1 year, 3 months ago

Steering towards success

Too often enterprises (businesses, governments, service organisations, …) constrain change to only being responsive to outside influences. Rather than being proactive and having control over their future they are reactive, consequently abrogating their control and the benefits it brings. Ideally … Continue reading

1 year, 10 months ago

CDOs Drive Change, Build Trust, And Foster Insights-Driven Organizations

Organization are slow to change but technology changes quickly. If you leave the organization as is many won’t catch up with the change, and the technology maturity gap will widen between them over time. I saw this described in breakout panel at Strata Data in New York a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, the speaker left […]

2 years, 8 months ago

Talking to Business Executives about EA

Simply telling a business audience all the wonderful things that EA will do for you is not enough. Light bulbs go on only when you have a chance to show them what it means to them. So, don’t try to “sell” an audience on the academic virtues of EA. Show them. Use relationships among component parts and expose mappings that they always thought existed, but never quite had a chance to see before.

2 years, 8 months ago

Talking to Business Executives about EA

Simply telling a business audience all the wonderful things that EA will do for you is not enough. Light bulbs go on only when you have a chance to show them what it means to them. So, don’t try to “sell” an audience on the academic virtues of EA. S…

2 years, 8 months ago

Take the Initiative

I was recently asked to reflect on the strengths of some of the EA practitioners I have worked with over the years. They have been an inspiring group who collectively and individually were drawn to EA because they aspired to make a difference in their companies. Fulfilling that aspiration isn’t always an easy path.

2 years, 8 months ago

Take the Initiative

I was recently asked to reflect on the strengths of some of the EA practitioners I have worked with over the years. They have been an inspiring group who collectively and individually were drawn to EA because they aspired to make a difference in their…

4 years, 1 month ago

Figuring out the Why – Identify Strategic Change Opportunities

There is a new technology around every corner. Customer and client expectations are evolving at an ever increasing pace. How do you determine what strategic changes you should make that will deliver value to your enterprise? Whether you are for-profit, non-profit or public sector enterprise, figuring out WHY you want to implement change in your enterprise

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5 years, 1 month ago

Business Restructuring: Constructive or Destructive?

Any business containing more than two people may find it necessary at times to engage in an organisational restructure. The perceived need to do so can spring from multiple sources: Poor financial performance, Changing market conditions, Mergers or acquisitions, Business … Continue reading

5 years, 2 months ago

Published: Acme Building Materials Case Study

We are proud to announce that SEAS Inc. has published t […]