Reinventing Enterprise Architecture in a Digital World

February 2016


The practice of Enterprise Architecture (EA) creates one enterprise view of the operating model—synchronizing stakeholders and creating an organizational blueprint that charts the future of the business and drives strategic decision-making around investments, priorities and M&A. As digital proliferation accelerates, EA is now far more valuable to organizations—and more difficult—than ever before. EA approaches need to adapt for a digital economy, and bridge the gap between business strategy and execution. 

Capabilities Architecture Planning (CAP) is an end-to-end EA framework that bridges the strategy-execution gap for large scale transformation efforts. The framework is particularly well-suited for a digital climate based on its cross-functional approach and agile development processes.

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