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"OMG: Modeling the Business. The Real Revolution". Richard Soley presentation at the BPM Forum 2013 in Milan introducing a day of Business Process Modeling with some thoughts about this change and the impact on both technology and business. In the ITC world, most of the focus on modeling has been on technical artifacts: software, configuration, test development, and so forth. In business analysis, most of the focus of modeling has been based on ambiguous, natural languages. These worlds are colliding now, with semantically-rich, precise descriptions of business models useful as the basis for detailed, exact business analysis, communications and metrics.
So What is IT s Mission? IT-‐led teams have consistently found new ways to streamline enterprise business processes, vastly improving operaLng eﬃciency and reducing costs. Corporate leaders, however, are raising the bar: they expect IT s core mission to expand from cost-‐cuSng to enabling revenue generaLon within a short period of Lme. – EIU, December 2006
According to recent CIO pollsfrom research firm Gartner Inc.,50% of CIOs surveyed said theynow have duties outside of coretechnology, such as helping tocraft corporate strategy.Wall Street Journal, 20 February 2007
IT Knows the Enterprise • Nobody knows the whole company like the CIO (André Mendes, Special Olympics) • Precise descripQons of business processes are a prerequisite to understanding those processes. • We understand business process opQmizaQon: streamlining processes, leaning processes, greening processes
IT IS the Enterprise « Business » should be doing enterprise architecture, but they won’t do it – so we have to do it for them. John Zachman
OMG s Focus • Three key infrastructure standards foci: – Modeling – Middleware – Real-‐Qme & other specialized systems • More than 20 verQcal market foci: – Healthcare – Financial services – RoboQcs – Etc. • Focused working groups – Business Architecture – Cloud CompuQng
OMG s Breadth of Standards • Besides key modeling, distributed compuQng & realQme/embedded standards, OMG develops standards in Healthcare Financial Services TelecommunicationsGovernment Military Logistics ManufacturingRobotics Systems Engineering Military CommsSmart Grid Automotive/Consumer Device Safety…constantly growing based on member demands
Some Examples • Cloud compuQng – Cofounded cloudstandards.org; focused on portable deployment to support many business models • Enterprise Architecture – DoDAF/MODAF architecture frameworks – Languages for interoperability • Military systems – Both communicaQons and C4I command/control • Civil Government – Electronic records management – Skills management • TelecommunicaQons, RoboQcs, Healthcare, Manufacturing, etc. • Soaware Quality
Enterprise IntegraQon? • Our job is mostly about managing complexity • Modeling languages are a powerful way to express integraQon in a way both technical people and business people can understand • IntegraQon has to be designed, and standard designs have always worked in other integraQon ﬁelds (mechanical, civil, electrical engineering & construcQon examples)