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  1. TOGAF® Series Guide: Business Models

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It provides a basis for Enterprise Architects to understand and utilize business models, which describe the rationale of how an organization creates, delivers, and captures value.
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  2. TOGAF® Series Guide: Business Capabilities

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It looks to answer some important questions about what a business capability is and how it is being used to enhance business analysis and planning.
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  3. TOGAF® Series Guide: Architecture Project Management

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It provides Architecture Project Teams with an overall view and detailed guidance on what processes, tools, and techniques of PRINCE2® or PMBOK® can be applied alongside the TOGAF ADM for project planning, monitoring, and control.
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  4. TOGAF® Series Guide: A Practitioners’ Approach to Developing Enterprise Architecture Following the TOGAF® ADM

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It puts forward an approach to develop, maintain, and use an Enterprise Architecture that aligns to a set of requirements and expectations of the stakeholders and enables predictable value creation.
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  5. TOGAF® Series Guide: The TOGAF® Leader’s Guide to Establishing and Evolving an EA Capability

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It puts forward advice on establishing an Enterprise Architecture (EA) Capability that aligns to a set of requirements and expectations specific to each enterprise.
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  6. TOGAF® Series Guide: The TOGAF Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM): An Architected Approach to Boundaryless Information Flow™

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It addresses the TOGAF Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM) in terms of its concepts, an overview, and its detailed taxonomy.
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  7. TOGAF® Series Guide: Value Streams

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It addresses how to identify, define, model, and map a value stream to other key components of an enterprise’s Business Architecture.
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  8. TOGAF® Series Guide: Business Scenarios

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It describes the Business Scenarios method, which is a technique to validate, elaborate, and/or change the premise behind an architecture effort by understanding and documenting the key elements of a Business Scenario in successive iterations.
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  9. TOGAF® Series Guide: The TOGAF® Technical Reference Model (TRM)

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It describes the TOGAF Technical Reference Model (TRM), including the core taxonomy, graphical representation, and the detailed platform taxonomy.
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  10. TOGAF® Series Guide: Using the TOGAF® Framework to Define and Govern Service-Oriented Architectures

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It provides guidance on how the architect can use the TOGAF 9.1 standard to develop, manage, and govern Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).
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