Advanced Topics For TOGAF Integrated Management Framework

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Instructor:Robert Weisman MSc, PEng, PMP CDRobert.weisman@buildthevision.caAdvanced Topics for TOGAF Integrated Management FrameworkROBERT WEISMANCEOBUILD THE VISION, INC.WWW.BUILDTHEVISION.CAEMAIL: ROBERT.WEISMAN@BUILDTHEVISION.CASlide1

Integrating Best PracticeFrameworks Content 2The Management FrameworksEA and Business PlanningEA and Portfolio ManagementEA and Service ManagementEA and Software EngineeringPutting it all Together

Stakeholders - The nagementOperationsManagementSlide DevelopmentMethodSolutions / SystemDevelopmentMethod

TOGAF and the Other Bodiesof KnowledgeGovernanceCOBIT eeringBOKProjectManagementBOKPRINCE 2IT ServiceManagementITIL V3The Open Group Architecture Framework V9.1Open Group Standards for Architecture and ManagementObject Management Group, OASIS, W3CImplementation StandardsSecurityManagement

Coordinating theManagement FrameworksBusiness DirectionBusinessPlanningRuns TheEnterpriseOperationsManagementSlide 5The ctionPortfolioProjectManagementManagement

EA and Business PlanningSlide6Slide 6

Capability Based BusinessPlanningCorporate Governance(Including Corporate IM/IT)Line ofBusinessPortfolioCorporatePortfolio(e.g. HR, rtical) )Capability 1 – (e.g. Electronic Service Delivery)Capability 2 – (e.g. Sarbanes Oxley Compliance)ProjectProjectOperations Management - Corporate IT InfrastructureSlide 7CapabilityManagement(Horizontal)

Capability rementPeople DimensionProcess DimensionIndividual TrainingCollective trainingProfessional DevelopmentConceptsBusiness ProcessesInformation MgtSlide 8MaterielDimensionInfrastructureInformation TechnologyEquipment

Potential chitectureTimeStrategic Enterprise ArchitectureEnterprise ArchitectureDefinition #1Target10EnterpriseArchitecture YearsEnterprise ArchitectureDefinition #25 Years12 MonthsDepth(Content)Slide RealizationArchArchRealization Realization

Business Planning terpriseVisionTimeStrategic Enterprise Plan10Years5 Years12 MonthsDepth(Content)SegmentBusinessPlanSlide inessPlanSegmentBusinessPlanSegmentBusinessPlan

EA and Business PlanningTOGAF 9PhaseMain EA Activities and DeliverablesBusiness Planning Activities and Deliverables(Using Capability or Outcome Based Planning)PPreliminary Planning EA Framework IM/IT GovernancePreliminary Business Planning Planning Framework Measurement & Reporting Framework, e.g. MAF Corporate GovernanceAVision Vision Document including RoadmapDefine Vision and Strategies Enterprise Vision Enterprise Strategic PlanRRequirements ManagementN/AArchitecture DefinitionIdentify / Target Capabilities Corporate Business PlanArchitecture Transformation Transition Architectures Implementation and Migration PlanIdentify Capability Increments Segment Business Plans Implementation PlansGArchitecture ImplementationGovernanceN/AHArchitecture Change ManagementN/AB, C, DE, FSlide11Slide 11

EA and Project ManagementSlide12Slide 12

Stages of the ProjectLifecycleINITIATINGAuthorizing the ProjectProject CharterPrelim Scope StatementPLANNINGPlan and Schedule theProject WorkCLOSINGClose the ProjectFormallyDeliverable AcceptanceContract ClosureSlide13Project Mgt PlanSubsidiary Function PlansChange RequestsChanges to ProjectEXECUTINGPerform theProject WorkMONITORING &CONTROLLINGMonitor to detectvariance and correctProject Deliverables

Architecture Intent – LessenBurden on ProjectsEnterpriseArchitectureEA SupportProjectArchitectureScopeEnable Projects to FocusOn Deliverynot Complex Design Agile Architecture Strategic Tactical Transition Operational Reusable Patterns,Solutions & StandardsProjectArchitectureScopeSlide 14

Strategic Roadmap – Phase AScoping Portfolios and ProjectsPORTFOLIO 1Activity 1Activity 2Activity 3PROJECT 1Activity 4PROJECT 2Activity 5PROJECT 3Activity 8Activity 11Slide15Activity 9Activity 12Activity 10Activity 7Activity 13Business Capability / Value MilestonesActivity 6TargetArchitectureActivity 14

Project Portfolio - UtilityProjectAProjectCProject BProject DProject EValueProjectFProject GProject HOn targetAt RiskRiskSlide 16In Trouble

