I have been a first time father for almost 3 weeks. Whilst chatting to one of my mates we had a laugh about some of the similarities between parenthood and being an EA:
You need a strategy (and engage your stakeholders) - our new family member is going to be around for a long time, we’ve got our hopes and dreams so a strategy is key. Current stakeholders are two (Mum and Dad) and will grow to three. We’ve just got some high level themes at the moment from sleeping through the night, to nurse
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.
Enterprise cloud spending to hit $235B by 2017: IHS ZDNet 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.
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.
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...
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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