Sharing knowledge an good practices is one of the core values of BiZZdesign. We regularly organize and contribute to online and offline seminars, conferences and round tables. We recently had a very successful seminar on Enterprise Architecture in Dutch healthcare. After presentations on “Dilemma’s for Architects”, based on the relation between physical and digital architecture in […]
Challenges to program and project portfolio management
Often, organizations deal with hundreds of asset and change initiatives. If you don’t have all the facts to support a specific project, portfolio management often becomes “decibel-driven”: those with the loudest voices get their projects approved. So, as a project portfolio manager, how can you improve decision-making? By creating a clear line of sight from initiatives to the effects they have on: • Generating new business • Improving efficiency • Reducing costs • Ensuring regulatory compliance That’s where BiZZdesign can help.
Evaluate and prioritize your initiatives
BiZZdesign’s portfolio management function can help you organize your change initiatives in clear sets. You can define various metrics to evaluate and prioritize your initiatives based on factors such as benefits, cost and risk. Moreover, the platform integrates with enterprise architecture and other disciplines to provide you with full traceability from these initiatives to the results they plan to realize. This gives you a clear picture of the business impact and dependencies of these initiatives, which is crucial in deciding on priorities and planning.
The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) is the most popular framework for developing an enterprise architecture (EA). It is an open standard and may be used freely by any organization wishing to develop an enterprise architecture for use within that organization. BiZZdesign believes in an EA approach that is based on open standards and frameworks. […]
Very few organizations have a systematic and reliable way of translating a business strategy into action across all relevant elements of the organization. Implementing a long-term plan by successive decomposition, design and realization steps is only possible in stable circumstances. Classical top-down strategy implementation cannot keep up with the transformation speed required in a rapidly […]
For many organizations, the enterprise landscape is growing out of control. Simply keeping up with competition and evolving markets means that organizations constantly renew services offered to customers. These new services are supported by new processes, applications and infrastructure that are added to the landscape, making it larger and more complex.
In my previous blog post on Enterprise Architecture at BiZZdesign in 2014, I described how the true value of architecture lies in its relationship with other disciplines within the enterprise.