Enterprise Architecture EnablesStrategic PlanningEA enables proactiveStrategic Project GenerationTactical ProjectGenerationTacticalIT ProjectStrategicBusiness NeedsStrategicEnterprise Tech ArchStrategicIT ProjectGovernance(ChangeAdvisory Board)TacticalIT ProjectTacticalIT NeedTacticalIT NeedTacticalBusiness NeedTacticalBusiness NeedSlide 17

EA and Project ManagementTOGAF 9PhaseMain EA Activities and DeliverablesProject Management Phases and DeliverablesPPreliminary Planning Framework and GovernanceSelection of Portfolio / Project ManagementFrameworkAVision Vision Document including RoadmapPortfolio InitiationRRequirements ManagementPortfolio PlanningProject PlanningArchitecture DefinitionProject InitiationArchitecture Transformation Transition Architectures Implementation and Migration PlanProject PlanningGArchitecture ImplementationGovernanceProject ExecutionMonitoring and ControllingHArchitecture Change ManagementMonitoring and ControllingB, C, DE, FSlide18Slide 18

EA and PM KnowledgeAreasPM Knowledge AreasTOGAF 9Communications Management* Preliminary Phase – Stakeholder Management* Chapter 24 – Stakeholder ManagementScope Management Preliminary Planning – Request for Arch Work A - Vision – Statement of Architecture Work Requirements ManagementQuality Management Requirements Management B-D - Architecture Definition – Service QualitiesHuman Resource Management B-D - Architecture Definition – Service/Technical Reference Models Chapter 52 - Architecture Related RolesIntegration Management Risk Management E - Opportunities and Solutions – Implementation Risk H - Architecture Change Management Chapter 31 – Risk ManagementCost Management A - Vision, B-D Definition and E - Opportunities & SolutionsA - Architecture Vision – Strategic ConceptualB – D - Architecture Definition – LogicalE - Opportunities and Solutions – PhysicalChapter 29 - Interoperability– Different levels of cost estimateTime Management A - Vision and Phase F – Migration PlanningProcurement Management Not really addressed in TOGAFSlide19Slide 19

EA and Service ManagementISO 20000Information TechnologyInfrastructure Library (ITIL)Slide20

ITIL Service LifecycleSlide21

ITIL Service PhasesSlide22

ITIL V3 – Service Areas and MainDeliverablesService Strategy1. Financial Mgt2. Service PortfolioMgt3. Demand MgtService Design1. ServiceCatalogue Mgt2. Service LevelMgt3. Capacity Mgt4. Availability Mgt5. IT ServiceContinuity Mgt6. InformationSecurity Mgt7. Supplier MgtService Transition1. Change Mgt2. Service Asset andConfiguration Mgt3. Knowledge Mgt4. Release andDeployment Mgt5. Service Validationand Testing6. Evaluation7. Transition Planningand SupportService OperationContinuous ServiceImprovement1.2.3.4.5.1. Service Improvement2. ServiceMeasurement3. Service ReportingEvent MgtIncident MgtRequest FulfilmentAccess MgtProblem MgtFunctions Service Desk Technical Mgt Application Mgt IT Ops MgtDeliverables Strategies Policies ResourceConstraints Service LevelSlide23Packages(SLP) Solution Design Architectures Standards Service DesignPackage (SDP) Transition Plans Tested Solutions Service KnowledgeManagementSystem (SKMS) Operational Plans Operational Services Improvement Actionsand Plans

Service Portfolio ConceptTarget ArchitectureBaseline ArchitecturePipeline ServicesService CatalogueTOGAF V9ITIL V3Service PortfolioSlide24Retired Services

EA and Service ManagementTOGAF 9PhaseMain EA Activities and DeliverablesService Management Phases and DeliverablesPPreliminary Planning Framework and GovernanceITIL FrameworkAVision Vision Document includingRoadmapService StrategyRRequirements ManagementService Knowledge Management System (SKMS)Architecture DefinitionService DesignArchitecture Transformation Transition Architectures Implementation and Migration PlanService TransitionGArchitecture ImplementationGovernanceService TransitionHArchitecture Change ManagementService OperationContinual Service ImprovementB, C, DE, FSlide25

EA and Software EngineeringISO 42010Slide26Slide 26

System Development LifeCycle TAINArchitecture descriptions created:Architecture descriptions used: guided by enterprise architectureprinciples to ensure system/solution built anddelivered according to architecture in accordance with enterprisestandards for architecturedescriptions as reference during operation andmaintenance and as baseline for futurematuration of enterpriseA standard for architecture descriptions provides benefits through all phasesof SDLC. ISO 42010 is one such standard.Slide27 Robert Weisman 2009Slide 27

