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For Enterprise Architecture Professionals

Use Visualizations To Build Confidence In Strategy

EAs Are Using Strategy On A Page To Convey The Firm's Strategy

June 1, 2017

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Organizations need a transformation strategy to articulate how they will succeed in winning, serving, and retaining their increasingly powerful customers. But without sufficient clarity, enterprise architecture (EA) pros struggle to communicate the connection between strategy and architecture. This report presents several approaches EA leaders can take to ensure clarity on the business and tech management strategies of their firm.

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Table of Contents

  • Strategic Intent Is Often Lost In Translation
  • Four Key Questions Guide Strategic Statement Definitions
  • Visualizations Improve Understanding Of Your Firm's Strategy
  • Recommendations

  • Shape Strategy Communication Based On Stakeholder Needs
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents

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