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  • 4 Steps to Business Continuity After a Business Disaster

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    There are many things that can stall a business but the real question is how can a company successfully anticipate and recover from a business disaster?

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  • How Many Business Rules Does a Company Need?

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    The more business rules a company has, the more structure and consistency the company has. Yet too many rules can bog down a company. So how many business rules does a company really need?

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  • Understanding Business Rules

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    Business rules shape the company by providing the necessary guidelines and structure for a company to operate. They help establish standards across the organization so that the entire company are operating with the same set of expectations.

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  • Architect Your Business for the Future

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    Many business owners attempt to architect their company based on current knowledge and expectations. While this approach may address some of the business needs today, but what about the needs of tomorrow? Few businesses plan to close its doors after a short term run. Most companies want to grow by leaps and bounds but very few companies have architected their business framework to be in a position for growth or to withstand challenges.

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  • What can Business Architects Do for an Organization?

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    Some business leaders may come up with some brilliant ideas but often times, they lack the ability to successfully implement those ideas. Business Architects see the whole picture from the mile-high view down to the minute details. They know how all the pieces of the company fit together. They understand the relationships and expectations across the organization.

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  • A Lesson Learned From Japan’s Recent Tragedy – Invest in Infrastructure

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    In the 1980’s, Japan created policies (aka business rules) and procedures for high-rise building construction. Then tragedy struck. These buildings’ flexible framework swayed but remained standing during one of the largest earthquake in over a century. The business decisions that drove the engineering design saved many lives. Investing in business architecture and infrastructure should not be a lesson learned the hard way.

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  • Breaking Down the Business Silos

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    Does your company operate as one coordinated enterprise or as a collection of individual business silos? All too often, companies tend to operate as a series of segregated business areas more commonly known as business silos. Can this be effective?

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