Business Architecture Frameworks Videos

On Developing Business Architectures: A Multi-Framework Evaluation of an Early Stage Enterprise

About the Presentation

This presentation examines the efficiency and effectiveness of using multiple frameworks to analyze an early stage enterprise within the medical technology industry, Lentesco Luminarium. The company faces a critical choice between two growth strategies: vertical penetration within existing modalities or horizontal growth into new modalities, so Montoya will explore what tools might inform and guide the executive team to make the right decision for Lentesco’s particular industry, maturity, and size. In addition to the standard Lean Advancement Initiative suite of tools, he uses Nightingale and Rhodes’ eight Enterprise Architecture views, Kaplan’s Balanced Scorecard, Piepenbrock’s Evolution of Business Ecosystems, McKinsey’s 7S framework, and Grave’s Spiral Dynamics. He concludes that Lentesco needs to improve transparency and communication, and he suggests the use of the McKinsey 7S framework to put concepts into perspective as simply as possible. For a multiple perspective evaluation, he suggests the EA 8 Views framework.

About the Speaker

Mario Montoya joined MIT’s System Design and Management Program (SDM) in 2009, where he conducted research on an early stage enterprise as a part of two class projects and his master’s thesis. After graduating from MIT with an MS in Engineering and Management, Mario joined the business development group at OmniGuide, Inc. to assess and develop new markets for their technology. Prior to OmniGuide, Mario participated in the development and manufacture of aerospace composites for various primes such as Honeywell, Boeing, and Rolls-Royce at Texas Composite, Inc. He holds a BS in mechanical engineering from MIT.

Leave a Comment

Get the BPI Web Feed

Using the HTML code below, you can display this Business Process Incubator page content with the current filter and sorting inside your web site for FREE.

Copy/Paste this code in your website html code:

<iframe src="" frameborder="0" scrolling="auto" width="100%" height="700">

Customizing your BPI Web Feed

You can click on the Get the BPI Web Feed link on any of our page to create the best possible feed for your site. Here are a few tips to customize your BPI Web Feed.

Customizing the Content Filter
On any page, you can add filter criteria using the MORE FILTERS interface:

Customizing the Content Filter

Customizing the Content Sorting
Clicking on the sorting options will also change the way your BPI Web Feed will be ordered on your site:

Get the BPI Web Feed

Some integration examples