The basics of a team structure to drive from continuos customer dialog to delivery of result. The Need Team Someone submits an idea for review (basically a change request from anyone) The team reviews the idea and assigns it a status Inform the other teams of relevant status constantly Inform the stakeholders (don’t forget the […]
In this fourth “Entities and Entitlement” video, we explain the bigger picture – why identity is not just about people. It’s about all things – we call them “entities” – that we want to identify in our digital world. An identity ecosystem d…
By Jim Hietala and Ian Dobson, The Open Group In the first of these five identity videos from the Jericho Forum, a forum of The Open Group, we explained the “Identity First Principles” – about people (or any entity) having … Con…
The second video of the five-video series from the Jericho Forum on identity management, discussing “Operating with Personas.” Continue reading →
The first of a series of five “Identity Key Concepts” videos by the Jericho Forum. Continue reading →
In the fourth iteration we are piloting the business model by taking it to the market. We are currently allowing people to sign up to become eligible for the selection of riders. At the same time we are working with other partners pitching the idea to serious sponsors. If you want to join up all […]
#entarch @alexcullen asks “How Would You Sell Business Architecture To Your CEO?” Alex’s own answer to this question is in the form of a 15-minute pitch, based on the following three points.
Your business is complex, and consistency is a challenge.
In iteration #2 there are some more details and concepts has been shifted around or renamed. The basic idea is still the same. Even though the business innovation might not be visible it is in there. As time goes by details will be found, explored and put into supporting documents.
A couple of weeks ago, I asked a simple question on Twitter: Should Enterprise Architects have/get an MBA? That meme made its way to InfoQ, so I figured I should actually post my own thoughts on the subject. First, a full disclaimer: I don’t have an MBA. I do have a MS in Computer Science […]
This has been a great week, for several reason, but most notably because our book, Coherency Management: Architecting the Enterprise for Alignment, Agility and Assurance, is now in AuthorHouse’s hands and should be ready for ordering very soon. On the book’s website, we have published the Table of Contents and a chapter overview, and also