13 years, 6 months ago

A week in Tweets: 28 November – 04 December 2010

And finally close to catch-up (if I haven’t slipped again) – another week’s worth of Tweets and links. Lots of new stuff, of course, though nothing new as such in the categories, nor in the ‘Read more…’ link:

Enterprise-architecture, business-architecture, strategy, innovation and suchlike:

CreatvEmergence: Cool 1-min video of complex adaptive systems in action – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCOmBVrnDeA <real-life […]

13 years, 6 months ago

A week in Tweets: 14-20 November 2010

Still somewhat in catch-up, so here’s another somewhat-late collection of Tweets and links – usual categories, after the usual ‘Read more…’ link.

Enterprise-architecture, business-architecture, business-strategy and all manner of business-related stuff:

oscarberg: RT @dcarli: Investors Don’t Care About Sustainability… Yet Accenture’s recent study w/ the U.N. confirms that CEOs do http://www.bit.ly/aH5dfg <important for #entarch – another side […]

13 years, 7 months ago

Organizational architect as fixer

In his post Hire An Architect, Seth Godin thinks of the organizational architect as a kind of fixer.

“Organizational architects know how to find suppliers, use the cloud (of people, of data, of resources), identify freelancers, tie together disparate …

13 years, 7 months ago

Collaboration Impact Zones

In my previous post Collaboration Chasm, I looked at the adoption of collaboration technology in the enterprise, drawing on Collaboration Framework published by the CISCO community earlier this year [Insights from the Collaboration Consortium Year On…

13 years, 7 months ago

Selling Business Architecture

#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.

13 years, 8 months ago

Behold! The Gonkulator!

Pardon the Phineas and Ferb reference, but when I read this post from Chris Lockhart, I couldn’t help but think of Professor Doofenschmirtz and his inventions. I really liked this post from Chris and how it emphasizes understanding the nature of the problem at hand. I’ve had first hand experience at more than one company […]

13 years, 9 months ago

Evolution of the most successful Chip maker? Buy an antivirus company

So where do you go from the position of being the most successful chip maker in the industry? What do you do to evolve your business and revenue model? Well how about buying an antivirus company (sorry! security technology company)? Sounds bizarre? Wel…

13 years, 10 months ago

Moore's Law, Air Travel Tech and PAYG

Jim Peters, CTO at SITA wrote an interesting blog a few days back – though it started off with an Intel announcement, Jim was really commenting on increasing demand for computing power. I posted the following comment to his blog post.In a sense the bus…