Tag Archives: TOM

Value chains, IT4IT and reference models

I have recently had a most rewarding exchange with Mark Smalley, who is part of a group working on IT4IT (this includes an information architecture to help IT tools interact with each other and a reference model – “an IT … Continue reading

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Value chain maps or capability maps?

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Operating model diagrams

Not many people write simply about a subject like operating models.   So I am reproducing here a blog by Jonathan Hammond of Knadel.  Jonathan does a great job of demistifying the task of generating a good diagram of your operating … Continue reading

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Tips for designing target operating models

This video describes six tips to help you with designing operating models.   I think you will get more from reading the blogs in this blog than from watching the video,  but if you prefer the human touch, the video will … Continue reading

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