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The Enterprise Architecture matters book

The Kindle book “The Enterprise Architecture matters blog” answers all your EA questions. They were the outcome of years of working in the field of Enterprise Architecture. The book is a collection of blog posts in the domain of Enterprise Architecture.

Here are the chapters of the book, each containing a few articles on the issue in the title:

The enterprise problem and the EA promise

What EA is and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The scope of EA EA benefits and the value it returns

EA deliverables and its purpose

What EA does or should do

The EA design and visualisation

The EA Business Architecture, capabilities, value chains & streams

The EA IT architecture

The people architecture, the EA organization layer and culture

EA governance, principles and budgeting

How to create, market and communicate EA

The EA role in the enterprise and its transformation

On the relation of EA to strategy, transformation, innovation…

Who does EA, the architect role, skills and recruitment

EA training, certification and higher education

EA politics

EA roadblocks and myths

EA and the complexity and chaos in the enterprise

The EA framework definition, categorisation and patterns

EA frameworks and tools

The critique of illuminated EA approaches

The state of Enterprise Architecture and its future

SOA and Enterprise Architecture

The Cloud and the enterprise

The GODS business architecture and one page EA

The GODS-FFLV Framework

And also on the EA theme

All books 



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