• 1 The Business is at Risk – Architecture to the Rescue
  • 2 Advanced Decision Modeling for Compliant, Adaptable Processes
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  • The Business is at Risk

    The Business is at Risk – Architecture to the Rescue

    Business architecture focuses on the opportunity and capabilities of the organization. They are the driving forces behind a business’ strategy

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  • Advanced Decision Modeling

    Advanced Decision Modeling for Compliant, Adaptable Processes

    The two OMG standards: Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) Decision Model and Notation (DMN) provide readable notations for business analysts

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  • Different Management Perspectives

    Architecture—Different Management Perspectives

    Management perceives of architecture in many different ways. As skeptical architects, we believe architecture will not be successful and useful

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  • The Relationship of Architectures

    The Relationship of Architectures

    The architectures are connected through the application of a set of analytics based on the phrase structure of the models.

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  • The Architecture Situation Today

    The Architecture Situation Today

    There are many perspectives of what is called architecture. Architecture is applied to organizations, enterprises, businesses (profit or non-profit, private

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May 18, 2015

“I believe that BPM is one of the most important activities every organization that wishes to survive must engage in. Only a monopoly could possibly survive without pursuing BPM – and even then increases in compliance requirements and complexity would drive costs that would be hard to pass on.”
-Ken Carraher

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