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Capitalizing on Complexity and Uncertainty

Darren Dalcher, one of my colleagues at Cutter Consortium, has written an Advisor about “The Third Knowledge Revolution: Learning to Live with Uncertainty” (Cutter login required) that has a lot of relevance to enterprise architects. My experience, research and client work shows that knowledge is one of eight fundamental factors that we need to include in EA…

Who put the “Enterprise” in Architecture?

Enterprise Architecture is a commonly accepted label, used around the world by Enterprise Architects, and yet the meaning of the term continues to provoke debate. “Architecture” – on its own – is not confusing a term. Although some definitions narrow it to buildings, I prefer a more open definition which includes Enterprise Architecture, such as this: “[architecture…

What Does TOGAF Certification Really Mean to You?

TOGAF certification has become a de-facto baseline for endorsing the skills of an enterprise architect. But how does it really help you? This article looks at 5 things you can do, in addition to becoming TOGAF Certified, that will help you develop as an Enterprise Architect. Read the full article: https://www.goodelearning.com/downloads/enterprise-architecture/what-does-togaf-certification-really-mean-to-you?

101 Lessons From Enterprise Architecture

“101 Lessons From Enterprise Architecture” – a succinct collection of useful tips and guidelines for Enterprise Architects – is now available. This is a book for enterprise architects and anyone interested in the design of our digital future. It explains 101 clear and simple lessons that the author learned from the practical use of enterprise…

What is the Enterprise Lifecycle?

TOGAF doesn’t always provide a good explanation of important terms or phrases. One example is the Enterprise Life Cycle, which is referred to throughout TOGAF. This article – from Good e-Learning – explains why the phrase is useful, and what it means in the TOGAF context.