The Open Group Capability Based Planning Project
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This project proposes to look into the area of Capability Based Planning (CBP). The team will investigate how CBP can be positioned in respect to other areas of business transformation (e.g. strategy design, enterprise architecture, operations management). The team will also investigate how ArchiMate can be used and possibly extended with capability modeling. If needed new concepts and viewpoints will be identified. Moreover, the positioning of CPB within the evolution of TOGAF will be studied.

Scope

The scope of the Projectís activities includes:

∑ Develop a vision of how to position CBP in relation to other business transformation topics
∑ Develop guidelines regarding the use of CBP
∑ Recommending concepts and viewpoints to extend ArchiMate with CBP modeling
∑ Recommending on positioning and usage of CPB within TOGAF

The complexity and volatility of todayís business environments challenge the ability of leaders to comprehend and shape them. In order to achieve strategic objectives, business and IT leaders increasingly rely on enterprise architects for comprehensible and credible analyses, solutions and roadmaps. The management of information security risk adds an additional dimension to this challenge, since these same leaders must carefully distinguish between what is urgent and what is important, between the sensation of risk and its logical and mathematical assessment, between actions that feel right and those that provide worthwhile protection. Statistics show that even as emerging and newly interconnected technologies constantly present new vulnerabilities and thriving hacker communities promptly exploit them, the vast majority of major security breaches occur because organizations do not comply with well-established standards and best practices.

The ArchiMate visual modelling language, particularly when used in the context of the comprehensive TOGAF architecture framework, has an important role to play here. By giving sponsors and implementers of information security controls a balanced view of threats, vulnerabilities, risks and options for mitigation, architects can motivate actions that protect organizations and their trading partners as well as consumers and the general public Architects can use and extend ArchiMate today to model important security-related information for a broad range of stakeholders, but the language includes no features specific to security.

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