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All businesses, ranging from the ‘one man show’ through to multinationals and governments, can succeed or fail on the back of the decisions that they are constantly on call to deliver. The quality of the decisions that are made has … Continue reading
When establishing a repository of Business Knowledge much effort is often placed into the design and population of an Enterprise Architecture. Whilst there is significant value in doing so a key business asset is often either overlooked or underestimated in … Continue reading
With the availability of a well-populated Enterprise Architecture the opportunity of developing the narrative in support of delivering on a Business Strategy is greatly enhanced. With the ability to establish line of site visibility from strategy through to execution a … Continue reading