First, we heard from Myreas about Enterprise Architecture Mapping, and how it is a ‘strategic licence’ to operate. Next, with the real-life example of mateco, we explored the practicalities of using both differentiating and standard capabilities in a decentralised organisation. Finally, through the KBC user story, we gained an understanding of how to derive actionable insights, as well as discovering possible challenges, from the Enterprise Architecture Mapping journey.

Presentations are available for Beltug members after log in:

  • Myreas presentations: Enterprise Architecture’s ‘What, Why and How’
  • mateco user story: Enterprise Architecture Mapping in a decentralised organisation
  • KBC user story: KBC’s continued journey with Enterprise Architecture Mapping