2 years, 13 days ago

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2 years, 29 days ago

2015 Excellence in EA Awards: Call for Nominations

For IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

2015 Excellence in EA Awards: Share your EA accomplishments with the community!

Call for Nominations—The 2015 Excellence in Enterprise Architecture Awards 

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Zachman International, the Federated Enterprise Architecture Certification Institute (FEAC™), and 1105 Media and are pleased to announce the 13th Annual Excellence in Enterprise Architecture Awards, recognizing the impacts of Enterprise Architecture best practices on achieving efficiencies, greater effectiveness, transparency, increased collaboration or innovation in solutions to government mission outcomes. Nominations are encouraged from all types of enterprises in industry and all levels of government, including U.S. federal, state, and local government organizations, education, as well as successful industry, government and education programs outside the United States.

2 years, 29 days ago

2015 Excellence EA Awards: Call for Nominations

For IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

2015 Excellence EA Awards: Share your EA accomplishments with the community!

Call for Nominations—The 2015 Excellence in Enterprise Architecture Awards 

 ZI-Logo-Long FEAC Z email 

 

PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:
 1105 media

 

Zachman International, the Federated Enterprise Architecture Certification Institute (FEAC™), and 1105 Media and are pleased to announce the 13th Annual Excellence in Enterprise Architecture Awards, recognizing the impacts of Enterprise Architecture best practices on achieving efficiencies, greater effectiveness, transparency, increased collaboration or innovation in solutions to government mission outcomes. Nominations are encouraged from all types of enterprises in industry and all levels of government, including U.S. federal, state, and local government organizations, education, as well as successful industry, government and education programs outside the United States.

2 years, 5 months ago

Framework for Success – Survey

 

Assessing the State of Enterprise Architecture in the Industry

Zachman International® and the FEAC Institute® would like your contribution to our body of knowledge on the current state of EA in the enterprise. Government, private industry all professional input is welcome. No private information is being collected so responses are completely private and anonymous.

Feel free to share this link with fellow Enterprise Architects, Strategic Planners, Business Architects, Solution Architects. 

THANK YOU!

SURVEY

2 years, 6 months ago

A Historical Look at Enterprise Architecture with John Zachman – An Interview with The Open Group

 

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A Historical Look at Enterprise Architecture with John Zachman

An Open Group Blog

The following is copy of the Open Group’s interview tih John A. Zachman in prepraration for his tutorial on the synergy between The Zachman Framework™ and TOGAF® for The Open Goup – Enabling Boundaryless Information Flow Conference in San Diego – February 2-5, 2015.

By The Open Group

John Zachman’s Zachman Framework is widely recognized as the foundation and historical basis for Enterprise Architecture. On Tuesday, Feb. 3, during The Open Group’s San Diego 2015 event, Zachman will be giving the morning’s keynote address entitled “Zachman on the Zachman Framework and How it Complements TOGAF® and Other Frameworks.”

We recently spoke to Zachman in advance of the event about the origins of his framework, the state of Enterprise Architecture and the skills he believes EAs need today.

As a discipline, Enterprise Architecture is still fairly young. It began getting traction in the mid to late 1980s after John Zachman published an article describing a framework for information systems architectures in the IBM Systems Journal. Zachman said he lived to regret initially calling his framework “A Framework for Information Systems Architecture,” instead of “Enterprise Architecture” because the framework actually has nothing to do with information systems.