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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.
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- 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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Understanding and acknowledging the capability of an enterprise to deliver satisfactorily its portfolio of goods and services to its customers, whether they be internal or external, is absolutely essential. Without sufficient insight, the spectre of over-promising and under-delivering, with all … Continue reading
Change is occurring more rapidly than traditional management paradigms are often able to accommodate. It could therefore be asked how business baselining aligns with the Agile principles that many businesses see a need to adopt. The truly Agile business can … Continue reading
Before progressing the business or making significant decisions affecting its future, it is essential that it be known both where it is and what is its real capability and capacity to making that progress. Using an analogy there little point in my planning on … Continue reading