STREAMS Practitioner Pages

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The practitioner pages are "How-to" descriptions individual and group methods and techniques for systematically carrying out activities found in organizations practising Systems Thinking, Real Enterprise Architecture and Management Science.

Contents

Developing Understanding of (Real) Enterprise Architecture in an Organisation

Establishing An Effective Enterprise Architecture Practice

The First 100 Days

Identifying and Elliciting The Needs for Models

Baselining Architectural Models

Working With Programmes

Facilitating And Governing Projects

Establishing A Baseline of Standards, Strategies, Principles, Policies & Patterns

Recovering From An Earlier Failed Enterprise Architecture Programme

Developing An Existing Enterprise Architecture Practice

Developing The Team And The Self

Getting Good Engagement From "The Business"

Developing Good Relations With "The Business"

The Uses and Mis-uses of "The Framework"

Avoiding Being 'Sucked Into' Programme Or Project Management

Establishing A Positive Relationship with Solution Architecture

Establishing Architectural Governance

Developing An Effective Corporate Design Authority

Influencing Programmes - Aligning Blueprints

How to Manage a Programme

STREAMS recommends the application and use of the OGC Programme Management Methodology "Managing Successful Programmes"

This is further described on the APMG website here: [ https://apmg-international.com/product/msp | MSP ]

Analysing, Engaging and Representing Stakeholder Groups

Developing A Power-Influence Stakeholder Map

Developing a Stakeholder Communications Strategy and Plan

Representing Stakeholder Groups in Requirements Engineering

Developing Rich Pictures With Stakeholders

Conducting A Soft Systems Methodology Investigation and Learning Exercise

Conducting a Systems Analysis Boundary Critique

How to Manage a Project

There is no single best method, or methodology, for managing a project that is universally applicable and always effective and efficient. Rather there is a range of possible methods and temporary organisational structures, and delivery processes that may be effective in some circumstances.

How to Conduct a Gap Analysis

How to Conduct a SWOT Analysis