The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF®) and Portfolio Management both promise to bring structure and direction to complex and fast-moving organisational environments: the TOGAF framework for the enterprise as a whole and Portfolio Management to the enterprise project world. If not done effectively, both can end up worsening the problems that they were intended to solve.
However, given their similar goals, it can be very beneficial to pair some components of the two. Pay particular consideration to the TOGAF framework’s Architecture Development Method phases, the capability-based approach to planning, and the architecture repository that the TOGAF framework builds over time. These can all help portfolio management organisations more clearly identify which projects they should launch to move the organisation forward and which systems and business areas are impacted by the work they do.
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