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Architectural Thinking

I’d like to thank all of the people who have enrolled in my free course about Architectural Thinking. In particular, I’d like to thank those who have provided feedback and suggestions on how to improve the course. I’ve also had three reviews – all rating the course 5 out of 5! The course is free…

Free Online Course on Architectural Thinking

I’ve just put together a new online course about Architectural Thinking. This is a subject that is dear to my heart, so I’ve made this course freely available to anyone who is interested in the subject. All you have to do is click on the Enroll for Free button to gain access. You’ll need to…

EA Conference in London October 2017

Enterprise Architecture Conference Europe 2017 16-19 October 2017, London I am pleased to say that I will be participating at IRM’s Enterprise Architecture Conference Europe 2017 16-19 October 2017, London.  This provides a great opportunity to discover some of the latest approaches and thinking in EA, Business Architecture, and BPM, and the synergies between them. There…

Linear Thinking in EA

I’ve just received an invitation to an AEA Webinar with Len Fehskens – The Siren Song of Linear Thinking.  Unfortunately I’m unable to join this event, but it sounds very interesting – to what extent is the practice of enterprise architecture based around simple, linear models? From experience I would say that early generations of enterprise architects tended…

Information Obesity – keynote now on YouTube

I recently discovered a DVD with a 30-minute video of a keynote that I gave back in 2004 at the Online Information conference in Olympia, London – which is now added to my YouTube channel on Enterprise Architecture. I think the original argument still holds true: we are producing information faster than our capacity to use it: