9 years, 1 day ago

EA Summit London – That’s a Wrap!

We closed out another great EA Summit in London yesterday!  Dave Aron delivered an insightful talk on how to leverage business model analogies to bring some new ideas to the business strategy planning table.  And to wrap it up, Andy Kyte discussed how to overhaul a bloated application portfolio and of course applied all of […]

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9 years, 1 day ago

EA Summit London – That’s a Wrap!

We closed out another great EA Summit in London yesterday!  Dave Aron delivered an insightful talk on how to leverage business model analogies to bring some new ideas to the business strategy planning table.  And to wrap it up, Andy Kyte discussed how to overhaul a bloated application portfolio and of course applied all of […]

9 years, 2 days ago

EA's Big Missing

Enterprise Architecture (EA) organizations across the country have been hammered. As if the severe recession wasn’t enough, there are other reasons to account for this. Here are a few:EA organizations are notoriously unable to prove value.EA framewor…

9 years, 3 days ago

EA Summit London – Day One

We’ve had a great kick-off today to the EA Summit in London.  Nick Gall presented on Hybrid Thinking and how to apply this approach to build up solutions rather than decompose problems.  This is an entirely new way of looking at enterprise architecture and will be a major focus of our research in the future.  […]

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9 years, 3 days ago

EA Summit London – Day One

We’ve had a great kick-off today to the EA Summit in London.  Nick Gall presented on Hybrid Thinking and how to apply this approach to build up solutions rather than decompose problems.  This is an entirely new way of looking at enterprise architecture and will be a major focus of our research in the future.  […]

9 years, 3 days ago

Welcome EA Summit London

Despite threats from the ash cloud, we’ve arrived and successfully kick-off the EA Summit in London this morning.  We’ve got a tremendous agenda lined up that I’m sure people will find the conference enlightening.  I’m especially looking forward to meeting with conference delegates, vendors and colleagues over the next couple of days at the EA […]

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9 years, 3 days ago

Welcome EA Summit London

Despite threats from the ash cloud, we’ve arrived and successfully kick-off the EA Summit in London this morning.  We’ve got a tremendous agenda lined up that I’m sure people will find the conference enlightening.  I’m especially looking forward to meeting with conference delegates, vendors and colleagues over the next couple of days at the EA […]

9 years, 6 days ago

Tools for Enterprise Architects: OmniGraffle for iPad?

Well, I have to admit to being a bit of an Apple fan and, of course, and early adopter of gadgets and technology in general.  So, when FedEx showed up with my iPad 3G last week, I was a kid in a candy store.  One of the apps that my “buy finger” …

9 years, 14 days ago

Enterprise Architecture Must Assist Delivery

A challenge for virtually any position with “Enterprise” in the title, but especially so with Enterprise Architecture, is to continually show that they are adding value to the organization. Why? Because typically enterprise architects are not directly associated with delivery. In most IT organizations, things get delivered through projects, and enterprise architects don’t typically play […]