We just added this NEW ITARC discussing Transformations in IT architecture at the wonderful 1 Wimpole Street in London. Some of our topics are to transforming engineering, architects as business and government leaders, basic building blocks of the digital age, and agility in the cloud era. Speakers confirmed are Tibi Covaci, Barry O’Reilly, Paddy Baxter
When you think about it, a project in solution architecture is a nightmare waiting to happen. Your task is to build a working solution out of separate, often pre-existing components, integrating them along the way. You may have to work within environmental, contextual, and other constraints, and some of your methods and tools may be forced
People Change in Digital Transformation by Andy Ruth Most agree that business capability requires people, process, and technology. Digital transformation requires change across all three. Technology is the most fun and easiest to adopt and adapt. Process is next, easy enough to change but not nearly as fun as technology. Last and hardest is people change.
There is a lot of fear and uncertainty in our profession right now, and rightly so. The architecture practice, especially the enterprise architecture, of the past 10-15 years is dead. I am reasonably certain that architecture never actually lived, just wandered around companies like zombies looking for brains. "Architecting the enterprise" and governance thinking from EA
Click HERE to download presentation PDF Alex Yakyma will describe how complex solutions are built using Scaled Agile Framework. Alex will discuss critical aspects of the framework as well as its actual implementation scenarios in the field. The topics will include: · Organizing around value · Establishing Lean-Agile governance model in large value streams ·
Click HERE to download the Presentation PDF by Lynne Cazaly Making sense is the most significant capability for the future of work. If we are to adapt to the VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) that constant change brings… we will need to generate insights, ingenuity and ideas that enable us to respond and adapt
Many organizations treat solution architecture as a application development or project delivery role. The reality however is much more complex. In business architecture and enterprise architecture circles we discuss the strategy to execution goals of the architecture team. In reality the strategy or transformation which make this such a hard process is delivered through annual