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Architecture Roadmapping

Architecture Roadmapping is an important part of Enterprise Architecture. The creation of a roadmap enables an organization to develop initiatives that are in line with defined goals and corresponding objectives. In effect, a roadmap represents the realization of the organization’s strategy, visualized in concrete and defined steps. A roadmap cannot be created without goals and […]

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Strategy Execution

Strategy Execution

In today’s rapidly changing business landscape, it’s not enough to have a great strategy. It is equally important to be able to execute it effectively. Being able to execute the organizational strategy creates business value. And that’s where Enterprise Architecture comes in. By leveraging Enterprise Architecture, for example, organizations can concentrate on strategy execution. This […]

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Value-driven Architecture

Values are a core part of how an organization operates. Making architectural decisions based on these values creates a value-driven architecture. Value-driven architecture is an approach to designing and implementing architectural solutions for systems and software that prioritizes delivering value to stakeholders. It places an emphasis on aligning architectural decisions with the goals and objectives […]

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An Author’s Journey

My book Getting Started with Enterprise Architecture is now in stores. A sentence I never thought I would be able to utter a few months ago. When I started writing my book in early 2023, I never dreamed that I would be holding a physical copy in my hands just 11 to 12 months later. […]

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Dynamic Capabilities

Dynamic Capabilities

In the dynamic world of business, organizations must continuously evolve and adapt to remain competitive. The strategic management of capabilities is crucial for achieving this, with dynamic capabilities and original capabilities representing two fundamental paradigms. In this blog post, we delve into the concepts of dynamic capabilities from an architecture perspective, clarifying their similarities and […]

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Organizational Architecture Hierarchy

Organizational Architecture Hierarchy

There is some form of hierarchy in every organization. It is almost a necessity. And while many organizations try to make the distance between the layers of the organizational hierarchy as transparent and as small as possible, few really succeed. Nevertheless, hierarchy is simply necessary for good business. The same is true in the field […]

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