Nterprise Architecture: Develop Organizational Model of Positions, Functions, and Roles
For Action Item 2 below, the following definitions are applicable:
Positions: Titles attached to persons in the organization. Example: Vice President of Operations
Functions: Formal responsibilities associated with a position in an organization Examples:
Oversees daily operational functions of the organization
Prepares annual budget for all operational functions of the organization
Maintain fiscal responsibility regarding current budget
Keep President informed of all matters impacting the proper functioning of the President.
Roles: Formal and informal functions within the organization not specifically associated with a particular position. Examples:
Organizer of department social events
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Based on your research and readings to date, and in anticipation of upcoming assignments, build a fictitious organizational model that will form the foundation for your Enterprise Information Systems Architecture (EISA). This is the first effort in a series of projects designed to have you articulate an EISA model and business strategy.
In a four-page paper, develop an organization model that depicts key positions, functions and roles for a company or organization.
For each position, function and role, provide a written description including appropriate background and experience.
Use an organization chart to describe the hierarchy of your business.