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- Enterprise Architecture: Guiding Principles.
- Enterprise Architecture: Establishing a supporting Framework
- Enterprise Architecture – why have one?
- Using the Enterprise Architecture to tell a story.
- Scope and Range
- Picking low hanging fruit: not the windfall it seems.
- Managing the Maturity of the Enterprise.
- Triggers of Business Change
- Over-sell, under-deliver!
- Enterprise Architecture – managing competing forces
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Albert Einstein is sometimes attributed to having said that “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.” As a counterpoint and with some deference to Occam’s razor ‘Nothing should more complex than is necessary.’ Enterprise Architecture is … Continue reading
Operating a business successfully entails the constant maintenance of a balancing act between competing influences. Establishing and subsequently maintaining the alignment with a defined business strategy requires a real understanding of the difference between what is wanted and what is … Continue reading