The Success of a Pragmatic Enterprise Architecture approach 'STREAM'

  • Schekkerman J
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Abstract

This presentation is the story of a successful EA programme at TenneT, who administer the grid of the Dutch electricity network. The business needed to set up a transformation programme to rationalise their Information System landscape and transform it to support the future ambitions and strategy of TenneT in the North West European energy market. The presentation will focus on the processes of understanding the business by means of a business function model, getting buy in, (both on business side as well as IT side) and how to define business and IT criteria to rationalise the IS landscape and create a successful business/technology roadmap for change. Real life deliverables and examples will be shown to tell the story and illustrate the success of a 'Managed Diversity' pragmatic EA approach called STREAM (Speedy, Traceable, Result-driven, Enterprise Architecture Management). Key takeaways will be: How a pragmatic business driven EA approach enables business/technology change. The added value of creating a business function model to get business buy-in. How to set up a roadmap for business / technology transformation (the big picture) and governance. How to manage the Enterprise Architecture Practice

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  • enterprise architecture
  • success

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  • Jaap Schekkerman

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