EA is all about triaging data points and making important decisions.
But when the business no longer has time to think about future state, blueprints and roadmaps a.k.a. the key bits an enterprise architect spends their efforts on, how does the enterprise architecture team demonstrate its value to the business?
In March 2020, our Enterprise Architecture team partnered with leaders across Australia & New Zealand to evaluate the state of the EA capability post-outbreak.
The 22-page report delves into tough questions of leading enterprise architects around how the virus has impacted their organizations; what it means for the architecture team, most interestingly, how they can use this as an opportunity to re-invent traditional enterprise architecture as we know it.
Download the report to read on.
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About the Enterprise Architecture Summit
The 3rd Enterprise Architecture Summit is design to navigate these challenges; along with a new set of cross-industry experts who will be taking conversations to the next level, each providing a targeted focus across 6 key themes, all of which seek to enable improved outcomes in support of rapid organisational change. Learn more here. https://www.iqpc.com/events-enterprisearchitecture/
Enterprise-architecture teams can play an integral role in transforming companies with technologies. New survey findings and firsthand experience highlight the practices that matter most. This report was authored by Sven Blumberg, Oliver Bossert, and Jan Sokalski at McKinsey & Company, and Prof Sharm Manwani at Henley Business School. This ongoing study has been conducted under a joint partnership with McKinsey & Company and Henley Business School.
You can contribute to the ongoing survey here.