ArchiMate Diagram Example: Stakeholder

Description:

This ArchiMate diagram example models the stakeholders, the internal and external drivers for change, and the assessments (in terms of SWOT - strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) of these drivers. Also, the links to the initial (high-level) goals that address these concerns and assessments may be described. These goals form the basis for the requirements engineering process, including goal refinement, contribution and conflict analysis, and the derivation of requirements that realize the goals.

Use this ArchiMate diagram template as a starting point to create your own, or click Create Blank to start from scratch.

What is ArchiMate Diagram?

ArchiMate is an open and independent modeling language for Enterprise Architecture. It will complements with TOGAF, although it is not dependent on TOGAF. ArchiMate offers architects a notation methodology for describing, analyzing, and visualizing relationships among entities in business, data, application, and technology domains. ArchiMate can also be used to support other modeling languages, such as UML for software development and BPMN for business process modeling.

Why ArchiMate?

ArchiMate provides the capability for integrating different business domains (business, application, technology) using a set of lean notation. ArchiMate is an architecture language and visualization techniques that picture these domains and their relations. ArchiMate provides the architect with instruments that support and improve the architecture process. Furthermore, it is easy to learn and understand by both technical and business stakeholders.

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