In the recent posts, I discussed about the changes in the Zachman framework 3.0. also discussed about the prevailing myths about the framework. Thanks for the overwhelming response and of course several questions as well ;-).Some questions related to - what's the difference between primitive and composite? Why do you need primitive models ? how these concepts are helpful in the context of business process modeling? How to use the primitive to create the target business process diagram? What are the limitations of the approach which doesn't consider the concepts of primitive models ? Check the 5 part videos.
On behalf of iCMG management and the jury, I am happy to invite nominations for the world’s most coveted Enterprise & IT Architecture Awards. If you want your hard work, and achievement gets noticed - a coveted award will help you to compete better. Earn the honor, recognition and respect you deserve.
There are 10 such quotes. These quotes are related to issues like enterprise objective, status of "strategy" within the enterprises, the need for traceability across the enterprise structural elements, how does IT (Information Technology) people perceive enterprise objective, how does a CEO of an enterprise perceives IT, need for simulation to understand impact analysis, idea vs. instantiation, changing external environments, complexity management, what makes the enterprise dysfunctional, need for architecture and of course the idea of lean enterprise.
This year, if you look the diversity, experience and the influence these speakers bring to the table, it will amaze one and all. A deputy Chief Minister & a Finance Minister, Inventor of Enterprise Architecture, Inevntor of term "BPM", Director-IT of Telecom Operator, Chief Architect of Oil & Refinery services company etc.
The “Business Categories” consist of excellence in five key areas such as Business Process Management, Customer Oriented Business Models, Growing business in new territory or new service offering, Business Intelligence and Analytics, and Startups.
The “Enterprise (Business & IT) category” consist of excellence in 6 areas such as Transformation and Planning, IT Landscape Rationalization, Architecture Governance, Best Green Architecture, Acquisition and Mergers and Enterprise Architecture.
This is the time of the year when professionals around the globe with interest in Architecture discipline assemble in the Bangalore every year to discuss and share their experience. The occasion is the iCMG annual Enterprise & IT architecture summit, this year it happens to be the sixth edition. Don’t come alone, bring your A team who are critical in shaping the future of your systems and business in the next 12 months.