Welcome to the Model Driven EA blogThis blog is about creating and using models in Enterprise Architecture in order to create value for organisations engaged in Enterprise Architecture, and I’m not talking about IT architecture. I will try and share some of my experiences and ideas on using models in EA.
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In my last post I have written about the concept to compare Enterprise Architecture with the Matrix. In short: free your mind and open up for all the possibilities. There is no reason to stay inside the boundaries provided by … Continue reading
I recently finished reading Moneyball, the Michael Lewis bestseller and slightly above-average Hollywood movie. It struck me how great baseball minds could be so off in their focus on the right metrics to win baseball games. And by now you know … Continue reading
How does an Enterprise Architecture and a Business Model work together? Successful organisations are those that improve and innovate their Business Models to find a profitable niche against their competitors. But a new Business Model alone is not enough. It … Continue reading
TOGAF® and BIAN – A strong proposition for the Banking Industry By Thomas Obitz, KPMGEarlier this year, a working group led by Paul Bonnie, ING and I published a white paper on the integration of TOGAF® and BIAN, the framework … Continue reading
MEGA International invites you to view a brief video to get an executive perspective on the benefits of embracing enterprise architecture. While enterprise architects have long been aware of the broad business value of EA, not all potential stakeholders have … Continue reading
1: It must have a repository (a real repository) Many tools can create drawings, e.g. Visio, but for a modeling tool to be efficient, it must have a repository to save, reuse and analyze the objects that is being created on the … Continue reading
I don’t know why everybody has so much trouble figuring out the difference between Conceptual, Logical and Physical… let me explain this one more time… via Conceptual, Logical, Physical: It is Simple by: John A. Zachman.