead; lead Business Architects determine the best way for an enterprise to turn the lead business strategy into an actionable plan, enabled through strategic technology investments.
  • Arrange that your organization implements/integrate cloud computing architecture solutions that address cloud security and compliance fundamentals, deployment automation, and elasticity of environments.
  • Drive collaboration across the business and IT organizations to ensure alignment, and the development of globally consistent and common processes and tools that support the business in an efficient, secure, and scalable environment.
  • Be certain that your organization interfaces with client and internal business teams regarding business problems, issues and opportunities in the context of business requirements throughout the delivery lifecycle.
  • Collaborate with clients and internal teams to understand business challenges and opportunities and to help identify and prioritize opportunities to improve businesses.
  • Conceptualize a solution and enable stakeholders to understand the solutions capabilities, boundaries, dependencies, constraints, and assumptions from your organization perspective.
  • Confirm your organization oversees the principles, strategies, standards, guidelines and framework based on best practices, industry standards, and established models and ensure compliance across the business.
  • Standardize: expertise utilization of various techniques/approaches for capturing/assessing strategic/architectural requirements scenario planning, concept maps, architecture trade off.
  • Ensure you forecast; lead Business Architecture; understand the lead business processes, information flow, and work processes that drive the different lead business sectors and can translate such processes/flow into technical solutions.
  • Establish ownership of areas of responsibility with an aptitude to anticipate and pro actively execute tasks while identifying areas of enhancement, efficiencies, and solutions.
  • Orchestrate: review the accuracy and integrity of the reductions in force process inventories and process level information at a pre defined frequency as outlined in the business process management policy and procedures.


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