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The LEADing Practice Reference Content wallpapers are designed as a hands-on modelling template that guides the practitioner in a step-by-step how to:

  1. identify and relate the right LEAD objects and artifacts in a way of thinking, way of working and way of modelling across business-, application- and technology layers;
  2. apply the LEAD methods and to structure the practitioner’s way of working in specific area with supporting techniques, tools, principles, rules, procedures and practices;
  3. link strategy, business models, reporting, process and services with information architecture, data architecture, platform architecture and infrastructure architecture; and
  4. model from the perpsective of roles.

Our recent LEADing Practice Reference Content hands-on modelling templates are available as downloads. The posters are often requested as real-size posters for office decorations and as project work tools. To order a real-size poster for your offices or teams, please use our contact form.

DOWNLOAD THE LEADING PRACTICE FRAMEWORK CONCEPTS

LEADing Practice Framework Concepts

LEADing Practice Framework Concepts

DOWNLOAD THE LEADING PRACTICE ENTERPRISE MODELLING & ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE ARTIFACTS

LEADing Practice Enterprise Modelling & Enterprise Architecture Artifacts

LEADing Practice Enterprise Modelling & Enterprise Architecture Artifacts

DOWNLOAD THE LEADING PRACTICE VALUE REFERENCE FRAMEWORK

LEADing Practice Value Reference Framework

LEADing Practice Value Reference Framework

DOWNLOAD THE LEADING PRACTICE SERVICE REFERENCE FRAMEWORK

LEADing Practice Service Reference Framework

LEADing Practice Service Reference Framework

DOWNLOAD THE LEADING PRACTICE PROCESS REFERENCE

LEADing Practice Process Reference Content

LEADing Practice Process Reference Content

DOWNLOAD THE LEADING PRACTICE MATURITY REFERENCE METHOD

LEADing Practice Maturity Reference Method

LEADing Practice Maturity Reference Method

DOWNLOAD THE LEADING PRACTICE ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE SKILLS MAPPING

LEADing Practice Enterprise Architecture Skills Mapping

LEADing Practice Enterprise Architecture Skills Mapping

DOWNLOAD THE LEADING PRACTICE ENTERPRISE MODELLING SKILLS MAPPING

LEADing Practice Enterprise Modelling Skills Mapping

LEADing Practice Enterprise Modelling Skills Mapping

Hands-on Modelling Documentation

LEADing Practice Business, Information & Data Object ModellingLEADing Practice Business, Information & Data Object Modelling
Enterprise Modelling Reference Content
Excerpt from this documentation: Within LEAD, the Way of Working with objects requires the expert or architect to identify if the item of interest is a business, information and/or a data object. Identifying and classifying the different objects e.g. business, information and/or data is not always easy, as a process and/or service model as well as the execution and realization of them into application software solutions, is quite complex information about the organization, roles, rules, compliance aspects as well as business and information flow.

LEADing Practice eXtended BPMNLEADing Practice eXtended BPMN
Business Process Reference Content
Excerpt from this documentation: This paper describes the results of research that was conducted by of the Global University Alliance as they worked toward the formulation of a set of Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture principles. This work has led to the development of a new breed of process modelling capabilities that are collectively known as eXtended Business Process Model and Notation (X-BPMN). The notational extensions defined by X-BPMN X-BPMN has been developed into a LEADing Practice standard. To truly understand the significance and need for this work, a brief historical perspective is included in the document.

LEADing Practice Process ClassificationLEADing Practice Process Classification
Business Process Reference Content
Excerpt from this documentation: Not all processes are created equal. Some processes are of significant strategic value and therefore of great importance to the organization. Other processes, while they must be done, offer nothing of particular significance to the business. At the same time, some processes are simple, highly repeatable, and involve the same transactional and transformation work which can be done over and over again; others are more complex or dynamic, involved in cases where the rules either are not clear, are chaotic, or subject to dynamic change. Understanding the nature and importance of processes is therefore central to effective process management and the basis to develop a process architecture.

LEAD 4.0 Meta Object Taxonomy

LEAD 4.0 Meta Object & Artifacts