4 years, 9 months ago

A Mind Map with Tips on how to Succeed on the TOGAF Level 2 Certified Exam

Having personally trained thousands of students to learn Enterprise Architecture through TOGAF, I have used Mind Mapping a lot to succinctly capture key points about important topics. Below is a

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4 years, 9 months ago

From Last Week’s Open Group Conference: Always-On Services for Consumer Web, Mobile and the Internet of Things

How can organizations create the back-end services used by applications that consumers expect to work all the time when the underlying systems of record are not designed for consumer-facing availability,

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4 years, 9 months ago

From Last Week’s Open Group Conference: Effective Strategy Execution with Capability-Based Planning, Enterprise Architecture, and Portfolio Management

Executing a great strategy requires a careful look at the current state of an organization and the changes in structure, motivation and function required for strategy execution. Once architects characterize

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4 years, 9 months ago

Newly Updated: Using the TOGAF 9.1 Framework with the ArchiMate Modeling Language

Drive strategic change with the predominant EA framework and visual modeling language. This Open Group White Paper has just been updated to reflect the latest standards. EAPJ Editor Iver Band

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4 years, 11 months ago

Apple Pay on London Tube Promises to Accelerate Contactless Transit Payment Adoption

Today (June 8), Apple announced at its developer’s conference that the London Underground would add Apple Pay, Apple’s contactless payment system, to the contactless methods Transport for London already allows.

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5 years, 1 month ago

Tripling the Odds of Transformation Success: A Critical Role for Business Architecture

McKinsey & Company reports that implementing a set of 24 best practices for “communicating, leading by example, engaging employees, and continuously improving” increases the odds of organizational transformation success from

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