How Can Enterprise Architects Add Value in Turbulent Times? On: 09/09/2009 Views: 2293
This article discusses the global economic collapse, its imperatives for business decision makers and the actions enterprise architects can take to help their organizations.
So far, in the past 12 months, the American taxpayers have shelled $23 Trillion on corporate socialism - bailing out "too big to fail" financial institutions. The big surprise could've been the price tag. It could've even been the fact that no one could foresee it - yes the orgy went on for 8 years and no one apparently saw it. But to me it is: nobody got fired!
But we digress.
So let's pretend that this "once in a lifetime" "economic tsunami" or the "great recession" or whatever the pundits - of course, these same pundits could not apparently see it coming - are calling it these days is a key business driver for decision makers at all levels in the organization. Is there something enterprise architects can do to help cope?
This article discusses the global economic collapse, its imperatives for business decision makers and the actions enterprise architects can take to help their organizations. Can enterprise architects help do more for less? Can enterprise architects help squeeze costs out of existing infrastructure and projects? Why of course. Then what have you been waiting for? But we digress.
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