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In my previous post, I expounded upon Hoebeke's (1994) notion that work is vertically organized as recursively interlinked work system domains and postulated a link between these structural domains and the ontological domains of the Cynefin framework (Kurtz and Snowden,... Read More..
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Work is Organized as a Holarchy of Viable Systems In his excellent book "Making Work Systems Better", Luc Hoebeke (1994) develops a work systems framework that provides an alternative to monolithic, hierarchic models of organizations. Arguing that the 'span of... 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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In my latest blog post, I outlined a five-scale classification of system views and discussed tentatively how those system views would pertain to Enterprise Architecture. In the following, I will elaborate on the systemic-structural underpinnings of each view and relate... Read More..

SOA Not?

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Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is touted as a "must have". Cherish it, or perish, says the IT analyst, as if SOA could be attributed some absolute normative value. However, SOA, as a technology, does not bring about business agility. In fact,... Read More..
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Recently, I have been writing quite a lot about Requisite Organization, a cognitive-developmental meta-theory of the organization. To put this rather abstract notion into a more concrete context, I will outline in the following a model of how to apply... 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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