In the “Enterprise-architecture as hologram” Tom Graves explores a hologram paradigm for an EA representation.
Tom’s premise that in enterprise architecture “we don’t know what the information will be – all we know is that cou…
Business Maturity and dealing with the unexpected Watching Tom Graves’ excellent video presentation entitled ‘Same and different: architectures for mass uniqueness’ made me think seriously about how businesses, when assessing their maturity, include amongst their capabilities, the ability to handle … Continue reading →
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One of my startup heroes Steve Blank wrote in a blog post that “value proposition is the fancy name for your product or service” It is with some trepidation that […]
An article by Tom Graves defining the scope of “business” every organisation is also ‘a business’ the business of an organisation is whatever the organisation does, for whatever business-reasons and […]
This is a follow-on to the earlier post ‘Helping others make sense of my work’. One of the various suggestions that came up from that – many thanks, folks! – was for better cross-reference between posts. I’ve now added a ‘Related posts’ section to the end of each post. (It’s shown only when the page […]