The terms ‘diagram’ and ‘model’ are often used interchangeably, yet there is actually an important difference between them. It can be useful to reflect on these differences when undertaking process analysis, management or improvement - and it can be particularly important when utilizing the BPMN approach to modelling.
A lingua franca is the language, adopted as common, between speakers whose native languages are different but how useful is TOGAF as an Esperanto go-between language for enterprise architects from different backgrounds?
If you’re a regular LinkedIn user you’ve probably noticed there have been quite a few changes this year; following Microsoft’s acquisition of the company for $26.2 million in 2016. There’s more to the makeover than just a cleaner look – there have been some changes in functionality too. So is it still the best sales weapon out there?
The IT4IT vision is a vendor-neutral Reference Architecture for managing the business of IT and underpins the important work done with IT frameworks such as TOGAF® 9, COBIT® and ITIL®.
A key concept in Lean is ‘waste’, which can be defined as anything that doesn’t add value to the customer. This blog covers the 8 different types of waste in Lean.
TOGAF is described as an Open Group Standard. But what do we mean by a “standard”, and what happens when there is more than one competing standard?
Read this blog to understanding the benefits from TOGAF for different types of stakeholder: The Business User
A video guide detailing which Organizational Assets are Business Processes and how they create value for the customer.
The elements of TOGAF cover the entire lifecycle for Enterprise Architecture (EA), right from setting up EA as an idea within an organization, to creating and maintaining established Enterprise Architectures.
When it comes to passing your ITIL foundation exam, many learners are unsure of what to expect. Be sure to follow these 5 top tips for the best possible chance of success first-time.