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- Using the Enterprise Architecture to tell a story.
- Triggers of Business Change
- Enterprise Architecture: Supporting agility in decision making
- Enterprise Architecture: Balancing simplicity with complexity
- Behavioural Maturity
- Enterprise Architecture and the Brownfield business.
- Enterprise Architecture – Solving the jigsaw!
- Enterprise Architecture – A measure of success!
- Enterprise Architecture: Measuring its success.
- Enterprise Architecture: Managing the impact of change.
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Indecision in selecting which of a number of options is the best one to throw at a business problem or situation which demands a response can be rife when insufficient information is available to the person responsible for its making. … Continue reading
During the course of the life of a business there are many decisions that need to be made in response to drivers that influence the way in which the business will progress. How well and how timely the decisions are … 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
It would be naive to expect that when running a business that decisions would not need to be made. Situations are constantly arising that will require a response. To be able to reliably respond, appropriately and with some degree of … Continue reading