Managing Complexity in Enterprise Architecture (Part III)
Part I introduced the Simple Iterative Partitions approach to enterprise architecture planning and Part II detailed its application. This paper discusses implementation considerations when using the SIP approach and the implications of introducing this concept in the organization.
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| This paper uses a case study to demonstrate the practical application of enterprise architecture to create business value.
| This paper discusses the implementation considerations of enterprise architecture planning. Often, enterprise architecture is undertaken from a modeling perspective overlooking a key question: does this enterprise architecture model support business ...
| This paper introduces a new approach to enterprise architecture planning called simple iterative partitions whose purpose is to reduce and manage the complexity in the process and its outcome.
| Part I introduced the Simple Iterative Partitions approach to enterprise architecture planning. This paper dives deeper into the mathematical model supporting the SIP approach and discusses ways to test enterprise architecture against this model.
| This paper argues that reducing IT complexity can reduce IT failure and save trillions of dollars worldwide.
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