10 years, 2 months ago

A week in Tweets: 21-27 November 2010

Almost caught up with the backlog: another week’s-worth of Tweets and links, usual categories, after the usual ‘Read more…’ link:

Enterprise-architecture, business-architecture, business-strategy, innovation and other business-type stuff:

thoughttrans: RT @ThisIsSethsBlog Seth’s Blog: Groping for a marketing solution: TSA and security theater http://bit.ly/9P5fVx <agree: time for a serious rethink #bizarch
vernaallee: RT @Gartner_inc: Gartner Identifies Four Converging Trends […]

10 years, 2 months ago

A week in Tweets: 14-20 November 2010

Still somewhat in catch-up, so here’s another somewhat-late collection of Tweets and links – usual categories, after the usual ‘Read more…’ link.

Enterprise-architecture, business-architecture, business-strategy and all manner of business-related stuff:

oscarberg: RT @dcarli: Investors Don’t Care About Sustainability… Yet Accenture’s recent study w/ the U.N. confirms that CEOs do http://www.bit.ly/aH5dfg <important for #entarch – another side […]

10 years, 2 months ago

Unpacking business-architecture

Just posted on Slideshare my slidedeck ‘Unpacking Business-Architecture‘, from the Biner/OpenGroup enterprise-architecture conference in Stockholm earlier this week.
It also represented the first fully public outing for the Enterprise Canvas model, and, in effect, the launch for my latest book, Mapping the Enterprise, which focusses on the Enterprise Canvas.
Unpacking business-architecture
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Many thanks […]

10 years, 2 months ago

A week in Tweets: 7-13 November 2010

Running way late on the weeklies – apologies. Usual categories, anyway, after the usual ‘Read more…’ link.

Enterprise-architecture, business-architecture, all that kind of stuff:

SAlhir: innovation is less abt product & more about culture RT @jorgebarba @ovoinnovation real product of #innovation http://ow.ly/1rqENf
oscarberg: RT @raesmaa: HBR: Stress-Test Your Strategy http://bit.ly/aFst5a <recommend #bmgen #bizarch #entarch #collab
CreatvEmergence: The Meaningful Organization: […]

10 years, 7 months ago

Enterprise Architecture, Semantic Deficiencies, and Thou

Nick Malik recently gave the Zachman Framework (ZF) a death sentence because it does not have a row for ‘customer’ – making the assumption that any and all EA frameworks that do not recognize the customer as some kind of…

10 years, 7 months ago

Enterprise Architecture, Semantic Deficiencies, and Thou

Nick Malik recently gave the Zachman Framework (ZF) a death sentence because it does not have a row for ‘customer’ – making the assumption that any and all EA frameworks that do not recognize the customer as some kind of…