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Design and Engineering for Situational Transformation

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abstract Enterprise architecture management (EAM) is an instrumental means to increase transparency, consistency, simplicity, flexibility (i.e. the ability to adjust), and/or ultimately agility (i.e. the ability to innovate/transform). With to-be architecture models as well as evolution guidelines being inherently prescriptive, EAM research is predominantly design-oriented. However, the design and engineering of prescriptive artefacts needs to consider the specifics of problem situations. Based on existing classifications for EAM approaches and for transformation project situations, the potential contributions of EAM in transformation projects are analyzed. Based on this overall analysis, a concrete transformation situation is selected and further analyzed. Cluster analysis of survey data is applied to identify impacts and design configurations as an exemplary problem analysis for the specification of EAM-enabled transformation.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
name of conference Practice-Driven Research on Enterprise Transformation (Delft, The Netherlands)
date of conference 01-06-2010
title of proceedings Practice-Driven Research on Enterprise Transformation
page(s) 1-16
volume / edition 69
publisher Springer (Berlin Heidelberg)
review not reviewed
   
citation Lahrmann, G., Winter, R., & Fischer, M. (2010). Design and Engineering for Situational Transformation. In Harmsen, F., Proper, E., Schalkwijk, F., Barjis, J., & Overbeek, S. (Eds.), Practice-Driven Research on Enterprise Transformation, 69, pp.1-16. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer.