5 years, 5 months ago

Who put the “Enterprise” in Architecture?

Enterprise Architecture is a commonly accepted label, used around the world by Enterprise Architects, and yet the meaning of the term continues to provoke debate. “Architecture” – on its own – is not confusing a term. Although some definitions narrow it to buildings, I prefer a more open definition which includes Enterprise Architecture, such as this: “[architecture…

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6 years, 10 months ago

Architecture Frameworks – too complex and multi-dimensional?

Following the recent The Open Group’s “Business Transformation in Finance, Government & Healthcare” conference in London, I was pleased to see this comment about Lean Enterprise Architecture: “We were told that Standard Frameworks are too complex and multidimensional – people were interested in how we use them to provide simple working guidelines to the architecture…

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