A group formed to to elicit ideas and attitudes about a specific product, service, or opportunity in an interactive group environment.
The participants share their impressions, preferences, and needs, guided by a moderator.
A business rule that places an obligation (or prohibition) on conduct, action, practice, or procedure; a business rule whose purpose is to shape (govern) day-to-day business activity. The design, structure, and behaviour of the current and future states of an enterprise to provide a common understanding of the organization.
It is used to align the enterprise’s strategic objectives and tactical demands.
It may be internal to an organization, or it may span several organizations.
A cross-functional group of individuals who are mandated to implement a change.
The design, structure, and behaviour of the current and future states of a structure in terms of its components, and the interaction between those components.
See also business architecture, enterprise architecture, and requirements architecture.
A commercial off-the-shelf solution may require some configuration to meet the specific needs of the enterprise.
An analysis model that develops the meaning of core concepts for a problem domain, defines their collective structure, and specifies the appropriate vocabulary needed to communicate about it consistently.