Read the latest blog from our series explaining the benefits from of TOGAF and Enterprise Architecture for the various types of stakeholder. This week: The IT Organization
A video guide outlining the contents of TOGAF 9.1 and how it can benefit you and your organization.
Well it turns out that some of the billboard headlines for TOGAF are the same: TOGAF is billed as the cure for all enterprise woes, as the silver bullet for IT development, or the one-stop solution for cutting costs and simplifying infrastructures. But when you get a bit more inquisitive it turns out that although it could be the answer everyone’s been looking for, it is actually just one of many new management ideas that require a lot of effort if they are to be successful.
One of the key changes to the TOGAF® Standard in April 2018 was the decision to move the reference models out of the normative...
Architects sometimes see the ADM as reactive, but EA should never be passive - it needs to respond to concerns, but add architectural thinking and then make a unique contribution to stakeholder needs. This blog explains some of the proactive aspects of ADM that are not so obvious.
In this case study we examine the three types of gaps in enterprise architecture and how to manage transition from Current to target Architectures.
The elements of TOGAF cover the entire lifecycle for Enterprise Architecture (EA), right from setting up EA as an idea within an organization, to creating and maintaining established Enterprise Architectures.
Read this blog to understanding the benefits from TOGAF for different types of stakeholder: The Business User
Read this TOGAF blog: 'TOGAF: What's the Difference Between Scope and Partition?' to better understand the criteria of both scope and partion in the TOGAF framework.
In this TOGAF blog we discuss the 7 habits of any highly successful Enterprise Architects