PETF is one component of
Enterprise Family of Frameworks).
Pragmatic Enterprise Transformation Framework)
set’s this context for the people involved in
see how they fit into the transformation story and
how the work they do relates to those around them.
Be they the CxO’s, Directors, VP’s, Executive
Management, Business Managers, Project Managers,
Business Analysts, Enterprise Architects, Solution
Architects, Business Trainers, Application
Architects, Business Experts, Designers or
the Transformation of Operations, but the
Transformation of Transformation, to better enable
the Transformation of Operations.
Which frameworks an Enterprise wishes to use for
Transformation is dependant upon many things and is
likely to be different from Enterprise to
Enterprise. What is suggested is that whatever
frameworks are chosen, they need to fit into the
Pragmatic supplies two frameworks within the context
of the Transformation of Enterprises: -
The Pragmatic Enterprise Architecture
The Pragmatic Enterprise Project
only constant is change! This has been the battle
cry for many years but things are hotting up. Just
being able to deal with change is no longer enough.
The battle cry for the 21st century is The only
constant is the acceleration of change.
an Enterprise effects Transformation is becoming a
Strategic Strength (and/or a Strategic Weakness)
where real strategic business opportunities can be
gained or real strategic business problems will
exploit these opportunities and reduce these
problems, Enterprises must: -
EVALUATE their current level of maturity,
to determine whether time and money should be
their maturity by determining how
they wish to change and to secure the mandate
and budget required, in order to…
their Methods, Artefacts,
Environment & Culture to attain the increase in
To do this they must adopt an environment that
allows and guides an increase in the maturity of
Transformation, guiding Transformation to happen in
more holistic and coherent and Pragmatic fashion.
Connecting all phases of transformation from
strategic intent down to physically deployed change.