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10 Principles of Architect Team Success

Over the years I have continuously written and commented on the chasm that forms between architecture teams. After 15 years of learning from members and working with them on successes and failures we know there is a relatively simple set of mechanisms by which an architecture team can succeed almost every time. At Iasa we

June eSummit – Business-Dirven, IT Portfolio Planning

by William Ulrich IT portfolio planning is often a technology-driven exercise, looking at IT cost metrics as a decision-making tool. This approach creates tremendous business risk while ignoring business-driven perspectives and related strategies. Business architecture provides the business perspective required to ensure that IT portfolio planning is no longer just technology-driven, but considers a complete business

Enterprise and Business Architecture Together with Chalon Mullins

Full Member Watch the full interview HERE Chalon Mullins' focus is on using a full range approach to architecture to address pressing business issues. He have a strong interest appropriate use of technology and agile but rigorous processes. He's generally been on the forefront of technology, and helped organizations adapt and apply it appropriately. He

Business Architecture with Laura Ludwick

Full Member Watch the full interview HERE We apply business architecture to align IT strategy to our Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) Portfolio. The business architecture blueprint helps in strategizing initiatives, investments, and goals. We call the enterprise level architecture runway architecture or identify value stream solution frameworks. The sizes of these undertakings are architecturally and

Business Architecture 2.0 Recap

Iasa Topic of the month: Business Architecture 2.0 Each month Iasa will cover a new trending topic via eSummits (virtual conferences), interviews, articles and guest blog appearances. Businee Architecture is defined as "a blueprint of the enterprise that provides a common understanding of the organization and is used to align strategic objectives and tactical demands." People who

2016 TRENDS IN BUSINESS APPLICATIONS

Business Applications Trends: 2016 The world of business applications is changing. Today most business applications still run as autonomous walled gardens. A CRM system bought and deployed by one department seldom talks to a supply chain management (SCM) system bought by another. But business applications already account for about $300 billion in global IT spend.