Process Architect Role

The process architect role is the enterprise system architect role responsible for architecting the process architecture in support of the process manager role.

The process manager role uses the process architecture in support of process capability management of the process capability system.

The process architect role as a team member has inter-dependencies with other team members and what the others do. With the knowledge of how everyone fits in and the setting of expectations between everyone, the team will be a team and will be able to best utilize the talent of the individuals.

As shown in Figure 53 – Process Architect Concept Diagram, the process architect role has architecture responsibilities for

and is interconnected with and interdependent on the



PAFigure 53 – Process Architect Concept Diagram

EA Practitioners in the Process Architect Role

In practice, the process architect role can be divided by the specialty areas into the sub-roles of policy architect role, procedure architect role, roles architect role, workflow architect role, process improvement architect role and process management architect role.

When the process architect role is divided into sub-roles, the process architect role enables and assures these architectural roles are integrated in their efforts so their architectures integrate and with other architectures outside the process architecture.

It should be noted in practice, the process architect role is often fully or partially combined with the enterprise architect role or other architectural roles to provide an organizationally needed job (a “specialty”) to address special needs and other organizational needs and limitations of the organization.

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