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Development of Measurement Items for the Institutionalization of Enterprise Architecture Management in Organizations

While elaborate enterprise architecture management (EAM) methods and models are at architects’ disposal, it remains an observable and critical challenge to actually anchor, i.e. institutionalize, EAM in the organization and among non-architects. Based on previous work outlining design factors for EAM in light of institutional theory, this work discusses the theoretical grounding of respective design factors and proposes measurement items for assessing the institutionalization of EAM in organizations. The work identifies measurement items for the factors legitimacy, efficiency, stakeholder multiplicity, organizational grounding, goal consistency, content creation, diffusion and trust, contributing to evaluate and inform EAM design from several, partially new perspectives.
   
Genre papier de conférence (English)
   
Projet A Design Theory for Architectural Coordination of Enterprise Transformations (ACET)
nom de la conférence 7th Workshop, TEAR 2012, and 5th Working Conference, PRET 2012 at The Open Group Conference 2012 (Barcelona)
date de la conférence 01-07-2012
title of proceedings Trends in Enterprise Architecture Research and Practice Driven Research on Enterprise Transformation
page(s) 268–283
volume / édition LNBIP 131
maison d'édition Springer (Berlin, Heidelberg)
ISBN 978-3-642-34162-5
Review Double-Blind Review
   
citation Weiss, S., & Winter, R. (2012). Development of Measurement Items for the Institutionalization of Enterprise Architecture Management in Organizations. In Aier, S., Ekstedt, M., Matthes, F., Proper, E., & Sanz, J. L. (Eds.), Trends in Enterprise Architecture Research and Practice Driven Research on Enterprise Transformation, LNBIP 131, pp.268–283. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer. - ISBN 978-3-642-34162-5.