I wanted to share some common issues I see when managing requirements in large projects. 1. The blur between the Architect and Project Manager Architects build architecture solutions, and if you read standards like ISO42010 its quite clear that designs…
Last week I was asked for a standard definition of what administrative users are in our company. I wanted to talk a bit about user rights because admin or not admin as a way of thinking is dangerous. I wanted … Continue reading →
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ArchiMate isn’t only about drawing views and relational models. Understanding the language fully helps how we shape our architecture. Here’s how. Continue reading →
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Showing people ArchiMate views to leadership is not always a good idea. Today i am looking at PowerPoint! Continue reading →
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Following on from my last blog on motivation modelling lets look at Requirements, principles, and outcomes. Continue reading →
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I Wanted to share how I approach motivation modelling, as there are many approaches, and I often see important things missing in this area. . Continue reading →
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At work we use Bizzdesign’s Enterprise Studio (BES). I wanted to talk a little about getting the most out of an EA tool like this, if you want to get to a more advanced level of architecture model maturity. Yes … Continue reading →
Following my previous blog on Working With Projects & Dependencies I wanted to say a little on working with deliverable’s and avoiding some pitfalls. Continue reading →
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This blog runs through some basic dependency mapping that we are doing within my team, and the approach I sometimes take to manage project deliverable’s in a large scale project environment. There are many different approaches that can be taken &…
This blog talks about requirements in the context of architecture design – including their importance and some bare minimum needs. Continue reading →
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How much architecture is just enough? Is a common question I get which I will try to address in this blog. Continue reading →
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Architects have many stakeholders in different areas. Even if we need to be customer focused there are still other stakeholder requirements to consider, This blog shows some of the stakeholders I typically consider. Continue reading →
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