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Tag Archives: Ontology
A business and the individuals within it could really benefit from extending the role ontology to cover all positions. The survey of advertised Australian roles previously discussed, revealed that the Project Management roles are just as fragmented as that of … Continue reading
It has been unfortunate that the term Enterprise Architect has been in many cases regarded as being more closely aligned to IT rather than the ‘whole of business’ as was originally intended. Supporting the ontology offered for discussion are the … Continue reading
Surveying current architecture roles in Australia reveals an explosion of numerous, confusing and frequently ambiguous job titles. Over a 30 day period a staggering 71 different job titles emerged with some probably being missed. Many of the roles advertised were … Continue reading