Maand: februari 2016

Business-centred ArchiMate

Introduction This article attempts to reconcile the ArchiMate modelling language with Business-Centred design principles, principles I strongly advocate. ArchiMate as a language (or, as some would say, a grammar, since a rigid definition of its semantics does not exist) is very “traditional” in the sense that: it is very IT-centric it explicitly invites the modeller to use a data-centric world view it does not exploit the power of distributed systems (for example as it should be doing with...

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Kantelen met enterprise architectuur

Hierarchy and Holacracy team structures | Source: Niet alleen in Nederland maar wereldwijd is er een ontwikkeling gaande in de relatie tussen werknemers en bedrijven. We zien dit op een aantal aspecten. We zijn aan het kantelen. Ten eerste in het toenemende aantal zzp’ers (of ZP’er, Zelfstandige Professional, zoals ze zich vaak liever noemen). In 1996 waren er nog 330 duizend personen werkzaam als zzp’er, inmiddels zijn dat er ruim 800 duizend (2014) (bron:...

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Requirements Management and TOGAF

… or any Enterprise Architecture framework. As you may know TOGAF puts Requirements Management in the centre of its ADM method: TOGAF ADM As one might expect, since this aspect of enterprise architecture is so prominently placed, it will be given a lot of attention in the TOGAF standard, right? Not so. The number of pages dedicated to this phase in the ADM in the 9.1 version of TOGAF is 8 pages. Preliminary 12 Architecture Vision  10 Business Architecture  14 Information Systems...

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