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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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The decision to develop and implement an Enterprise Architecture within a business is often the harbinger of change. Driven perhaps by external competitive forces or by significant change in corporate strategy the Enterprise Architecture becomes a tool that supports business … Continue reading
Processes define how the business actually interacts with the world. Each process must have a valid purpose that assists with the delivery of the business strategy. Each process and its component parts will have an outcome that can be measured … Continue reading
The execution of change, whether in business or in everyday life, once accepted as inevitable, should be managed properly. Frequently, activities required to implement a change are delayed or postponed whilst other perhaps less arduous or simpler activities are undertaken. … Continue reading