Reposted from Michael Fillios of IT Ally with permission: While on vacation in South Carolina visiting family and friends in Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head last week, I decided to pack my clubs and enjoy a few rounds of golf. Our first stop was Myrtle Beach to visit my in-laws and play golf with my … Read more Cart-Path-Only: Do you lack business agility to sense and respond to market changes?
We are consistently being exposed to ENTERPRISE architecture teams without an enterprise perspective in the deliverables and activities in which they are engaged. Sometimes this is due to a cyclical shift in the priorities between defining enterprise architecture and applying enterprise architecture via solution architecture. This is a normal, healthy shift that we see happening in maturing EA … Read more Lack of Enterprise View a Hindrance? Good Solution Architecture is Not Enough
Join George and Tim for a webinar on November 16, hosted by A&G Magazine. We’ll also be joined by special guest Dave Baker, a longtime friend and industry colleague from PwC. We’ll review the findings from the A&G 2011 Year-End Survey, discuss trends we see shaping the role of enterprise architect going in to 2012, and … Read more George Paras and Tim Westbrock featured guests on A&G Webinar Nov. 16
So there I am sitting on a panel at the Troux Worldwide Conference a couple of weeks ago, answering interesting questions with some interesting co-panelists, when a thought struck me. “After decades of positioning EA as a discipline for business-IT alignment, why aren’t EA programs more in tune with(driven by, owned by, participation from) the … Read more Why No Business with EA?
I had the opportunity last week to moderate two panels at the Troux Worldwide Conference. The first panel included EAdirections’ Tim Westbrock along with Mike Walker from Microsoft, Aleks Buterman from SenseAgility and Paul Preiss from IASA. The theme of the panel was a general discussion on characteristics of top-performing EA Teams. To begin the conversation, I asked each panelist to … Read more Top-Performing EA Teams – A Panel Discussion
Two of the biggest trends that many companies are addressing right now are mobility and Social Networking. Maybe second only to cloud computing in hype right now, these two areas represent significant opportunities for many companies. However, one thing that I have noticed is that sometimes the trends with a lot of hype get a … Read more Mobility and Social Networking: Do You Have a Need for a Strategy?
A couple of months ago, we published part 1 of Top 10 Things an EA Should Be Thinking About. Now we add a few more, with considerations for the New Year. To get started, I will repeat what we said in part 1 as the means of introduction… …Our list represents the Top Ten (or so) … Read more Top 10 Things an EA Should Be Thinking About (Part 2)
So it seems like that time of the year again where different analysts, experts and bloggers are coming out with Top 10 trends lists. While some might view the yearly generic crop of “Top 10” lists as trite, superficial, or simply repeating things everyone already knows; we thought we would take a stab at a … Read more Top 10 Things an EA Should Be Thinking About (Part 1)