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In a recent poll conducted by IDG Research Services, it became very clear that there was a lack of understanding in some corners of the enterprise about the Enterprise Architecture team and its important role in influencing the corporation…
Given the pace of change in business today it should come as no surprise that Enterprise Architecture (EA) has begun to take center stage. Traditionally, EA has focused on architecting the technology landscape towards cost-efficiency.…
In a newly published 451 Research Report, analysts Carl and Lehmann and Liam Rogers said, “Planview is crafting a strategy beyond the PPM and EA markets to carve a niche in what it believes to be a broader ‘work and resource management’…
When it comes to aligning technology and the business, how does your Enterprise Architecture (EA) team stack up? More than likely, they are respected for their technical acumen, but misunderstood when it comes to their role in the company.…

Raising Your Enterprise Architect’s Profile

Tired of waiting for an invitation to the executive table? Maybe it’s time Enterprise Architects framed technology discussions in a business strategy context to earn their seat at the table. Stepping up your profile makes it easier to prove…

Extend Enterprise Architecture Data Across the Business

Most software companies have a regular launch cycles. But Troux 13 is anything but a regular launch. At first blush to those familiar with Troux, it may look like a makeover: it’s definitely a great-looking (and great-to-use) product. But…

Doing the Right Things, the Right Way – with Expert Colin Scott

Whether you welcome it or hate it, change typically comes with a unique set of challenges. In the most recent “Ask the Expert” webcast, Colin Scott introduced the idea of active inertia. He talked about how the apparent resistance to change…

EA Planning: Developing a Common Framework and Language

When three groups with diverging interests and vocabularies come together for enterprise architecture planning, it is easy to miscommunicate when trying to prioritize expectations, issues and objectives. I’m delighted to have the…

Enterprise Architecture

Today's organizations require a well-defined enterprise architecture (EA) practice for conducting enterprise analysis, design, planning, and implementation for the successful development and execution of strategy. The Enterprise Architecture blog category dives into principles and practices that help guide organizations through the business, information, process, and technology changes necessary to execute their strategies. Read our best practices on how to better communicate and drive business transformation. Get information on aligning your capabilities to company strategy. Get insights from experts and step-by-step advice on fostering successful change management to encourage business-centric conversations about technology. You’ll also get tips to translate business strategy into IT strategy, ensuring you can be more collaborative in helping the business make smarter decisions.