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Enterprise Architecture Mantra free mind map download

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“Mantras related to Enterprise Architecture.”

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My shared EA's Library Of Knowledge. The most stunning articles related to the whole-of-the-enterprise architecture. Dig and you make up your own mind!
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How to Think Like an Enterprise Architect? ~ Future of CIO

How to Think Like an Enterprise Architect? ~ Future of CIO | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Enterprise Architecture is the discipline not just for Enterprise Architects, it's the thinking process every business leader should master; and it's the discipline every mature organization needs to practice.

Via Tony Shan
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Enterprise Architecture is the discipline not just for Enterprise Architects, it's the thinking process every business leader should master; and it's the discipline every mature organization needs to practice.  


Not everyone should be an EA, neither everyone wants to be an EA,  but everyone can learn how to think like architect through: systematic thinking, system thinkingholistic thinking, critical thinking, creative thinking, analytics thinking, synthetic thinking, non-linear thinking, abstract thinkingwhole-brain thinking, positive thinking, etc...

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How the Lotus F1 team builds a private cloud for each race

How the Lotus F1 team builds a private cloud for each race | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
The Lotus F1 racing team has put together a remarkable system that collects data from hundreds of sensors in its cars, using analytics to make smarter strategy and design decisions.

Via Yves Mulkers
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Using custom and off-the-shelf products, the IT team builds its own private cloud running 50 virtual servers on site at each race. This lets the group collect and analyze as much as 30 MB of data per lap from as many as 250 sensors on the race car.

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What's the Difference Between Information Governance and Data Governance?

“ What's The Difference Between Information Governance and Data Governance? Designing Complementary Initiatives Legal is about to start an information governance initiative. IT gets wind of...”
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Systems Thinking and Complexity 101 - Resilience.org

Systems Thinking and Complexity 101 - Resilience.org | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
“ Pollard's Law of Complexity: Things are the way they are for a reason. If you want to change something, it helps to know that reason. If that reason is complex, success in changing it is unlikely, and adapting to it is probably a ...”
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Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, June 25, 1:29 PM

Well, definitely it's an interesting book... the only caveat I would mention is about the illustrations... in fact the (ingenious) lady who has written the book (about which the post is more or less make a review) has to have an eagle eye for she has put in here and there illisible illustrations (especially on (Kindle) Kindle... on iPad Kindle it's a bit more lisible but anyhow what we are waiting for from JPEG format illustrations of the size of max 50 kb?! And there are a lots of illustrations and they are also important... soooo, you should fight for the contents...:-)))

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What’s Hadoop? | SmartData Collective

What’s Hadoop? | SmartData Collective | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Hadoop is one of those words that is inextricably linked to the concept of Big Data. But what really is Hadoop? This posts aims to demystify the term and explain, in simple and every-day language, what Hadoop is, the key components of it as well as how it came about and is used today.
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Une Startup Israélienne Unifie toutes les Données de l'Entreprise en ...

Une Startup Israélienne Unifie toutes les Données de l'Entreprise en ... | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it

My Single Point est donc une boîte à outil d'architecture d'entreprise capable de modéliser, d'assurer la gestion et le suivi de tout processus métier. Clé-en-mail et sous le contrôle de la DSI, l'orchestrateur assure la ...


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Stéphane Pétot's curator insight, April 23, 2:24 AM
yaeam yet another entreprise architecture modeler ? un nouvel outil de modélisation DZ la DSI oriente EA . comme nous en avons débattu le mois dernier a l adira la réussite de la modélisation du si et le ROI tient il plus de l implémentation d un outil ou de la démarche qui la supporte ?
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How to plan the project portfolio for the next years? - YouTube

How to use leanIX to make a meaningful plan for your IT portfolio based on business feedback. (How to plan the project portfolio for the next years?
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Nice and quick demo of LeanIX for Application portfolio planning. 

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Big Data overview - A Real Life Revolution

“Presented by Manuel Sevilla, Global CTO Business Information Management April 2014, Teradata Universe”


Via Farid Mheir, Yves Peeters
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Pretty good introduction and overview of the Big Data topic. 

