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"The first matrix I designed was quite naturally perfect, it was a work of art, flawless, sublime..." -- The Architect, The Matrix Reloaded... Read More..
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In my last two blog posts, I have outlined a five-scale classification of system views and elaborated on the systemic-structural underpinnings of each view. As these systemic views are increasingly expressive and powerful, they also call for progressively sophisticated levels... Read More..
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Enterprise Architecture (EA) provides a representation of the business in terms of its components and component relationships in order to facilitate business change. It mediates our knowledge and understanding of the underlying organizational system and focuses our attention to the... Read More..

Yesterday, I gave a presentation at the Open Group Conference in Rome, Italy, revisiting many of the ideas I have put forth in this blog before. The presentation was entitled "Integrated Approach to Enterprise Architecture Governance".... Read More..
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In this series of blog posts, I have addressed some of the challenges that the emergence of extended enterprise paradigm entails in terms of strategy, governance, leadership, and, in this last article, enterprise architecture: Part 1: Strategy Part 2: Governance... Read More..
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Last time, I outlined a composite framework for enterprise architecture and its governance. I was criticized for something the model seems to suggest, and would like to specify it for that part. The critique concerned the processes at the strategic... Read More..

In my previous blog post, I did not turn EA quite upside-down, but only 90 degrees, suggesting that architectural dimensions such as Business Architecture and Information Architecture shall rather be seen as vertical dimensions crossing abstraction levels than as forming... Read More..

An enterprise architecture framework provides tools and methods to structure, classify and organize the enterprise architecture through a coherent set of views on relevant EA artifacts and their relationships. Enterprise-class description frameworks such as TOGAF or Zachman Framework distinguish several... Read More..

Janne J. Korhonen provides insights into how information technology can be applied strategically to catalyze organizational change and responsiveness. Drawing from both theory and practice, he discusses agile enterprise and its governance.

Janne J. Korhonen

Janne J. Korhonen is an independent business and IT consultant,specializing in enterprise architecture, business process management,service-oriented architecture and pertinent governance models. He has over ten years of experience as an architect and consultant in a variety of extensive and mission-critical IT projects. With strong theoretical underpinnings, his consulting encompasses systemic co-development of business, organization and information technology.

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