Enterprise Transformation & Innovation Standards

Enterprise Transformation & Innovation Standards

The Enterprise Transformation & Innovation Standards are the result of international industry experts and academic consensus. The standards are both agnostic and vendor neutral and are built on repeatable patterns that can be reused and replicated, and thereby implemented by any organization, both large and small, regardless of its various enterprise transformation activities.

Drivers & Forces Modelling Reference Content - Competitive Forces

Example of how Drivers & Forces (both external and internal) affects and influences an organization.

Today, 72% of all IT projects fail to deliver on time, on budget and on value*. This represents economic and productivity losses of $3 trillion (4.7 % of global GDP) due to the lack of understanding of 1) the difference between transformation and innovation and 2) don't know where to start.**

We realize that organizations apply various transformation and innovation methods and approaches e.g. Change Management, LEAN, TQM, Zero Defect and Business Transformation & Innovation Enablement (BITE), etc. Therefore, we have ensured that all of our published Enterprise Transformation & Innovation Standards have a structured Way of Thinking, Working, Modelling, Implementation and Governance.

To ensure full integration with other methods and approaches within an organization, the enterprise transformation and innovation standards have an ontology and semantic concept built in that allows for the meta objects to be reused in the other enterprise standards as well as the industry standards.

This includes applying the various standards used within transformation:

  • Management Principles - to define the purpose and goals as well as to administer, govern and control the IT initiatives.
  • Engineering Principles - how and where it can or needs to be decomposed and composed together.
  • Modelling Principles - which design concepts can or should be applied.
  • Architecture Principles - which architecture rules apply and which artifacts and templates (e.g. maps, matrices and models) could or should be applied.
  • Information & Technology - that enables the automation and optimization of the organization.
LEADing Practice - Enterprise Engineering, Enterprise Modelling & Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Engineering, Enterprise Modelling & Enterprise Architecture

Creating the ability to "Align, Compare & Unify" different enterprise standards together as well as combine them with the industry standards (or vice versa) in combining the relevant aspect e.g. meta objects.

Developing a whole new concept of agile integration and standardization in the following 12 enterprise transformation disciplines and areas:

Please note that the Enterprise Transformation Standards are only open for the LEADing Practice community members, however, some material has been made publicly available for review purposes.

Our community consist of organizations applying our LEADing Practice Enterprise Standards e.g. practitioners, software vendors and academics. Being a community-driven open architecture and open standard access to all assets, templates, tools and artifacts is free for certified practitioners, thereby ensuring that modelling principles are applied correctly.

While it is free to join the community and no cost apply to the use of any community assets, the quality of the participating practitioners must be guaranteed, by being LEAD certified in the specific field of where they work. For organizations interested in applying LEADing Practices, we recommend contacting us and highlighting the objective and key challenges, whereafter a practitioner will be assigned to support you.

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*) McKinsey Oxford study 2012, Delivering IT projects on time, on budget and on value, representing economic and productivity losses of $3 trillion (4.7 % of global GDP) as 45% of budget run over budget, 7% are behind schedule and 56% deliver less functionality than predicted. Achieving at least $15 million in benefits, requires spending of $59 million.

**) Leading Practice Transformation & Innovation Research, 2011/2012. Scope: 1765 CEO´s and 2936 business leaders representing all major countries and industries.