The business academy ignored the BA issue because the term architecture was rather alien to the business community so far. It’s too technical perhaps. But more and more often, business consultancies mention EA in the grander sense that includes busines…
What we often miss today in our enterprise is that common integrated picture of the business, illustrating the functions, flows, information, governance and organisation that only a BA offers.
But, while many teach BA courses a…
Does BA exist for us in the same form or as the same concept? Do we even talk about the same thing?
Innovation based on the business model alone is rather academic and limited in scope.
The business environment is changing at a much greater pace, from new payment mechanisms through to the Internet of things. Technology and customers are changing the very fabric of business, which is not only impacting new propositions, but also the way changes are prioritised. To win in the new economy leaders must look beyond cost, Read More
Service providers are continually reshaping their offering in response to changing customer needs and demands. As customer expectations change, businesses need to rethink the experiences they deliver. Meeting new demands does not only require delivery of the right propositions – it also requires developing broader capabilities around the needs of people, across the entire eco Read More
As we enter a new age for technology, the opportunities for companies to connect with customers are becoming endless. The connected customer is also starting to demand more due to a much greater awareness of technology, and this is shaping the future direction of propositions. The rate of change is not going to slow down Read More
Over the last 2-3 years organisations have gone through significant change. Existing capabilities have been transformed, and vast amount of new capabilities have been invested in to ensure organisations remain sticky in the customer’s digital life. Everything from collaboration, to new ways of working has enabled organisations to build deeper meaningful connections with their customers. Read More
2014 was the year when digital became a significant priority for organisations, for the first time customers were becoming more advanced in the use of technologies and with this came a greater level of expectation. Customers (Including me) expected things in digital to be quicker, and just work. However most were left disappointed (including me) when Read More
Designing and understanding brands and how the behave as figments of their own is hard enough. Having a simple structure that one can use to design and / or understand a brand makes designing businesses so much easier. More details to come on this topic… The Brand Canvas License This work is licensed under a Creative […]
Organisations are fighting for relevance in a larger market place where brand names and size are less of a factor. Customers are now looking for the products and services which deliver the outcomes they need, regardless of who provides them. Being able to meet these demands at speed and scale will be fundamental in achieving Read More
(I was originally going to title this post ‘Storm in a bra-cup’, but realised it would again lead certain people to miss the point…) What’s the difference between mass-customisation and mass-uniqueness? And how much of data – or, these days,…