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I would like to share my takeaways from the workshop, following Krish's blog post. As you can see from the accompanying photo, this hands-on workshop was held in a compact and cosy room which makes it even more interactive.  Consequently, there was constant exchange of thoughts, questions and answers between everyone in the room, instructors and students alike. A few such exchanges are worth sharing with the wider audience of architects in this forum. It seems like a monumental effort to attempt to populate an enterprise anatomy, given that it represents the ontology of the holistic enterprise.  While this effort cannot to be under-estimated, it was generally...
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It’s has been hectic year as I travelled along with John for the "Zachman Certified Enterprise Architect" Workshops. The most interesting part of such trips is to meet practitioners, business leaders, etc. and learn new aspects of Enterprise Architecture. Every city (Sydney, Washington, Colorado Springs, Green bay, Stavanger, London etc.) brings new set up people and their questions. Every time, I meet participants and they do have some idea of Zachman Framework as the graphic is easily available for download. Unfortunately, most of them have limited insight to utility of framework in real life. In fact, one of the participant, who...
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