2022 UAF Summit: Architecture-based Portfolio Management Using UAF
James Martin (The Aerospace Corporation)
About this talk
Abstract: Capabilities, the lifeblood of an enterprise, can be managed effectively using portfolio management techniques. Capability roadmaps are commonly used to manage the deployment of new and improved capabilities to address key drivers and challenges that the enterprise faces. This presentation demonstrates how MBSE can enhance an organization’s ability to plan for capability deployments, as well as the ability to more effectively manage its portfolios of facilities, people, processes, services, systems, technologies and other key enablers for the fielded capabilities. Specific enterprise modeling elements that can facilitate capability planning and portfolio management are also described. These new modeling elements are being incorporated into the next UAF update.
Bio: James N Martin is the INCOSE representative to the UAF Revision Task Force with OMG and was lead editor for the ISO 42020 standard on Architecture Processes. He is an Enterprise Architect and a Principal Systems Engineer at The Aerospace Corporation developing solutions for information systems and space system enterprises. He was a key author on the BKCASE project in development of Enterprise Systems Engineering articles for the SE Body of Knowledge (SEBOK). Dr. Martin led the working group responsible for developing ANSI/EIA 632, a US national standard that defined the processes for engineering a system. He previously worked for Raytheon Systems Company and AT&T Bell Labs on airborne and underwater systems and on communication systems. His book, Systems Engineering Guidebook, was published by CRC Press in 1996. Dr. Martin is an INCOSE Fellow and was leader of the Standards Technical Committee. He was founder and was until recently leader of the Systems Science Working Group. He received from INCOSE the Founders Award for his long and distinguished achievements in the field.
The Object Management Group® (OMG®) is an international, open membership, not-for-profit technology standards consortium. Founded in 1989, OMG standards are driven by vendors, end-users, academic institutions, and government agencies.…