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Lean & Enterprise Architecture: Opposites Attract

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How can Lean and enterprise architecture reinforce each other? (RT @niemistoj: Nice summary on how LEAN and EA compliment each other.
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Agile Enterprise Architecture, TOGAF and Kanban boards

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How to adopt an agile approach to Enterprise Architecture with support from TOGAF and the use of Kanban boards.
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Does service-oriented architecture need a name change?

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The term service-oriented architecture has grown out of favor -- so much so that this expert suggests that SOA principles (still being practiced) may not need a name.
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The Business Motivation Model - a key tool for every architect - Enterprise Architects

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Documenting organisational motivation gets everyone on the same page about the vision, strategy and tactics used to meet objectives and execute change.
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The Value of Architecture and TOGAF as a guiding light | Data Is Everywhere

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My views on #TOGAF and Enterprise Architecture from two years ago. http://t.co/MNSi7d8tGR #entarch
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▶ Enterprise Architecture - Why Should I Care? - YouTube

This presentation provides the fundamental information required to enable senior executives and stakeholders, to decide whether to invest any time or money i...
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Designing the New Enterprise: Issues and Strategies - Enterprise Irregulars

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Designing the New Enterprise: Issues and Strategies Enterprise Irregulars To do this, design practitioners, consultants and architects combine methods and models from Service and Experience Design, Information and Enterprise Architecture, Systems...
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7 Simple Steps To Reduce Complexity

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Over the past several years we have heard hundreds of managers talk about the negative impact of complexity on both productivity and workplace morale.


Agreeing on complexity as a problem is one thing, but doing something about it is quite another — particularly for managers who are already over-worked, stressed, and can barely keep up with their current workload.

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SOA and Event Driven Architecture (SOA 2.0)

A historic view on software integration on how we've failed with our current approach to SOA (also know as SOA 1.0). We look at the problem, what to do about...
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Derek Miers' Blog

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In this Age of the Customer (AoC), many traditional businesses are under threat and need to change.
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Lean & Enterprise Architecture: Opposites Attract

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Infographic: What is the Cloud? | Enterprise So...

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“ How does cloud computing really work? What is the Cloud? Demystifying the Cloud is an infographic that pulls the curtains back on the cloud and explains it all!” (RT @mclynd: Infographic: What is the Cloud?
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Henry Franken - from A complete approach to Enterprise Architecture (EA)

A complete approach to Enterprise Architecture (EA) by The Open Group on Livestream - Livestream.com (Watch A complete approach to Enterprise Architecture (EA) on @Livestream: http://t.co/krS7VCh1Ct)...
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Business Architecture

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Business Architecture, by James David Beck: What is it and what's happening.
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Agile Enterprise Architecture: What is it?

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Understand Agile Enterprise Architecture concepts and features including ArchiMate, TOGAF, Campaigns, Collaboration and doing 'just enough' Architecture.
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TOGAF® Version 9.1, an Open Group Standard in 3 minutes

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1   Title/current version TOGAF® Version 9.1, an Open Group Standard 2   The basics TOGAF® – the Enterprise Architecture standard used by the world’s leading organizations to improve business effic...
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I'm studying for my TOGAF certification now as a matter of fact.
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To do Enterprise Architecture, do we need recipes?

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The diversity of outcomes we have in EA today is bewildering not only for our stakeholders and customers but for our colleagues,fellow practitioners, recruiters and enterprise executives. But each and every one of us, still speaks with conviction about our own true EA.

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TOGAF® 9.1

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TOGAF 9.1 standard on your smart phone or tablet

 

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Instead of carrying the complete book, here is the tablet edition.  Smart :)

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Enterprise cloud spending to hit $235B by 2017: IHS - ZDNet

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Enterprise cloud spending to hit $235B by 2017: IHS
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Enterprises will spend more than US$235 billion on cloud architecture and services by 2017 — a 35 percent gain from the US$174 billion projected to be spent this year.
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The rise of mobile-first infrastructure

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We often think about the implications of building new mobile apps on the front-end: user experiences, delivery, and development and testing needs.
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The Risk of Doing Nothing

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From an EA perspective, the break down started a long time ago when executives chose a wait-and-see approach to problem solving that consisted of applying system patch – after system patch versus wholesale upgrades or rebuilds. Looking back makes it clear that the sector can no longer be idle.  

 

Looking back makes it clear that the sector can no longer be idle. Let’s start from the beginning.

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Lean & Enterprise Architecture: Enterprise Architecture for Lean Business Processes

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Providing architecture and process models

Reusing existing architecture and process models helps you to kick start your process analyses. This is particularly important in the Measure andAnalyze steps of the DMAIC cycle, where you create artifacts such as process and value stream maps to find bottlenecks, waiting times, complex judgements, rework, hidden factories and other issues in the processes.

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How to build a Roadmap

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Introduction of a basic pattern for developing a robust road map for any organization using an example of the adoption of a Master Data Management initiative.
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Take an Outside-in Perspective!

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As an enterprise architect, I ask myself continuously the question how I can contribute to the creation of business value for the enterprise. How can we design or improve structures that enable the...
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A SOA Journey Using the TOGAF ADM | Perficient IBM Blog

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A priori enterprise architecture is not done in a vacuum. http://t.co/yDoJcWH0Cd
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As an short introduction, I’d like to state that A priori enterprise architecture is not done in a vacuum, but rather it starts with an existing landscape of enterprise capabilities and assets.


In this project, as in typical projects, we will be drawing from building blocks that were created in previous EA efforts. These are assets which make up the companies business, data, application, and technical architectures respectively. So our next steps will be to flesh out additional EA elements for the projects problem domain as we work through the ADM process, as well ultimately deliver various EA artifacts that will be utilized in architecture governance, and solution.