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- Enterprise Architecture: A definition and implementation checklist.
- Enterprise Architecture – Supporting Innovation
- Enterprise Architecture: Guiding Principles.
- Enterprise Architecture: Managing the impact of change.
- Enterprise Architecture and Agile development are not mutually exclusive.
- Behavioural Maturity
- Left or Right Brained Architects
- The case for Buy, Build, Augment or Reuse.
- Enterprise Architecture – managing competing forces
- Managing the Maturity of the Enterprise.
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In the ‘ideal world’ all business activity would be undertaken in a manner that moved the business closer to achieving its ‘vision’ in an efficient and most cost effective manner. Unfortunately, living in the ‘real world’, the truth falls far … Continue reading
When establishing a business architecture all of its components must be taken into consideration. Whilst it may be tempting to ignore technology as being out of scope (by saying it will be covered within a Technical Architecture) it is absolutely … Continue reading
In considering one of the techniques sometimes applied to candidates being interviewed for jobs I was struck by the similarity to the discipline used in building a good Business or Enterprise Architecture. In applying the SOARA technique the interviewer is … Continue reading
A person who is left-brained is often referred to as being more logical, analytical and objective than their right-brained counterpart who is regarded as being more intuitive, thoughtful and subjective. A question could be asked regarding the attributes that are … Continue reading
Business Architecture is neither the after-thought nor the financial overhead that many within an organisation regard it as being. Whereas it is widely accepted that the development of an Enterprise Architecture enables the efficient deployment of Information Technology the development … Continue reading