EAdirections will be participating with some of our fellow IT Ally experts in a panel discussion Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018 at 9:30 entitled “Future Proofing Your Business” at the Manor House in Mason, OH. We will be discussing several aspects of what it takes to “future proof” a business. While many companies continue to think … Read more
I will be joining the Ohio Chapter of the Association of Enterprise Architects at their meeting on the Ohio State University campus August 20th from 6-8 PM. I will be exploring the topic of “The Value of EA” from 2 dimensions. The first dimension is the value that comes from the Enterprise perspective vs. the … Read more
I recently attended The Open Group Architecture Practitioner’s conference in Seattle. During the event, I was given the opportunity to present a Keynote on the Language of Business Architecture, which I thoroughly enjoyed. A couple of my peers, Mike Rollings of Burton and Henry Peyret of Forrester, were present and gave interesting presentations, as well … Read more
Most organizations that claim to have an “enterprise” architecture practice are really only doing “IT” architecture (ITA). What leads us to say that? Our research shows that most organizations have limited their scope to include only IT elements like infrastructure, data and applications. That’s OK in and of itself and it is a step up for many organizations, but that’s not EA.