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Added by Giselle Della Mea on April 29, 2010 at 5:21am — No Comments
Long before farmers and ranchers had the machinery to make today's small rectangular or large round bales of hay, they made haystacks. The principles farmers employed to work together and make a good haystack also apply to organizational alignment. Strong organizational alignment in these four key areas is a matter of strategy and design and can drive better business results.
Common Objectives - Before the haying began, the boss gathered the crew and announced his…Continue
Added by Larry McManis on April 20, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Again, this post is written in German - the evaluator itself is English...…Continue
Having read this article on Modern Analyst, I am now interested in reading the book HOWEVER I have some concerns that the book's approach to modeling business architecture might not have the same impact it might if it were framed through the BMI Canvas.
Personally I'm looking for a way to take Alex' BMI Canvas from model to architecture-level detail(s) with benefits realization management (BRM) built into the diagramming.
Here's the article…Continue
Added by Kenneth McGrath on April 14, 2010 at 6:30pm — No Comments
Here you can find some basic ideas on business models in general. Unfortunately this post is written in German - feel free to…Continue
Added by Max Forcett on April 9, 2010 at 7:04am — No Comments
I have always had a soft spot for my friends who make their livings as "artists". I think they're very gutsy people and I admire the fact that they've abandoned the proverbial 9 to 5 to unleash their muse, chase their dream or live their symphony. In fact, I'm very much like them -…Continue