Recently, I shared my experience leading the first Web Jam within The Open Group Cloud Work Group. We are now gearing up to have another one of these sessions – this time around, the topic being CIO priorities as driven by Cloud Computing.
First Open Group Webjam — Impact of Cloud Computing on our Resumes
The Open Group conducted its first ever webjam within The Cloud Work Group last month. A Webjam is an informal mechanism for the members within a particular work group with a common interest to have an interactive brainstorming debate on a topic of their choice. Consider it to be a panel discussion — except everyone on the call is part of the panel! I coordinated the first webjam for The Cloud Work Group — the topic was “What will Cloud do to your resume?”
Five Types of Bad Chief Architect Characters – We Have The Whole List!
By Håkan Edvinsson and Peter Tallungs We have looked at some of the extreme personality types of chief architects to provide some hints on how to
Secrets Behind the Rapid Growth of SOA
Service Oriented Architecture has been around for more than a decade and has steadily matured over the years with increasing levels of adoption. Cloud computing, a paradigm that is founded upon the fundamental service oriented principles, has fueled SOA’s adoption in recent years.
PODCAST: Exploring business-IT alignment: A 20-year struggle culminating in the role and impact of Business Architecture
Listen to our recorded podcast on defining the role and scope of the Business Architect, or read the transcript. This podcast was recorded by Dana Gardner of Interarbor Solutions in conjunction with The Open Group Conference, Austin 2011.
Enterprise IT’s Inflection Point!
Of late, the online media is flooded with plenty of articles/opinions on the future of Enterprise IT and CIO roles in next decades. Why do we see such futuristic, inspirational, transformational viewpoints doing the rounds these days? I strongly believe that Enterprise IT is at its inflection point due to two main mega trends happening in the industry.