Marlies van Steenbergen

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In this paper we introduce an architecture maturity model for the domain of enterprise architecture. The model differs from other existing models in that it departs from the standard 5-level approach. It distinguishes 18 factors, called key areas, which are relevant to developing an architectural practice. Each key area has its own maturity development path(More)
Maturity models are a well-known instrument to support the improvement of functional domains in IS, like software development or testing. In this paper we present a generic method for developing focus area maturity models based on both extensive industrial experience and scientific investigation. Focus area maturity models are distinguished from fixed-level(More)
Enterprise architecture is a young, but well-accepted discipline in information management. Establishing the effectiveness of an enterprise architecture practice, however, appears difficult. In this paper we introduce an Architecture Effectiveness Model (AEM) to express how enterprise architecture practices are meant to contribute to the business goals of(More)
This paper reports the ndings of a systematic review on the literature concerning the potential contribution of Enterprise Architecture (EA) to the achievement of various business goals. The review revealed the current state of the scientic and practitioner's literature concerning the potential benets of EA as describing 29 unique contexts within which EA(More)
With new developments such as cloud computing and SOA, integrating different applications is becoming increasingly important. We observed that many organizations have difficulties in the selection of a suitable application-integration solution. In this paper we present a method for the selection of enterprise application integration solutions. This method(More)