Architecture skill and competency coaching Home News Details Architecture skill and competency coaching Faced with the challenge of addressing digital transformation and the need for companies to remain competitive, CIO’s, Chief Enterprise Architects and Strategists are presented with the expectation that IT and Architecture teams need to keep abreast of priorities and deliver viable solutions to address complex business transformation and emerging technology challenges. To address these challenges, many companies chasing already tight deadlines or lacking the experience and skills in-house, react by calling on specialist consultancies who are tasked with the business critical [...]
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EA Maturity – what’s the fuss? Home News Details EA Maturity – what’s the fuss? In a recent conversation with prospective client, I was advised that he was brought into the business to establish their Enterprise Architecture practice. I was taken back by this, as the company was a well-established large corporation, the type of business I assumed had an existing functional EA capability. My immediate thought was of how I felt about using their services when travelling next. My ‘fear’ abated when recalling that all organizations have Enterprise Architecture even where this is [...]
Primary colours, a baseline colour code for business transformation Home News Details Primary colours, a baseline colour code for business transformation In a recent marketing meeting we were discussing our Company logo. In particular that the use of primary colours was no longer relevant or suitable for today’s ‘digital’ business environment. On exploring why the colours were used in the first place, we were reminded of the origins of our logo and the use of primary colours to represent what is today a globally recognised logo in Enterprise Architecture (EA) training. Fundamentally red, blue, [...]