13 years, 5 months ago

A week in Tweets: 12-18 December 2010

Finally catching up, though my cold is still such that I’m at risk of dripping into the keyboard – oh joys… Still, I do promise to return to other (more useful?) posts shortly – there’s quite a backlog built up whilst I’ve been sort-of out of action. In the meantime, yes, another week’s-worth […]

13 years, 7 months ago

The Power and the Glory

#entarch A debate on Twitter about the power of enterprise architects (enhancing? enabling? influencing?), and another debate about the relationship between architecture and knowledge (does architecture count as a form of knowledge?) led to a question …

13 years, 7 months ago

Enterprise Tempo

An enterprise operates at several different tempi. For example

A retail chain has one tempo aligned to the customer visiting the store, a longer tempo for purchasing and logistics, and a longer one still for planning and establishing new stores
A mili…

13 years, 8 months ago

Brownfield Requirements Engineering

Some partial and selective notes from the RESG meeting on Brownfield Requirements Engineering, held at BCS headquarters on October 12th 2010. By Richard Veryard.

Chairman’s IntroductionIan Alexander opened the meeting by pointing out the gulf between …

13 years, 8 months ago

Unstructured knowledge

@SFDreverman asks (how) does unstructured knowledge hinder the collective intelligence of a group?

To start with, I am slightly puzzled by the word “hinder”. Surely unstructured knowledge is usually better than no knowledge at all, although sometimes …