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Year: 2022

  • The need for capability-centric collaboration

    The need for capability-centric collaboration

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    We all see it happening in our organisations: the formation of teams and working groups that pour their heart and soul into solving the next problem deemed important. From different units, key players are brought together to take up the current challenge with all available hands and resources and make it a success. It is…

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  • Ignorance is why Enterprise Architecture fails

    Ignorance is why Enterprise Architecture fails

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    Who says ignorance is bliss? Ignorance is the main reason why Enterprise Architecture fails in an organisation. More specifically, organisational ignorance is the main cause of the continuous immaturity of Enterprise Architecture within an organisation. That is, if you’re lucky… Usually, it is this ignorance that leads to a complete failure of Enterprise Architecture. I have discussed Enterprise Architecture’s…

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  • Making sense of strategy

    Making sense of strategy

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    A lot of organisations are struggling with their strategy; more specifically, they are struggling with the translation of their strategy to its execution. Making sense of strategy is challenging. Last month, I presented a webinar, ‘Making sense of strategy‘, during which I showed the audience how one can get from strategy to execution by using real-world examples. For…

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  • Untangle complexity using Enterprise Architecture

    Untangle complexity using Enterprise Architecture

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    We have all had to deal with a difficult business related issue at one time or another. One that made us think: how are we going to tackle and solve this? To be honest, I think that we adults are used to seeing things as too difficult. That it is in our nature to overanalyse.…

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  • The Art of Architecture

    The Art of Architecture

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    The art of practicing architecture lies not in creating slick visuals, nor in meticulously capturing every possible piece of data and detail of and for an organisation. No, the art of architecture is the dialogue. Of course, an architect must possess the necessary knowledge and skills to conduct this dialogue and therefore attending training courses and…

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  • Enterprise Architecture craftmanship (2/2)

    Enterprise Architecture craftmanship (2/2)

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    Recently, I posted the first part of my journey towards the Master Certified Architect certification. Below, you may read the second part. In the first part of this post, I ended with my submission of three Experience Profiles, each of which had to be completed by answering some twenty-five to thirty questions. The candidate pursuing for the Open CA certification is…

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  • Why architecture in healthcare stays immature

    Why architecture in healthcare stays immature

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    Not long ago, I was talking with a fellow architect from Switzerland about the use of architecture tooling in the healthcare industry. Since we both have a background in this sector, our conversation quickly moved in the direction of Enterprise Architecture in healthcare in a general sense. It didn’t take us long to conclude that…

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