EA and Software EngineeringTOGAF 9PhaseMain EA Activities and DeliverablesISO 42010 DeliverablesPPreliminary Planning Framework and Governance AVision Vision Document including Roadmap Architectural Principles Functional, Information views (high-level)RRequirements ManagementN/AArchitecture Definition Functional, Information, Concurrency viewsArchitecture Transformation Transition Architectures Implementation and Migration Plan Development, Deployment, Operational viewsGArchitecture Implementation Governance Architectural Assessment Alignment ReportHArchitecture Change Management Architectural Assessment Alignment ReportB, C, DE, FSlide28List of stakeholders and concernsViewpoint / Perspectives LibraryViews : Perspectives mappingQuality review and/or governance modelSlide 28

Putting the Concepts TogetherSlide29Slide 29

Capability Based Planning inContextSlide 30

Management FrameworkRelationshipsCorporateStrategic PlanIdentifiesDirectsBusiness TransformationGoals, Objectives and Capabilities5 – itecture& PlanStructures(e.g. IT, HR)Manages & CreatesConsists ofConsists t/InitiativeContainsContains1 – 1.5years(OutcomeOriented)DirectsIdentifies,And re & PlanContainsBusiness PlanCoordinates& gementPortfolio/ProjectSlide g nfrastructureArchitectureManagement

LegendStrategic Plan(XXX)BusinessBusiness Plan(XXX)Drives 3.nOutputs(XXX)CapabilityFocus gicCapabilities(TOGAF ities(XXX)TargetCapabilities(TOGAF 9/XXX)Contain 1.nCapabilityIncrements(TOGAF 9)Reflected InAddressed InStructured InStrategicArchitecture Vision(TOGAF 9)Reference(Defined)Architecture(TOGAF 8)TransitionSolution TargetArchitecture(TOGAF 9)Basis For1.nBasis For1.nInitiative GroupingsLogical Activity GroupingIntegrated SolutionArchitecture DirectionPortfolioCharters(TOGAF 9)ProjectCharters(TOGAF 9)ProjectIncrementArchitecture(TOGAF 9)5-10 mentsRequirementsBusiness&IT lityContain 1.n3-5 YearFocusOne YearFocusSlide 32BaselineArchitecture(TOGAF 8)ModifiesImplementation& Migration Plan(TOGAF 8)Modifies1-3 ions

Organizational StructureSlide 33

Initiative SynchronizationCase Study– It All FitsIM/IT Plans/Enterprise ArchStrategicIM/IT VisionWritePlanStrategicIM/IT ArchIM/ITPrioritiesIM/IT CapabilityImplementation ScheduleUpdatePlanIM/IT Governance(Use Projects to Implement Scheduled Capabilities)Authority &ResourcesTo StartDefinition& InitialEstimateInitiateProjectAuthority &ResourcesTo PlanPlanDetailedPlan &CostingAuthority &ResourcesTo ExecuteStatusReportsExecuteProject Management FrameworkSlide seout

Integrating the ConceptsLevel of DetailEA FocusLevels ofAbstractionADM PhasesContextualPPConceptualALogicalB, C, DPhysicalE, FPhysical (Outof Context)OperationalSystemStrategyG, H(Projects)ITILProgramProjectArchitecture Building BlocksSolution Building BlocksExisting Services(Operational Building Blocks ?)(Baseline Architecture)Level ofDetail

A Repository to Support All ofGovernanceGovernanceDecision Support / AnalyticsRepositoryAs-IsServiceKnowledgeMgt SystemEvolvingPortfolioMgtSystemTargetEA

Concluding Material Enterprise Architecture cannot beindependent of other managementframeworks EA is an integrative framework that providesvalue for all elements of the enterprise TOGAF facilitates integration of the otherframeworksSlide 37 Robert Weisman / Build The Vision 2012Use with attribution

Instructor:Robert Weisman MSc, PEng, PMP CDRobert.weisman@buildthevision.caAdvanced Topics for TOGAF Integrated Management FrameworkQUESTIONS ?ROBERT WEISMANCEOBUILD THE VISION, INC.WWW.BUILDTHEVISION.CAEMAIL: ROBERT.WEISMAN@BUILDTHEVISION.CASlide38

ITIL V3 - Service Areas and Main Deliverables Service Strategy Service Design Service Transition Service Operation Continuous Service Improvement 1. Financial Mgt 2. Service Portfolio Mgt 3. Demand Mgt 1. Service Catalogue Mgt 2. Service Level Mgt 3. Capacity Mgt 4. Availability Mgt 5. IT Service Continuity Mgt 6. Information Security Mgt 7.

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