Interconnects with Existing Frameworks

LEADing Practice works in layers and decomposes the objects through the layers. All our reference content can be (and already has been) connected to all the major existing frameworks, methods and approaches such as TOGAF, Zachman, FEAF, ITIL, Prince2, COBIT, DNEAF, etc.

This connectivity is seen as one of the great strengths of the LEADing Practice concept, and today our community of over +4600 certified LEAD practitioner's are not aware of any framework, method or approach that our reference content does not connect to and integrate with.

This makes our Enterprise Standards and Industry Standards very powerful  as they are both flexible, agile and highly customizable.

The following figure shows a table of the connection points to other frameworks, methods and approaches:

LEADing Practice integration with Enterprise Architecture Frameworks & Methods

LEADing Practice integration with Enterprise Architecture Frameworks & Methods

The following figure shows a table of the connection points to other process methods:

LEADing Practice integration with Process Methods

LEADing Practice integration with Process Methods

The following figure shows a table of the connection points to other common standards and methods:

LEADing Practice integration with common Standards & Methods

LEADing Practice integration with common Standards & Methods