Management Structure Based Government Enterprise Architecture Framework Adaption in Situ
Valtonen, K. (2017). Management Structure Based Government Enterprise Architecture Framework Adaption in Situ. In G. Poels, F. Gailly, E. S. Asensio, & M. Snoeck (Eds.), PoEM 2017: The Practice of Enterprise Modeling : 10th IFIP WG 8.1. Working Conference, Proceedings (pp. 267-282). Springer. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, 305. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-70241-4_18
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The fragmentation of the public sector makes it difficult to manage strategically and architecturally as a whole. Enterprise Architecture (EA) is considered as an improvement to that. Architectural modeling and visualization of the general management strategy plans along with parallel database development in a local government forms the primary data in the longitudinal case study using Action Design Research Method. To find a proper organizational fit for the EA framework in public sector, we reflect on how the current state architectural descriptions got organized in situ in a deep corporate hierarchy, and what were the emerging management needs in re-organizing the content of the descriptions. We suggest the EA framework in public sector as a strategic corporate management tool. As for the current state EA descriptions, we propose implementing the framework not as a static, but as a dynamic data model of the current management structures.
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