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Defining the Enterprise

Traditional enterprise design theory focuses on the impact information services and technologies have on corporate procedures. RGGA upends traditional design theory by defining an enterprise as a collaborative undertaking of internal organizations and external, interdependent participants.


RGGA's enterprise definition enables customers to identify required capabilities and each participant's role in developing the capabilities that create or sustain successful relationships between specific participants.


As the contributions of enterprise participants are defined, customers also identify objective measures that provide feedback on the key capabilities and the success of relationships between participants.


Programs and initiatives represent the final component of enterprise design. Initiatives foster participant relationships and ensure that capabilities are effectively leveraged across the enterprise.

Basic Concepts

Enterprise | Capabilities | Measures | Programs & Initiatives

Methods & Tools

Diagramming | Planning | Execution