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Yves Peeters's curator insight, April 30, 2:00 AM
Very educational presentation on big data
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"Like a Rock" - Business Capabilities and EA

"Like a Rock" - Business Capabilities and EA | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
"…My hands were steady My eyes were clear and bright My walk had purpose My steps were quick and light And I held firmly To what I felt was right Like a rock…" - Bob Seger Enterprise architecture, ...
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Enterprise architecture is mainly about strategic planning and portfolio management. As such, Business Capability is an useful way to describe what a business needs to do to fulfill its mission in a context of a specific business model. A useful way to think about capabilities is as of individual skills that can be attributed to an organization and delivered through the combination of people, process, information, and technology.

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Mobile apps need service-oriented systems behind them | ZDNet

Mobile apps need service-oriented systems behind them | ZDNet | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Service oriented architecture was intended to render technologies and device choices irrelevant. This plays well in the BYOD era, when a new device comes through the door every day.
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With SOA, of course, we're not talking about a specific technology, but rather, a philosophy, a way of thinking, in which applications are deconstructed into standardized, reusable, essential services.


Having a service-oriented back end paves the way for reliable, real-time information. Mobile application is a perfect context for such services,orchestrating standard services to support customer specific needs but using the same source of data and catalog of services.

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Architecture Organisationnelle: Organisations scalables face à la complexité

Architecture Organisationnelle: Organisations scalables face à la complexité | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
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Djebar Hammouche's curator insight, June 1, 11:09 AM

EA initiatives: How to transform Enterprise Organization to a better complexity scalability 

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Five Steps To Starting Your Digital Transformation Initiative - Enterprise Irregulars

Five Steps To Starting Your Digital Transformation Initiative - Enterprise Irregulars | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Cut Through The Hype and Get Started Over the past 12 months, Constellation has interviewed, researched, or assisted more than 50 market leaders and fast followers crafting a digital transformation strategy. Regardless of industry, size of company,...
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Many CIOs Are Unprepared For The Next Era In Enterprise IT

Many CIOs Are Unprepared For The Next Era In Enterprise IT | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
By Peter Sondergaard Gartner, Inc. The next era of enterprise IT is upon us, but many CIOs are not prepared to manage the demands that come in this new era. We refer to this next era as the digitalization of IT, and it’s the beginning of the digital industrial economy. According to Gartner’s [...]

Via Isabelle Gauthier
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"Digitalization is not improving what business do with technology to make themselves faster, cheaper and more scalable, but fundamentally changing business with information and technology, changing the basis of competition in some cases, creating new industries."


The digitalization is a real revolution of the way we do business. Back to the previous scoops: "Strategic principles for competing in the digital age" and "The new role of leader". Digital transformation requires a deep re-thinking of your previous business model. To manage effectively at the digital age, we need to change the operational software of our organizations, holding to the previous business model and practices lead to dysfunctional enterprise, missing the point.

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Guide to app portfolio management and legacy modernization

Guide to app portfolio management and legacy modernization | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Read this Essential Guide for expert advice on app portfolio assessment and legacy migration Plus check out a glossary of key terms and watch videos Wrap things up with a quiz (Read expert advice on app portfolio assessment and legacy migration in...
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How an organization approaches app modernization can determine a project's success. Some experts assert that having the right mindset is essential. Tackling small parts of a project first, and thinking about the business side of things, are just two points made by industry insiders.

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TOGAF en pratique - Dunod

TOGAF en pratique - Dunod | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it

Découvrez le livre TOGAF en pratique de Philippe Desfray, Gilbert Raymond sur le site des éditions Dunod, Interéditions, Microsoft Press, et Ediscience (TOGAF en pratique: ...les informations.


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Data Ownership: How Consumers Will Monetize Their Data

Data Ownership: How Consumers Will Monetize Their Data | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
“ In a world where more data is created than ever before, data ownership is gaining in importance. What are the possibilities for organisations and consumers?”
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Enterprise Architecture as Strategy

Enterprise Architecture as Strategy | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Enterprise Architecture as Strategy with Dragon1, the cloud-based EA Tool, comes down to governance, design and application of architectures (Enterprise Architecture - A solution that requires talent, processes AND tooling:
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How to to keep the enterprise layers (governance, business, information and technology, ...) aligned with each other and to keep per enterprise layer a strategic fit... 

Interesting approach from  Dragon 1

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Official Modeling Languages

Official Modeling Languages | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Modeling Languages ArchiMate® - BPMN® - Dragon1® - Togaf® - UML® using in Dragon1 Enterprise Software Tools and Apps.
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Enterprise Architects as Strategists

Enterprise Architects as Strategists | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
The conversation a (Enterprise architect-strategists. It's time to think about a data-first perspective.
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The reasoning is simple:

Enterprise architects are in a position to take a leading role within the strategy process. This is because they are the people who best understand both business strategy and technology trends.

