6 years, 3 months ago

Intersection and branding

I’m reading a great new book called Intersection: How Enterprise Design Bridges the Gap Between Business, Technology, and People by Milan Guenther The book discusses modern Enterprise Architecture perspectives like the Outside In approach and provides a holistic design lead approach that is focus more on the customer than on the underlying applications, technology and infrastructure. […]

6 years, 3 months ago

For Who The Heck is Enterprise Architecture Not?

While thinking of ideas discussed in this blog, have been probing the tenants that creates the fundamental characteristics of the system such as :- Division Of Labor – the most important idea that revolutionized industrialization and for rise of capitalism Commodiitization vs Specialization Production of cost by Economy Of Scale by Division vs Multiplexing (manual […]

6 years, 4 months ago

Enterprise Architecture Survey

A friend of mine Ian Glossop, is doing a survey of views on Enterprise Architecture, and as many of you are Enterprise Architects he would appreciate your views on the subject. I know your time is precious, and the survey is a little long,  but nevertheless may I urge you to take a little time […]

7 years, 3 months ago

Transformative Enterprise Architecture Framework – Connecting Strategy – Tactical (Operational) – Execution (Implementation)

Defeat Darwinian Enterprise Model that is Adaptive, rather strive to achieve Generative Model that is transformative creating rich diversity from minimal sets. Connect – Strategy – Architecture / Operations – Implementation

9 years, 1 month ago

Adoption of ArchiMate in the UK

I was recently asked about the adoption trend of ArchiMate. I see demand for ArchiMate support slowly increasing in the UK, but it is nowhere near the tipping point that it has already reached in the Benelux area, especially in the Netherlands of course, where a requirement for enterprise architects to have Archimate experience is […]