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  • Value-driven Architecture

    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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  • From Post-Its to Principles

    From Post-Its to Principles

    Some time ago, I’ve had the pleasure of sitting down with a group of knowledgeable people for the purpose of establishing basic principles for an organisation.  Of course, the Post-Its (sticky notes) were the first thing people reached for when I suggested expressing our thoughts regarding what was really important to the organisation. Sheets of…


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  • Untangle complexity using Enterprise Architecture

    Untangle complexity using Enterprise Architecture

    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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