by: Vinu Jade This Webinar will have two Sessions In the first session, an introduction to the IASA Global and India Chapter. The second session will discuss An Approach and Methodology for Business Strategy Modeling, helping in Agile Business and Agile IT. A paradigm representation will be shared to understand business and its needs.
By: Gene Hughson The term "technical debt" has a tendency to evoke an emotional response. Some people react puritanically - "technical debt" means sloppy code; sloppy code is sin; failing to call sin "sin" is condoning sin; to the stake with the heretic! Others will contend that technical debt solely refers solely to conscious
By: Board of Education This guidebook entry is a work in progress, please login with your Iasa’s credentials and give us your valuable feedback! Description: Technical Project Management is the ability to take an IT initiative from a concept through to a concrete deliverable using project form. Working in project form requires that we have clear
By: Cesar De la Torre Llorente Iasa is proud to introduce Cesar De la Torre Llorente, from Microsoft, to present at the Microsoft Civica on September 18, 2014 on Domain-Driven Design: Architecting and designing Mission-Critical and Core-Domain enterprise applications.
By: Scott Andersen So last week I posted another blog on the concept of Ethics and Architects. It was a dilemma from a reader. Monday as I checked my email I had gotten another suggestion for a topic/dilemma for architects in the field of ethics. The ethics of architects blogging… Blogs are interesting. Over time they
By: Scott Andersen The ethics of software architecture are comprised of a series of responses to regulatory and other formal requirements. Building a system that violates the law isn’t ethical and it’s pretty much wrong to boot. But there are a number of other ways you can get into ethical dilemmas as a software architect
By Gabriel Morgan Realizing an enterprise architecture plan has a lot to do with establishing the right kind of “Architecture System” in your organization. Every company is different, so I don’t want to make the following sound as if it’s a law of nature. Rather, I thought I would share how we’re approaching this issue
By: Board of Education Description: Business valuation of technology is the process of systematic assessment of tangible and intangible value anticipated and arising from investments in information technology. It is the capability of determining how and when to invest in particular technology directions and how to manage the overall portfolio of technology investments. Business valuation
This session will be of benefit to people who are involved with Architecture, IT delivery and Business Analysis. Gar represents the background and application of the Business Model Canvas and applies Techniques from Alexander Osterwalder's Business Model Canvas to assist in aligning the teams within an organization.