Two weeks ago, Ruth Malan (@ruthmalan) of Bredemeyer Consulting and contributing author to the Cutter Consortium commented in her online journal (being maintained since 2006 and recommended!) that between the metaphor used by Tom Graves (@tetradian) in Agility Needs a … Continue reading →
In Enterprise Agility, an Attempt to Get to the Bone, I mentioned that agility and agile are not brand names although vendors would like the idea. Apparently, I was wrong. I admit the mistake! When reading all that is being … Continue reading →
In the one comment made to the earlier post Architecture in Context [Revision 1], different aspects are put forward that I also see as key elements in a defining story but in quite different ways as proposed. One, on which … Continue reading →
Context carries tremendous importance in disambiguation of meanings as well as in understanding of the actual meaning of words. The word “architecture” is exemplary in this regard. So first I will focus on the contexts in which the word “architecture” is being … Continue reading →
In my previous post, The Quest for All-Embracing Succinct Definition, I expressed the intention to build a defining story for enterprise architecture. The post received several encouraging comments that were most positive, constructive and challenging….
Funny to observe how much effort has been spend lately in counter-arguing the arguments for having an all-embracing succinct definition of enterprise architecture. The message is that it is “not worth the effort” as there is no succinct definitio…