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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
There will always more than one way to solve any given problem. How effective any given solution will be will depend on what information was used in the solution’s definition. An Enterprise Architecture can provide a repository of useful information … Continue reading
Maintaining a repository of lessons learned is a valuable tool when assessing the viability or advisability of a newly identified business initiative. Consequently being able to make an informed decision to proceed will provide a higher level of confidence that … Continue reading
Many businesses expend significant and increasing rare funds in creating documents supporting the design, development and implementation of initiatives that are expected to provide them with real benefit. How many of these same businesses are able to describe the both … Continue reading