by Siddesh Mahadik
This presentation will focus on how the business architecture function, evolved the Business Capability Model (BCM). Working closely with different business change and information technology groups, business architecture leveraged the model to establish a target state view and to conduct design reviews. The session will focus on conducting design reviews and showcase how modeling added value in other areas including cost governance and strategy, which are not strictly design related. We will describe the issues and challenges that existed prior to the BCM, how we evolved the BCM and the frameworks that supported it over a period of four years, and then showcase several use cases in which it was used for traditional as well as new and innovative purposes that solved several different problems within the bank.