I've seen many business transformation efforts over the years; some more successful than others.
The more successful transformation efforts were those that considered the people, processes, and technology involved in the change - not just the people as is often the case in "organizational" change management, not just the processes as is often the case in business process improvement initiatives, and not just the technology as is the case most of the time.
In order to take what I consider an enterprise-view of transformation, I contend that you need business architecture and organizational change management; and you need a business architect running your organizational change management program."
My recent article: http://www.bpminstitute.org/articles/article/article/the-role-of-busines...
Has anyone seen a successful business transformation without BA, without OCM, and without a Business Architect running the show? If you believe business transformation is possible without all of the above, please tell me how?