The Modern Enterprise Architect

Organizations have long struggled to optimally align their assets with their business strategy in order to drive execution and to deliver business outcomes. This is where the enterprise architect comes in.

Throughout the past decade, this role has drastically changed. Today, enterprise architects have a myriad of responsibilities, including helping to bridge an enterprise's future strategy with implementation issues. This requires them to have a holistic vision as well as diverse work experiences.

Today's enterprise architects can be looked at as trusted advisors, internal management consultancies, a sounding board, educators, and visionaries. They are both the catalysts and guides to successfully moving the business to its future state.


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Understanding Enterprise Architecture in 2019

Leading organizations use enterprise architecture frameworks as guides and inspiration on the types of deliverables they might create. EA is a discipline that is continuing to evolve investment deliverables.


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It's Time for the "Business Versus IT" Debate to Be Over

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