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November 2010 Archives

EA budgeting depends how the EA activity is conducted at a point in time: is it a project or a Business As Usual activity (BAU)? Companies sometimes rely on short burst of activities (projects) to establish the EA foundations. And then continue with BAU. Or establish directly an EA practice. Projects... Read More..
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An EA architect does not have to provide business views. This is the business of business professionals. The architect should supply though the EA framework, the component repository, guidelines... for all stakeholders to use in producing their own views so that they fit back in the whole. Views are unlimited... Read More..
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The question was raised in a LinkedIn discussion. Do Enterprise stakeholders need a simple business architecture like the one proposed in previous posts?True, most Enterprise Architects are not asked to do Business Architecture. A reason is that, it is not the business of IT to describe how the enterprise operates... Read More..
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EA, extended to or over its limits, maybe about strategy, transformation and in general about all things related to an Enterprise, depending on whom you are talking to. In practice though, an architecture is a set of integrated blueprints.Let's take an example: a city has an urban architecture described by... Read More..
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Let's say you have the task to improve the sales department workings in the context of the enterprise. Use business architecture. This has nothing to do with IT or technology, though. To align sales and service operations with the organization, one has to understand the interactions with other functions and, indeed, the... Read More..
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Adrian Grigoriu blogs about everything relating to enterprise and business architecture, SOA, frameworks, design, planning, execution, organization and related issues.

Adrian Grigoriu

Adrian is an executive consultant in enterprise architecture, former head of enterprise architecture at Ofcom, the spectrum and broadcasting U.K. regulatory agency and chief architect at TM Forum, an organization providing a reference integrated business architecture framework, best practices and standards for the telecommunications and digital media industries. He also was a high technology, enterprise architecture and strategy senior manager at Accenture and Vodafone, and a principal consultant and lead architect at Qantas, Logica, Lucent Bell Labs and Nokia. He is the author of two books on enterprise architecture development available on Kindle and published articles with BPTrends, the Microsoft Architecture Journal and the EI magazine. Shortlisted by Computer Weekly for the IT Industry blogger of the year 2011.

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