The Economic Benefits of Enterprise Architecture 

by Jaap Schekkerman

Chapter 1 - Enterprise Architecture in Context
Chapter 2 - What is Enterprise Architecture About?
Chapter 3 - Critical Success Factors for Enterprise Architectures
Chapter 4 - Enterprise Architecture - the panacea?
Chapter 5 - Enterprise Architecture Program and Validation
Chapter 6 - Extended Enterprise Environment
Chapter 7 - The Necessity to Align Business and IT
Chapter 8 - How to Measure the Economic Benefits of Enterprise Architecture
Chapter 9 - Enterprise Stakeholders & Viewpoints
Chapter 10 - The Enterprise Architecture Measurement Program & Framework
Chapter 11 - Cost & Benefit Analysis
Chapter 12 -Return of Investment (ROI)
Chapter 13 - Net Present Value
Chapter 14 - Activity Based Costing / Management
Chapter 15 - Benchmarking
Chapter 16 - Business Case
Chapter 17 - Capital Asset Plan and Business Case
Chapter 18 - Information Technology Investment Management (ITIM)
Chapter 19 - IT Innovations Benefits Measurement Framework
Chapter 20 - The Applied Information Economics (AIE) Method
Chapter 21 - The Information Productivity (IP) Index
Chapter 22 - The Six Sigma Approach
Chapter 23 - LMI's Approach on Quantifying the Economic Benefits of EA
Chapter 24 - The Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM)
Chapter 25 - Cost Benefit Analysis Method (CBAM)
Chapter 26 - The Economic Business View in (F)EA
Chapter 27 - EA Assessment Framework v1.5
Chapter 28 - Enterprise Value Management
Chapter 29 - Cost Accounting Concepts & Standards for the US Government 
Chapter 30 - US Government Performance & Results Act, 1993
Chapter 31 - Making Progress on Enterprise Architecture Efforts
Chapter 32 - Enterprise Architecture in US Government Can Be Improved
Chapter 33 - IFEAD's EA Survey; How are Organizations Progressing