Recently, a fellow Enterprise Architect reached out and asked my opinion on his article. Below is my response: • Enterprise Architecture has many definitions. Here is one that I tried to create in 160 characters. “EA bridges business and IT via enterprise integration/standardization resulting in people becoming more efficient and effective in … Continue Reading What’s Wrong With My Enterprise Architecture? – a response
Thank you to the readers in 72 countries that read my articles in 2013. Following are the top 5 articles that you have been interested in: 5 Observations on Being Innovative (at an individual level) 5 Observations on Being Innovation (at an organizational level) Future Considerations for Kodak 5 Factors … Continue Reading Top 5 Articles of 2013
Last week, NASDAQ was closed for ~3 hours due to a software/computer glitch. Within 24 hours of this incident, the NASDAQ OMX CEO came on the news explaining what happened. Various news outlets criticized the company for not coming out sooner and informing the general public. On the surface, this … Continue Reading What should NASDAQ OMX, SEC and Congress do?