Class PMBA 6314 Term Spring 1

Class PMBA 6314 Term Spring 1, 2018 Name Ray Espinosa Case Summary/Analysis The case study mentioned that the enterprise architects at the executive level should have the capacity to form unity. The enterprise level architecture must have the ability to have a wide-ranging look on business circumstances, and must have the able to take a focused outlook of the company and different concerns. One of the suggested steps and requirement that the enterprise select is the ability to take a step back to review what problems the projected project will resolve. My view of this signifies all experiences that a worthy enterprise architects for a company should have. The capability of the architect strategy is to concentration on the big projects (which is important for the enterprise) seems to be one which is extremely highlighted in the circumstance, that way when you are designing you can center around what the general result will be and what sorts of issues it will settle. Enterprise architect focuses on four crucial Cs connection, collaboration, communication and customers (OBrien, 2012). Architects should map, define, and standardize technology, data, and business processes to translate these into an architectural approach (macro view) but also be able to work individual projects (OBrien, 2012). This case study gives a decent illustration of Toyota Europes enterprise architect which was able to make its enterprise approach work in the current setting and effectively bring it into the anticipated future. This is the reason that Toyotas Chief Architect Mr. Heinchkein was able to give a worthy explanation of what the job of the enterprise should be. Another example provided is of Campbell Soup Corp. when they applied the idea of enterprise architect and found that it was exceptionally helpful from its report that the enterprise architects work sees to it the best is served for the enterprise as a whole against the individual department and individual projects for things are being centralized and therefore consistent with optimal effectiveness as part of its architectural tactic. Practices of the individual establishments stated have worked effectively in their enterprises. It is submitted, in any case, that the distinction of business nature and different aspects associated with a particular line of business, although declaring that each enterprise unquestionably needs to implement current technology and may need to enterprise architect, the level of progress achieved differs. The uniqueness of a specific business enterprise may require less the involvement of enterprise architect. One business approach could be copied entirely or partially through unpredictable degree of achievement and sometimes even dismal failure. This implies that for a period of time this enterprise architectural method might work but not for a lifetime as a tactic or plan can be outdated or rendered obsolete with the arrival of new environment and technology, among others. The point in which the condition of developed enterprise architectures is achieved, it is likewise expected that the most maximum benefits in terms of business profit margins, stability of the enterprise, expansion of business and formation of new enterprises, and even the manufacture of new goods and services are accomplished with greatest effectiveness and efficiency. The fact that after maturity is reached there is associated shortcomings such as the deceleration of upward movement and may have even reached its peak. When one is at its pinnacle, the conceivable thing to happen is for it to slide down. Development in any endeavor likewise has its comparing negative viewpoint Work cited OBrien, James Marakas, G. (2012). Management Information Systems, 10th Edition. New York, NY McGraw-Hill/Irwin Case Study 1, Toyota Europe, Campbell Soup Company, Sony Pictures, and W.W Grainger Making the Case for Enterprise ArchitectsChapter 7, Page 273-274 Page PAGE 2 of NUMPAGES 3 Y, dXiJ(x(I_TS1EZBmU/xYy5g/GMGeD3Vqq8K)fw9
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