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January 18, 2013 – Enterprise architecture is evolving with more business outcomes in mind, though there are clear strategic moves that separate the best and worst projects, according to a Gartner expert.

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Comments (4)
EA isn't IT architecture. That is a piece of it, but not the most important one. Changing or transforming what the business is at its core is real EA. Analytical and design models can help. EA is the way an organization looks at itself, measures itself and its willingness to change that is most important. There are tools, frameworks and various disciplines on the market that can help. It is all about transformation and making the process of doing transformation as important as doing the budget.
Posted by Greg_Michelson G | Monday, January 21 2013 at 3:20PM ET
That's interesting. I stumbled on point (4): Too much standardization. I thought that the EA community starts with the basic assumption that "standardization is good". How comes the authors find "too much standardization" being a bad thing. What kind of unintended negative consequences of standardization result? Are there any practical examples what happens if too much standardization is pushed forward by EA?
Posted by Alexander T | Friday, January 25 2013 at 4:40AM ET
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