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19_ent_architect - Enterprise Architecting Professor...

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Enterprise Architecting Professor Deborah Nightingale November 21, 2005
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Expanding Enterprise Focus Manufacturing Success through Lean applied to enabling processes HR Success through enterprise integration to value Success through total enterprise of all stakeholders Industry Government Employees E V O L U T I N F A R P S H K G Success through networked enterprises Expanding the lean boundaries Suppliers Customers Partners Increasing Total Enterprise Effectiveness Functional lean successes Product Dev. Supplier Network “Islands” of Success interaction between functions IT, etc. Transition from waste minimization creation integration Suppliers ESD.61J / 16.852J: Integrating the Lean Enterprise © Deborah Nightingale, 2005 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Page 2
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The Challenge of Complex Enterprise Systems Growing complexity of technological systems Increasing complexity of interactions across the enterprise Need for a broad view of enterprises as systems ESD.61J / 16.852J: Integrating the Lean Enterprise © Deborah Nightingale, 2005 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Page 3
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Emerging Key Challenges Managing increasing technological complexity Designing collaborative networked enterprises Adapting to fast-changing external environment Coordinating across multiple interfaces MOVING FROM THE PAST TOWARDS THE FUTURE (vertically integrated) enterprises (networked) enterprises ESD.61J / 16.852J: Integrating the Lean Enterprise © Deborah Nightingale, 2005 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Page 4
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Integrated Enterprise Customer Product Development Supplier Network Product Support Finance, HR, IT, Legal, etc. .. Manufacturing Operations Organization Processes Technology Information Architecting approaches traditionally only look at a single dimension! ESD.61J / 16.852J: Integrating the Lean Enterprise © Deborah Nightingale, 2005 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Page 5
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Looking Ahead – We see Evolving Enterprise Scope Environment Finance/HR/IT Customer Supplier Network Product Development Product Support Manufacturing Operations Enterprise Shareholders Finance/HR/IT Customer Supplier Network Product Development Product Support Manufacturing Operations Enterprise Finance/HR/IT Customer Supplier Network Product Development Product Support Manufacturing Operations Enterprise Finance/HR/IT Customer Supplier Network Product Development Product Support Manufacturing Operations Enterprise Government Partners Finance/HR/IT Customer Supplier Network Product Development Product Support Manufacturing Operations Enterprise Finance/HR/IT Finance/HR/IT Customer Customer Supplier Network Supplier Network Product Development Product Development Product Support Product Support Manufacturing Operations Manufacturing Operations ESD.61J / 16.852J: Integrating the Lean Enterprise © Deborah Nightingale, 2005 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Page 6
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