Business-IT alignment can be achieved at various levels of maturity. Supposing that an organization has tried to achieve business-IT alignment, a question to face is: how is that organization going to know the level of maturity of its alignment situation in order to plan future ways of action? That organization will need a guide for determining the maturity of its business-IT alignment, and for evolving toward a culture of process improvement excellence. There have been some proposals for architecture alignment maturity models but these are oriented to single enterprises and do not incorporate the value viewpoint. In this research, we will study architecture processes in networked businesses and develop a maturity model for this that incorporates the value viewpoint.
|Publisher||Presses Universitaires de Namur|
|Conference||Proceedings of Workshops and Doctoral Consortium of the 18th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg|
|City||Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg|
|Period||1/06/06 → …|