Business Process Management / design patterns / expense / Financial Management relationships / financial setup / Generic / generic objects / management capability / management to transaction / motivational factors; benchmarking / offer / party / revenue / Risk / suppliers / universal objects

Zachman Framework and Myths


Myths in a Sea of truth We often tell ourselves this framework doesn’t work for reason x. My situations unique for reason “y”. My situation doesn’t allow me to acquire rows 1 and 2. Your okay; we have a highway analogy to guide you and your job will need to understand the way your organization … Continue reading

Data Quality / design patterns / Generic / generic objects / global / management capability / management to transaction / motivational factors; benchmarking / quality practitioners / Risk / Uncategorized / universal objects / Voice of the customer

Real World External Objective


Stakeholder Audience Real World is a discussion with your audience as follows; Board of Directors-Yes C-Level Executives-Yes Functional Managers-No Users-No Industry All Geographical By geographical region Prescribe using the “Buy Sell” boundaries to align appropriate local risk in higher controlled populations. What? The term Real World was introduced before and recently caught my attention as … Continue reading

ala carte / atomic / BPM Maturity Poll / Business Process Management / Data Quality / design patterns / Financial Management relationships / financial setup / Generic / generic objects / global / Item Transactional / management / management capability / management to transaction / master data / offer / party / Risk / suppliers / transaction / universal objects

A table with columns translates into a business process model with decisions


Purpose of this Article Transparency To increase visibility into the hard dependency on people, process and technology with a cross-functional and vertical industry view into what and when we must measure for internal and external performance measures. Truth Statement In order to measure performance we must understand the difference between documents and records.  On November … Continue reading