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Chapter 5. The Process Management Framew... > Architecting Processes and Aligning ...

Architecting Processes and Aligning Business Strategies

The purpose of the Architect and Align phase is to identify the relationships among business processes, technologies, facilities, human resources, and business strategy. An organization maps this information to the results of the Business Context phase to produce priorities for a program of change. The processes are defined based on stakeholder service and interaction lines. The program of change is aligned to the business strategy and to all architectural components.

Results

The major consolidated deliverable from the Architect and Align phase, a Business Architecture Report, summarizes the phase results. It starts with the definition of a common set of business processes and ends with a program of change that prioritizes the processes and other architectures. A key component will be the process migration strategy, a ranked list complete with the rationale of the processes that seem to hold greatest potential for enabling change in business performance, as well as a description of the potential ramifications. The process architecture also links to the overall architectures of other organizational assets.


  

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