I just finished reading this article from VentureBeat: https://venturebeat.com/2018/04/21/the-traditional-ceo-cio-relationship-is-changing/ It seems the CIO is getting popular again in executive circles. I have predicted this for many years as digital society forces technologists out into the lime-light and as business, government, and society run more and more on technology over antiquated business patterns. I predict further
Digital enterprise architecture (EA) can help to bridge the gap between strategies and realisation, driving business goals to achieve long term sustainable digital transformation, or DX. But, are the competencies and capabilities required on-the-ground, in place to see digital transformation through to its ideal state goal? To fully embrace the power of digital technology,
To become an Enterprise Architect, typically it requires a combination of acquiring relevant experiences, the right skillsets and understanding the various roles in both Business & IT which includes the mastery of dealing with human beings more than with computer machines. If you have been long in this industry, as I have, you may have
An enterprise architecture team has a tall order getting a digital transformation program off the ground. We met up with Gari Garcia, Enterprise Architect IAG GBS, to discuss. We covered a range of great topics including digital strategy formation and development, PMO integration, innovation management, execution and delivery as well as architecture team building.
I was fortunate enough to catch up with Whynde Kuehn, a major force in Business Architecture practice and professionalism. We discussed the state of the industry and tips and techniques for founding and running a business architecture practice. We also discussed ways IT and business architects can work better together, value management and digital transformation. It
To become an Enterprise Architect, typically it requires a combination of acquiring relevant experiences, the right skillsets and understanding the various roles in both Business & IT which includes the mastery of dealing with human beings more than with computer machines. In terms of experience, ten years of ‘flying time’ is ideal. Most Enterprise Architects