Enterprise or Business Operating model - Is the abstract representation of how an organisation operates across process, organisation and technology domains in order to accomplish its function.
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We have a vision of how our leadership views the future through the delivery of value our company creates.
We have a mission that frames how our organisation will satisfy customers to realise that vision through long-term capture of value.
Business strategy and priorities change frequently based on external factors.
Operating model provides the foundation and flexibility required to execute the firm's initiatives.
Describes relationship between business operating units decision and process flow for the units.
Describes how an organisation operates across both business and technology domains.
Describes what is important for the organisation.
Describes how the organisation does business today.
Describes how the business co-operates across its business units.
The problem (the business perspective) if you can answer yes to any of the following questions then you needs a business operating model.
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