Business Architecture: An Enabler to Achieving the SDGs

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December 11, 2020

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January 14, 2021

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This article describes the benefits of contribut­ing to the SDGs and explores how business architecture can help organizations identify ways to contribute to them — and measure the impact in doing so. It also explores how we can leverage business architecture across individuals and organizations, bringing them together for the greater good.

The United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the growing urgency of achieving them have become increasingly recognized by people from all perspectives and sectors, going beyond the realm of governments and specialized non-profit organizations. The responsibility to contribute — and the new possibilities for doing so in our digital and connected world — have begun to resonate with more and more individuals and organizations. However, determining involvement level and how to measure results can be over­whelming.

This article describes the benefits of contribut­ing to the SDGs and explores how business architecture can help organizations identify ways to contribute to them — and measure the impact in doing so. It also explores how we can leverage business architecture across individuals and organizations, bringing them together for the greater good.

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