Strategy Execution

Consultants Saying Things About Business Architecture

In this episode, the Consultants Saying Things cast (Chris Lockhart, Phil Yanov, Oliver Cronk, and Whynde Kuehn), unpack business architecture including:
- What the heck IS Business Architecture anyway?
- How is it practiced? What are the methods and frameworks?
- What benefits does it provide? Who in the company should care?
- What are good examples of Business Architecture practice? What are bad ones?
- How does Business Architecture relate to Enterprise Architecture?
- How can you, yes YOU, get started in Business Architecture either as an employee in a company or as a consultant?
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The Strategy Execution Metanoia: A New Approach for Translating Strategy Into Action With Business Architecture

In today’s highly competitive business environment where constant change is the new normal, the imperative for unified business direction has never been more important. Yet all-too-many enterprises have siloed business practices. These isolated business units, product lines, or other organizational constructs hamstring strategic execution that in turn leads to sub-optimal customer experiences, expensive redundancy, increased time to market and reduced competitiveness. What if strategy execution were approached from an enterprise perspective instead of in silos? This essential white paper explores business architecture as a means to integrated business direction that is collectively architected, prioritized and planned from a business-driven, top-down approach. Original Publish Date: 30 April 2017
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Strategy Execution In A Changing World

This article, published by Whynde Kuehn in TalkMarkets, describes how organizations can build agility, resilience, and adaptability through better strategy execution, powered by business architecture.
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How to Turn Strategy into Reality

To survive and thrive, organizations must do change well. This article, published by Whynde Kuehn in Grit Daily, describes the key components of effective strategy execution.
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Strategy Execution: An Incomplete Component of Business Education

The MBA Roundtable and the Business Architecture Guild® developed a short survey designed to better understand how strategy execution is taught in business graduate programs.  This whitepaper by Dr. Brian Cameron and Whynde Kuehn discusses the findings and recommended next steps.
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Business Architecture and the Strategy Journey: Practicing the Art of Business Architecture and Its Role Within the Strategy Journey

In this installment of StraightTalk, we highlight 10 powerful takeaways from a conversation with Julie Choo, author of THE STRATEGY JOURNEY book, creator of THE STRATEGY JOURNEY Framework, and founder of the Stratability Academy, on how to practice the art of business architecture and how the discipline fits within the broader context of the strategy journey.
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Business Architecture and the Strategy Journey: A Fireside Chat With Julie Choo

Julie Choo, author of THE STRATEGY JOURNEY book, creator of THE STRATEGY JOURNEY Framework, and founder of the Stratability Academy joins long-time business architecture practitioner and global thought leader Whynde Kuehn for an in-depth video conversation on the art of business architecture and the intersection of the strategy journey.

Part 1: Meet Julie and a Journey in Career Evolution
Part 2: The Strategy Journey and the Value of Business Architecture
Part 3: Practicing the Art of Business Architecture
Part 4: Advice to Help Business Architects Succeed
Part 5: Advice for Executives on Leveraging Business Architecture
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Business Architecture and the Strategy Journey: A Fireside Chat With Julie Choo (Audio Version)

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Problem Solving With The Strategy Journey Framework

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