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  • Blog Post: EA Debt

    (Note: I've added an addendum to this post) It has been many years that we have lived with the concept of technical debt. Martin Fowler did a good job of describing the concept in a 2003 article on his wiki. Basically, the idea is that you can make a quick-and-dirty change to software. You will have...
  • Blog Post: The “Right” Representation of the EA Value Cycle

    In the world of Enterprise Architecture, we are still creating “shared” understanding of how to tell our stakeholders what we do.  There is no consistency in our diagrams or our descriptions just yet.  This post will discuss the different ways we present the value stream of Enterprise Architecture...
  • Blog Post: Do you address the complaint, address the root cause, or both?

    Imagine a future where robots run the hospitals as a way to cut health care costs.  A robot ambulance pulls up to the door of the Emergency Room with an unconscious patient.  The robot triage nurse connects electrodes to the patient and notices a low heart rate, low blood pressure, and intense...
  • Blog Post: A roadmap to BPM democratization

    A few days ago, I blogged about a talk provided by Phil Gilbert at the BPM2010 conference .  In that talk, Phil made a compelling case that the smart people who are working on BPM systems and solutions are WORKING ON THE WRONG THINGS.  It was a clarion call to action.  Phil had to leave...
  • Blog Post: Enjoying the BPM 2010 Conference

    The field of Business Process Management is not a huge field, but I believe it to be an important one for empowering the transformation of businesses.  As an Enterprise Architect, my mission is to accelerate that transformation.  Therefore, to be aligned to my own mission, I support the increased...
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