Tag Archives: Enterprise Architecture

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I have now published my book ‘Enterprise Architecture: unlocking business potential’. This publication came about more by accident than design having being encouraged to take the more or less numerous random entries I had made in ‘The Knowledge Economy’ blog … Continue reading

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Enterprise Architecture: Unlocking business potential.

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

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Enterprise Architecture and Agile development are not mutually exclusive.

Business driven Agile development is achieved by Breaking tasks into small increments; Applying only the minimum of planning. Iterating over short time frames (timeboxes). Involving a cross functional team working in all Software Development LifeCycle functions. At the conclusion of … Continue reading

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Enterprise Architecture: It is not an overhead

Many members of a business community with access to an Enterprise Architecture see it as an overhead that ‘gets in the way’ of them ‘doing their job. As an overhead it is seen as something apart from their ‘Business As … Continue reading

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Enterprise Architecture: Transitioning from Goals to Outcomes and Capabilities to Services

To succeed, a business needs to transition its goals into beneficial outcomes. Goals, in being realised, need to be supported by business capability which describes what a business is able to do and services which leverage combined capabilities to define … Continue reading

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