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    Generalized Enterprise Function Framework  (GEFF)

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    ABODE™ business transformation methodology  founded on EA3.0

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    Enterprise Architecture 3.0 (EA3.0) - the third wave in Enterprise Architecture approaches

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    A3 KAM - Triple A(Architectural, Actionable and  Augmented) Knowledge Assets Management

Strategy Modeling tools

 

Tools to support Strategy to Capability

The following tools support the Strategy to Capability:

  •  Architecture Management
 
  • AAM/Capability Design  
designing the Capability according to the Strategy
  • AAM/Capability Management
managing, planning and developing Capabilities; connection to Information Planning
  • AAM/Capability Map
designing the Capability Map; connection to Knowledge Function Modeling
  • AAM/Principles Derivation
based on the Strategic Principles the Principles of each Architecture Domain are detailed on a high level

Tools to support Proposition Modeling

The following tools support the Proposition Modeling:

  • Marketing Management
 
  • AMM/Proposition Modeling
designing the Proposition Mode
  • AMM/Generating Proposition Apps    
generating the maintenance Apps for Proposition components
  • AMM/Generating KFM
generating the Knowledge Function Model based on
 
 
 
Strategic choice mapping on the Knowledge Function Model
 
Notification of counterproductive Value Creation on Knowledge Functions

Tools to support Conceptual Object Modeling

The following tools support the Proposition Modeling:

  • Object Modeling
 
  • AOM/Conceptual Modeling
designing the Conceptual Object Model
  • AOM/Business to Enterprise
mapping objects from Business (Logical model) to Enterprise (Conceptual model) Objects as specializations

Tools to support Knowledge Function Management

The following tools support the Knowledge Function Management:

 
  • AMM/Generating KFM 
generating the Knowledge Function Model
  • Enriching and Maintaining Actionable Knowledge
 
retrieving and storing Knowledge Functions
  • AFM/Function Modeling 
maintaining Actionable Knowledge components
  • Enriching and Maintaining Augmented Knowledge Functions
 
maintaining Augmented Knowledge components
  • Enriching and Maintaining Architectural Knowledge
 
 


Tools to support Interaction Modeling

The following tools support the Interaction Modeling:

 
 
  • APM/Process Modeling
modeling the Business Process and storing business Events and business Results in Interaction Model
  
 
  • AFI/Function details 
maintaining Messages as Information Events and Information Results in Interaction Model

Tools to support Service Delivery Modeling

The following tools support the Service Delivery Modeling:

  • Architecture Management
 
  • AAM/Service Delivery
designing the Business Service Delivery Model
  • AAM/Service Delivery/Patterns
recognizing Business Service Delivery patterns from initial request (Life Event) to actual results in business and information terms

Tools to support Competence and Culture Management

To derive the different competence and organizational culture requirements Enterprise Architects developed two different approaches. The following tools support the Competence and Culture Management:

  • Culture
 
survey tools to measure Organizational Culture change based on the Item Response Theory with which it is possible to ask different questions on every survey and measuring the outcomes on twelve cultural dimensions
an intervention methodology in which interventions are planned after measuring changes of the organizational culture on individuals, teams, groups and the organization as a whole
  • Competence
 
  • APM/Process Modeling 
during the modeling of Process Activities or Knowledge Functions the necessary competences to optimally fulfill the tasks in an efficient and effective way, become clear and can be registered
  • ACM/Competence Management
the collected competence registrations are used to support HRM in different ways. The first one is focusing on training the individuals and teams in learning the new competences, while the second one is focusing on selection of new employees.