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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