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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.
- Behavioural Maturity
- 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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Any business containing more than two people may find it necessary at times to engage in an organisational restructure. The perceived need to do so can spring from multiple sources: Poor financial performance, Changing market conditions, Mergers or acquisitions, Business … 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
It is extremely tempting when designing the framework supporting an Enterprise Architecture to embed functionality that requires the inclusion of so much detail that it makes its application within the business nonviable. An Enterprise Architecture, when used effectively, supports the … Continue reading