EA Planning, Development and Management Process for Agile Enterprise Development
Pulkkinen, M., & Hirvonen, A. (2005). EA Planning, Development and Management Process for Agile Enterprise Development. In Sprague, R.H. Jr: Proceedings of the Thirty-Eighth Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Big Island, Hawaii, 2005, IEEE Computer Society (pp. 223). IEEE Computer Society.
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In this study, we suggest an enterprise architecture (EA) development process model suitable for EA projects limited in scope and time. Several EA process models have been put forward, which have in common the idea of comprehensive EA management and development that is generic, cyclic and ongoing in a user organization. The suggested models are of varying level of abstraction. It is not simple to select the right issues from them for a restricted development effort. An ICT services provider needs a process model to follow in EA consulting and development projects. This approach is also needed for incremental EA development by user organizations. Starting with the suggested EA process models and with findings in IS literature, we create a generic process model for EA management. Based on this model, and supported with a case study, we then develop a process model for discrete EA development efforts undertaken as incremental steps.
PublisherIEEE Computer Society
Parent publication ISBN0-7695-2268-8
Is part of publicationSprague, R.H. Jr: Proceedings of the Thirty-Eighth Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Big Island, Hawaii, 2005, IEEE Computer Society
ISSN Search the Publication Forum1530-1605
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