Seems lots of people these days are writing about ‘the future of work’ – and even putting some of that thinking into practice, too. But is that thinking going anything like deep enough? Hmm… – not sure about that… So…
Managing to keep up to date at present, so here’s the list of Tweets and links for the week (and year) just past. Usual categories, of course.
Enterprise-architecture, business-architecture, business strategy and suchlike:
tetradian: [post] Where is the information when we need it? http://bit.ly/hPBME3 #entarch #itarch #orgarch #systems
jdevoo: MIT SMR Analytics: New Path to Value http://bit.ly/g0ExUs – […]
Yes, it’s that time of year again, when it’s worthwhile reflecting on the old adage that we overestimate what we can do in a week, or a month, but underestimate what we can do in a whole year.
Right now I’m in one of those dreaded between-project spaces where nothing much seems to be happening. On […]
Information World published the Enterprise Architecture Awards for 2010 today. Kudos to InfoWorld and Forrester. It is great to see this kind of socialization of EA successes. We often talk about the programs that haven’t worked instead of showcasing all…
Slipping back a bit – combination of travel, bad jetlag and an even worse cold… Oh well. Anyway, another week’s-worth of Tweets and links, as usual, for whoever might find them useful.
Enterprise-architecture, business-architecture, business-strategy, business-models and suchlike businessy matters:
SAlhir: White Space, Dark Matter, and Enterprise Architecture http://bit.ly/i4LBIn <strong recommend #entarch #itarch
business_design: revised my […]
This is kinda an off topic post but it was a really interesting read and wanted to share. If you are like most architects out there, you are running at Mach 5 from meeting to meeting bringing the organization together….
Running way late on the weeklies – apologies. Usual categories, anyway, after the usual ‘Read more…’ link.
Enterprise-architecture, business-architecture, all that kind of stuff:
SAlhir: innovation is less abt product & more about culture RT @jorgebarba @ovoinnovation real product of #innovation http://ow.ly/1rqENf
oscarberg: RT @raesmaa: HBR: Stress-Test Your Strategy http://bit.ly/aFst5a <recommend #bmgen #bizarch #entarch #collab
CreatvEmergence: The Meaningful Organization: […]
@JohnSchlesinger asks What has the enterprise architect ever done for us? (@AtosOriginBlog, November 2010)
John criticizes the IBM strategy in the late 1980s, especially the emphasis on Systems Application Architecture (SAA) and the neglect of CICS an…
A key to any Enterprise Architecture program is solution architecture. Solution architecture is where work gets done. If your EA team is disconnected from the solution architecture effort, you’ll probably hear the term “ivory tower” a lot. Unfortunately, it’s far more common than you may think. Looking the typical project, the first question is where […]
The Basics of the Review The review is dealing with Integrated Integrated Governance. Integrated Governance is defined as how corporate strategy, IT strategy, IT governance and Enterprise Architecture are aligned and dealt with. I have chosen to limit the amount of topics to cope with my limited resources. Therefor I selected what I assumed were […]
The Center for the Advocacy of the Enterprise Architecture Profession (CAEAP) published a collaborative work called the Enterprise Architecture Professional Practice Guide (EA PPG). This is the first draft abstract for the EA PPG. I joined the CAEAP …
Usually i restrict posts in this blog to the topics of strategic IT management and current technology topics. But this was not a usual man anyway. The legend who shaped thinking of modern managers is no more..I was introduced to his work during my MBA….