6 months, 13 days ago

Future Predictions for EA in the Next Decade

Research for your Journey to the Future In our everyday research, Gartner asks the question, “How can we help?” Gartner Predicts research asks the question, “Where will you need help tomorrow, and how will you make that journey?” In a recent research note concerning the future of enterprise architecture into 2020 and on to 2022, we […]

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7 months, 7 days ago

Strategy and Innovation Roadmapping Tools

Strategy and Innovation Roadmapping Tools are new to Many, Even if the Techniques are Known Gartner has recently released a Market Guide for Strategy and Innovation Roadmapping Tools. The Market Guide profiles tool providers that helps those seeking to visualize the change across many layers and different states of change: plans, in-flight efforts, and existing assets. Today, […]

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2 years, 19 days ago

Architexit: Purposely Failing in Order to Succeed

“You have to break a few eggs to make an omelette” was a saying I recall as a child. In my room I had a picture of Abraham Lincoln hanging up that listed all of his failures before he became the 16th President of the United States. Some things, and people, fail before they succeed […]

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2 years, 19 days ago

Architexit: Purposely Failing in Order to Succeed

“You have to break a few eggs to make an omelette” was a saying I recall as a child. In my room I had a picture of Abraham Lincoln hanging up that listed all of his failures before he became the 16th President of the United States. Some things, and people, fail before they succeed […]

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2 years, 20 days ago

Architexit: Brexit Planning During the “Phoney War”

Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott is a leading European constitutional law expert. She recently gave a speech at Chatham House outlining the legal requirements needed to realize Brexit. She noted that, in many respects, we are in the midst of the “phoney war.” The “phoney war” alludes to the eight-month period at the start of World War […]

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2 years, 20 days ago

Architexit: Brexit Planning During the “Phoney War”

Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott is a leading European constitutional law expert. She recently gave a speech at Chatham House outlining the legal requirements needed to realize Brexit. She noted that, in many respects, we are in the midst of the “phoney war.” The “phoney war” alludes to the eight-month period at the start of World War […]

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2 years, 26 days ago

Architexit: Brexit for Enterprise Architects

My most recent research on gartner.com (“Architexit: What Enterprise Architects Must Do in the Face of Brexit“) highlights how enterprise architects can help business and IT leaders plan, manage, and engage with disruptive forces; more specifically, it’s about Brexit. Forecasting the impact on existing assets, in-flight or planned projects in the face of Brexit will […]

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2 years, 26 days ago

Architexit: Brexit for Enterprise Architects

My most recent research on gartner.com (“Architexit: What Enterprise Architects Must Do in the Face of Brexit“) highlights how enterprise architects can help business and IT leaders plan, manage, and engage with disruptive forces; more specifically, it’s about Brexit. Forecasting the impact on existing assets, in-flight or planned projects in the face of Brexit will […]

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7 years, 9 months ago

Gaming, Visualization, Simulation and Optimization: A New Reality for Enterprise Architecture

  I think that the push for considering an alternative means to engage in EA is, indeed, already underway. In organizations who treat “people as strategy” (e.g., SEMCO, Whole Foods, HCL, Topcoder), wherein people are give broad self-directed control of creating and executing strategy in real time, the notion that one will “translate business vision […]

7 years, 9 months ago

Gaming, Visualization, Simulation and Optimization: A New Reality for Enterprise Architecture

  I think that the push for considering an alternative means to engage in EA is, indeed, already underway. In organizations who treat “people as strategy” (e.g., SEMCO, Whole Foods, HCL, Topcoder), wherein people are give broad self-directed control of creating and executing strategy in real time, the notion that one will “translate business vision […]

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7 years, 10 months ago

Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, 2010: Let’s Talk Enterprise Architecture

It’s Symposium season.  We actually began in South Africa at the end of August and in Brazil in September.  We continue this coming Sunday-Thursday in Orlando and then Cannes, France, Japan and Sydney, Australia, to conclude this years largest gathering of CIOs and IT leaders in the world.  For me, and my colleagues in enterprise […]

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7 years, 10 months ago

Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, 2010: Let’s Talk Enterprise Architecture

It’s Symposium season.  We actually began in South Africa at the end of August and in Brazil in September.  We continue this coming Sunday-Thursday in Orlando and then Cannes, France, Japan and Sydney, Australia, to conclude this years largest gathering of CIOs and IT leaders in the world.  For me, and my colleagues in enterprise […]

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