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What is "Enterprise"?

What is "Enterprise"? | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it

The EA community have tried very hard to define what is “Enterprise” ?  By dictionary definition and origin of “Enterprise”, Enterprise Architecture  is consider as a boldness or readiness in undertaking; advanturous spirit; ingenuity to transform an organization.

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A rather good description of the enterprise. I like the following statement: "enterprise is a complex adaptive system".  

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, June 14, 11:09 AM

Organic means living. The way many organizations are organized for efficiency they are dead and inorganic. Corporation shares etymology with body, which can be alive or dead.

 

Schools are an example. We downloaded fads in the form of habits, ways of thinking, and keys without taking anything out. Schools remain heavily prescribed and static entities which are lifeless and inert.

 

The graphic is interesting. I would put the organic whole below immediately below the universe and cosmos.

Suvi Salo's curator insight, June 14, 2:47 PM

This article is describing its subject in a very profound way.

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Next Generation IT Architecture - YouTube

Recording of the AgilePath Corporation Webinar, "The Next Generation IT Architecture", led by Eric Marks, President and CEO of AgilePath

Via Yves Peeters
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Good webinar lead by Eric Marks

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4 ways companies can leverage Business Capability Maps

4 ways companies can leverage Business Capability Maps | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
4 ways companies can leverage Business Capability MapsInformationWeek IndiaIn today's times of high-velocity and hyper-competitive business environments, it's highly critical to be connected to external ecosystem beyond the organization boundaries.

Via Bonnie Hohhof
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In today's times of high-velocity and hyper-competitive business environments, it’s highly critical to be connected to external ecosystem beyond the organization boundaries. It’s critical to have intelligence about the industry in which a company operates and insights about its customers to come out with innovative offerings.


Among others properties, Business capability is a great help for Portfolio Rationalization helping to identify and follow-up strategic/non-strategic capabilities in further investment/sourcing decisions. 

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We don’t need another Hero - Enterprise Architecture

We don’t need another Hero - Enterprise Architecture | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it

This post starts of as a bit of a rant.   For far too long, we (me included) have been guilty of playing the “Hero” role when a crisis occurs.

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The problem with this approach is that we end up throwing away all the good work we did to establish policies, procedures and best practices in favour of an ad hoc, one off solution.  In  a “crisis”, we don’t have time and all our practices get thrown out the window in order to solve the problem as quick as possible.

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N. Andrieux, La Poste : « Le numérique est devenu une branche à part entière de l’entreprise »

N. Andrieux, La Poste : « Le numérique est devenu une branche à part entière de l’entreprise » | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it
Qui ? Nathalie Andrieux, Dga de la Poste en charge du numérique. Quoi ? Une interview sur la transformation numérique du Groupe La Poste, partenaire du Grand Prix de l'Innovation Digitale.
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Interview intéressante montrant comment une entreprise traditionnelle telle que La Poste a initiée sa transformation digitale, depuis quelques années, réalisant que sans cette évolution, son business model périclitait.
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Information Architecture for Products

What terms and concepts do you use to deliver your product experience? What organizational structures do you use to present those terms and concepts? To what...


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Larry Mount's curator insight, May 31, 4:22 AM

Information Architecture is growing in importance as organisations get to grips with exploiting the value of the data they have and digitising the paper record too. 

Michael Allenberg's curator insight, June 8, 10:10 AM

I LOVE THIS!!!

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No Value Creation Without Culture - Corporate Culture Is The Glue

No Value Creation Without Culture - Corporate Culture Is The Glue | Enterprise Architecture | Scoop.it

Corporate culture is an incredibly powerful factor in a company’s long-term success. No matter how good your strategy is, when it comes down to it, people always make the difference. Not paying attention to culture undermines performance.

 

The most important thing about culture is that it’s the only sustainable point of difference for any organisation. Anyone can copy your strategy, but nobody can copy your culture. So don’t leave it untended!


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen, Eveil & Emergence
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Christian Bartosik's curator insight, March 17, 4:53 AM

"Culture is everything. The culture is the number one most important thing about a company. And the success of the company really depends on having the right culture and keeping it strong."

Anne Landreat's curator insight, March 17, 7:39 AM

"Anyone can copy your strategy, but nobody can copy your culture."

So true and so undervalued !