Current EA meta-models describe in great detail the internals of the enterprise, but leave the environment in which the enterprise operates either totally out, or describe it in considerably less detailed way.
There are definitely some meta-models, for example Nick Malik's EBMM (contains Influencer) and new ArchiMate motivation extension (contains Driver), which try to deal with the (inconveniences) of outside world, but this is not that elaborate and structured, as these parts of meta-models which deal with inside world.
If we see the role of EA function as supporting the orientation of the enterprise according to John Boyd's OODA loop, there is need to have sufficiently good models for both representing and interpreting the environment, and representing and interpreting the enterprise itself.
We should add something similar to the dynamic financial analysis (DFA) models to the EA meta-models, to be able represent the impact of environment to the enterprise, as elements representing competition, markets, regulations, etc. (see for example A. Bergbauer, V. Chavez, T. Fischer, R. Perera, A. Roehrl, S. Schmiedl, Back to the future: Dynamic Financial Analysis (DFA) for decision making, 2004 (Fig. 3), or M. Eling, T. Partnitzke Dynamic Financial Analysis: Classification, Conception, and Implementation, 2005 (Fig. 2), or M. A. Taylor, Business Environment Model, 2013).