Interesting stuff from September 25th through October 16th

The periodic round up: The Paradox of Preparing for Change – Given that we will live through many changes in the course of our life, Hagel posits that the best preparation for those changes is to determine what WON’T change – what are our core...

a helicopter view of enterprise architecture

Over the last couple of years, I’ve read a number of posts by Nick Malik around his Enterprise Business Motivation Model. I’ve also had a look at the Osterwalder and Pigneur Business Model Generation effort. Nick tried to reconcile Osterwalder’s...

How do we handle change?

[One of a series of posts posing questions that enterprise architecture can answer] How do we handle change, whether we’re making it ourselves or it’s being imposed on us by the business environment? Change is a business constant. On any given day, a business can look...

How can we invest to business advantage?

[One of a series of posts posing questions that enterprise architecture can answer] How can we ensure that we invest time, money and resources to our best business advantage? In most businesses, it’s not a shortage of good ideas to pursue or problems to fix that is...

How do we get management conversations “on the same page”?

[One of a series of posts posing questions that enterprise architecture can answer] When we’re busy with our own little part of the world, it is sometimes difficult to notice how our colleagues in other parts of the business are getting on (or not), and easy to...