As a business leader, do keep on engaging with Enterprise Architects regularly.
You are the captain, Architect is the navigator. You say where to go, Architect says how to get there.
At least twice per year check with your Enterprise Architects, are you actually where the markets wanted you to be.
Vision and Road-map are long term navigation maps, best owned by good and forward-thinking Enterprise Architects. Don’t let something “amazing” surprise you, as it happened to NOKIA
Yet another proof (out of many) that governments do adopt core principles of planning proven in large corporations and not so large companies. Continue reading “TOGAF or not, governments are doing it”
The other day I stumbled upon one very good feedback on Azure feedback site. (unfortunately it is not moderated and is by now full of escort services offers in comments) Continue reading “Is Cloud Computing feasible?”
To re-turn to feasibility enterprise has to innovate
Why is that an feasible strategy? To innovate means to disrupt. And Disruption is feasible if it transforms into improvement. And that transformation from disruptive innovation to feasibility is made possible only by the use of the discipline of Architecture. Continue reading “To re-turn to feasibility enterprise has to innovate”