Documentation: Structuring Enterprise Architecture


The classic definition of management is based on the assumption that things can be moved by systematic action, by a controlled circuit of planning, organization, control and navigation. As we are all aware, this presupposes information. How are we to plan, organize, control and, above all, navigate if we do not know where we are and where we would like to go? Any form of management is based on information, irrespective of whether it is a matter of our sales information system that enables us to direct sales activities and product development or our business intelligence suite that gives us an overview of all of the relevant indicators. If we would like to achieve a state in which things simply work, then we will have to actively manage development. This cannot be done in the dark.


Business Process Software Architecture Architecture Model Enterprise Architecture Business Process Model 
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