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Enterprise Architecture – Navigating the Business

To manage a business effectively it is essential that decisions makers know Where the business is going? Why it is going there? How it will get there? How well it is travelling? What  risks, constraints and external influences need to … Continue reading

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Enterprise Architecture – A tool of trade!

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

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Enterprise Architecture: A tool to use not a document to file.

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

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Enterprise Architecture: Supporting agility in decision making

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

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IT is part of the Business

There seems to be a constant tension between ‘the business’ and ‘IT’. This tension may be evident through the business making comments such as ‘we don’t trust IT’ or ‘IT is always doing its own thing’. IT on the other … Continue reading

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