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Achieving an acceptable outcome from any initiative within a business is fraught with obstacles. Achieving an acceptable balance between the dimensions (below) is essential when establishing a plan to execute. Scope: What does the initiative cover; what are its requirements; … Continue reading
Attempting to ‘Boil the Ocean’ is a term that springs to mind when reflecting on many of the Enterprise Architecture endeavours I have seen undertaken over the years. Whilst the end goals were laudable the ability to actually reach them … Continue reading
Having access to a searchable and actively maintained knowledge repository provides businesses with a valuable tool when exploring possible initiatives. The ability to rapidly define both the scope of an initiative and its range assists in the tasks of prioritisation, … Continue reading