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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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  • LEGO and architecture principles

    LEGO and architecture principles

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    We all know LEGO. Those rock-hard bricks that keep reminding you for hours that you’ve just stepped on them. I’m kidding. We all know LEGO, of course, because we either played with it ourselves, or have children who did (or do), or have acquaintances with children, and so on and so forth. LEGO is a part…

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  • Enterprise Architecture craftmanship (1/2)

    Enterprise Architecture craftmanship (1/2)

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    During a summer holiday spent in Greece in 2021, I found the peace and quiet to reflect on my personal development within my workfield: Enterprise Architecture. In recent years, I have attended the most common training courses and completed certification programs (think TOGAF and ArchiMate), as well as all refresher courses. And yet… The feeling…

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  • Disruptive architecture

    Disruptive architecture

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    It happens quite regularly that an architect hears an organization express its desire to work under architecture. It might seem that such an organization is sufficiently aware of the benefits of working under architecture and it also realizes that a new way of working requires adjustments. However, practice is unruly…. When an architect enters an organization,…

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