Architecture detail depending on the maturity of the capabilities and scope of EA initiatives. Architecture can be developed at strategy level (strategic architecture) of high-level enterprise architecture, a segment (segment architecture) which is one of the core services or programs selected and the ability (capability segment) architecture of the project during the implementation of programs/projects/initiatives.
Frequently Asked Questions
The appropriate approach to implementing EA among agency staff is to provide Change Management Programme in public sector level that leads by MAMPU and continued at the Ministry / Department by EA team in their agencies.
A Chief Architect accordingly need to be proficient in all four domains, but it depends on the complexity of the business of the organization. However, the agency needs to have a group of architects with each EA domain . Normally, Chief Architect proficient in one or two major domains and have knowledge in other domains.
Business Architect consists of business officer but ICT officer who understand business domain also worth to become Business Architect.
Domain Business Architecture can not be completely ignored in the implementation of EA but rather quick review, validation and verification can be carried out on the next Busines Architecture domain and uploaded to a centralized repository 1GovEA.
Business aspects are fundamental for the creation of an organization, so the business people should lead EA initiatives. To get buy-in from top management, the agency should seek to convince their management that EA is importance fundamentals in transforming business and the realization of the strategy.
Build / Operate level in 1GovEA methodology is related to the implementation of programs / projects / initiatives identified in the Target Architecture and EA Roadmap. It involves the implementation team (Project Management, System Builder and subject matter expert). Management agency must decide whether Target Architecture and Roadmap EA designed need to be carried out internally (by the agency) or by a third party (consultant / external company). If the implementation of programs / projects / initiatives EA conducted internally, the implementation team (Project Management and System Builder) should be given a description of the requirements and responsibilities of their EA practices.
EA is a structured approach that is a critical force for the implementation of the core strategic transformation and agencies. It has six (6) components, namely Vision, Governance Principles, 4 main Domain, methodology and respository. Methodology Components is a description of the process for developing the enterprise architecture.
SOP, WPM and 5S is part of various work procedures / processes that help organizations conduct business efficiently and effectively. EA is a framework and methodology that can assist agencies in the successful implementation of programs / projects / initiatives planned in the Strategic Business Plan and ICT Strategic Plan. Through EA approach, architecture is designed by an organization structure and ICT business component so that both components are aligned with each other.
BSP and ISP is the organization's strategic plans for high-level. EA also is an approach to transform the agency conducted an extensive strategic planning and development, including architecture and implementation across the four main domains of business, data, application and technology. EA produce outputs and deliverables in the form of artifacts (diagrams, matrices and catalogs) and document which helps to increase the capacity of the agency in the realization of each strategic plans.
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