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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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With any initiative that is offered for consideration, within a business, for inclusion within a program of work it is very easy to oversell the benefits that it can deliver and the ‘ease by which it may be accomplished. Often, … Continue reading
Business benefit can be manifest in many different ways. Whilst easy to equate benefit with profit and loss, there are other measures that can and should be applied. An unreasoned over-emphasis on finances can be detrimental. For many organisations the … Continue reading
An Enterprise Architecture, by the time is becomes useful to the business, has consumed considerable time and effort to develop and populate. Often the principle deliverable of an Enterprise Architecture specific or Transformation Project the transition to a ‘Business As … 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
A complete Enterprise Architecture that effectively supports the business cannot be purchased as a fully realisable off-the-shelf commodity. This statement should of course be qualified by at least considering the possibility of acquiring a hypothetical ‘business-in-a-box’ with everything already defined … Continue reading