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Having a vision statement is essential for an organisation to know ‘why’ it is doing what it is doing. A vision statement supports the rationale for why an organisation exists. It provides both guidance and a means to assess the … Continue reading
A strategy provides a way to describe how the business is going to get things done. It is much less specific than a plan, which describes who will do what and when. Instead, its purpose is to broadly answer the … Continue reading
It is absolutely essential, when either building a business from scratch or extending one that already exists, that a specific set of objectives be established. Supporting and aligning to a business vision and mission statement concrete goals and objectives strongly … Continue reading
Many members of a business community with access to an Enterprise Architecture see it as an overhead that ‘gets in the way’ of them ‘doing their job. As an overhead it is seen as something apart from their ‘Business As … Continue reading