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Business architects are pivotal in aligning strategic goals with organizational, and operational tactics. Their responsibilities, while varying depending on the organization’s size and structure, typically include:
Given the strategic and multifaceted nature of their role, business architects need a broad set of skills and competencies, including:
The role of the business architect has evolved significantly over the years. Initially, business architects were often associated with IT, focusing on aligning technology infrastructure with business needs. However, as organizations recognized the need for a more comprehensive approach to aligning strategy with execution, the role of the business architect expanded.
Today, business architects play a strategic role, working closely with senior executives to define and implement the business strategy. As a result, they have a broad view of the organization, encompassing not just technology but also business processes, organizational structures, and strategic goals.
The role of the business architect will likely continue to grow as organizations face increasingly complex business environments and the need for effective business architecture becomes ever more critical. As a result, the role is evolving towards a strategic leadership position, with business architects playing an integral role in shaping the organization’s future direction.
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