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All businesses are dynamic in so far as they need to respond to change drivers. How they respond is very much dependent on how well they know their business and its inter-dependencies. It is very well accepted that the change … 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
Change, within a business context, is inherently cyclic in nature. Undertaking change for change’s sake is not something that would normally be expected to occur. The trigger for a change event is the identification within the business that there is … Continue reading