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IIBA.org Professional Development Knowledge Centre The Value of Business Analysis in Business Architecture
Business architecture models the enterprise to show how strategic concerns of key stakeholders are met and to support ongoing business transformation efforts. Analytical thinking applied holistically at an enterprise level allows us to align business operations and supporting systems to ensure strategic priorities are met through tactical execution.
 
By providing key knowledge and insights about the various components of the enterprise, business architecture provides the structural framework to ensure effective alignment and transformation as your enterprise successfully navigates today’s complex business environment. 
 
Applying effective business analysis practices will allow you to efficiently develop and leverage your enterprise’s business architecture. A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®Guide) v3 provides a perspective on business architecture which highlights the unique characteristics of business analysis when practiced in the context of business architecture.
 
For more insight on the role of business analysis in business architecture view the recent Expert Panel and Q&A webinar on-demand.