Today, I gave my talk at the Open Group conference that presents a step-by-step method for creating a core diagram that is useful for agile business. I will blog a series of posts on the topic to share this information to my friends and colleagues on the web.
I will create the following posts. As I do, I will come back and edit this post to provide a link. This post will stand as an introduction and table of contents to the topic.
I will post the following articles:
- What is a core diagram and what value does it provide?
- What are the high level steps to producing a core diagram?
- Who cares about a core diagram and what are the scenarios for use? What should be represented?
- What is Minimum Sufficient Business Integration (MSBI) and when should this method be used?
- Step-by-step instructions for the MSBI method and outputs produced
- Testing and Landing the core diagram in your business and governance processes
This will likely take a few days, and I’d like to take a few minutes to describe each of these topics. The talk lasted 45 minutes (at a wildly accelerated pace). I plan to provide a better, albeit slower, set of information for the folks who read this blog.
Nick Malik speaking at the Open Group conference, Jan 31, 2012, San Francisco
If you’d like to see the original presentation, see the following slideshare presentation:
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