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Before engaging in business change, there is a need to understand where and how the business is situated. Executing change without this understanding can result in unintended and perhaps disastrous consequences. When renovating an older property, It is rare that … Continue reading
All businesses, in responding to change drivers will require some modification to the business and technology landscape in which they operate. Whether change occurs through the introduction of some initiative intended to develop new or improve existing services or because … Continue reading
There are likely to be times when a business will engage in some activity or make a product acquisition which, in hindsight, would prove to be less than beneficial. Perhaps in the enthusiasm generated through a vendor’s sales process the … Continue reading
Having spent time and effort in populating an Enterprise Architecture its true value can now be realised in its use. The Enterprise Architecture, being a tool that provides visibility of the business, providing ‘line of sight‘ between strategy and execution, … Continue reading
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