The Open Group hosted a tweet jam (#ogChat) to discuss the evolution of Business Architecture and its role in enterprise transformation. In case you missed the conversation, here is a recap of the event.
I’m often struck by the common vision driving many members in the audience – a vision of building cohesion in a business, achieving the right balance between competing forces and bringing the business strategy and operations into harmony. However, as with many ambitious visions, the challenge in this case is immense.
Earlier this week, we announced our upcoming tweet jam on Tuesday, March 19 at 2:00 p.m. PT/9:00 p.m. GMT/ Wednesday, March 20, 2013, 8:00 a.m. DST, which will examine the way in which Business Architecture is impacting enterprises and businesses of all sizes. The discussion will be guided by these six questions…
Continuing on the theme of predictions, here are a few more, which focus on global IT trends, business architecture, OTTF and Open Group events in 2013.
This is the final installment of a three-part series that discusses how our vocabulary affects the way we conceptualize Enterprise Architecture, Business Architecture and their relationship. To close, The Open Group’s Leonard Fehskens will consider the implications of a more inclusive concept of enterprise on the future of Enterprise Architecture.
This is a three-part series that discusses how our vocabulary affects the way we conceptualize Enterprise Architecture, Business Architecture and their relationship. This second installment will examine the effect of our definition of enterprise on how we think about EA.