Introduction to Architecture Boot Camp

Introduction to Architecture Boot Camp

If you’ve arrived at this page, it’s because you have indicated interest in the introduction workshop and want a further description. It was created as an 8 hour workshop to give the attendee information they need to know about architecture, what it is, the terminology around it, samples of it, and the various specialized architecture disciplines within it such as Data Architect, Solution Architect, Enterprise Architect, Technical Architect. It is…

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Architect Types

Architect Types

Title Current Role Interests Current Skill Apprentice Architect General IT staff: Developer Analyst Technologist, PM Project Interest; Terminology; Pondering a field in IT Architecture IT analysis, design Construction project management staff management IT Architecture Manager or Director Senior Business or IT Leaders CIO, CTO, Business and IT Strategists PMO and Project Managers Executive Level Understanding of process, approach and benefits of architecture. Strategic planning, IT portfolio management; IT & Enterprise…

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Chief Architect’s Big Three Secrets for Enterprise Architecture Planning

Chief Architect's Big Three Secrets for Enterprise Architecture Planning

In a previous article, the spotlight fell on three biggest risks the Chief Architect needs to manage before moving onto something less tactical.  Consider now the area of strategic planning and opportunities in your future state landscape.  Three key sources that the chief architect needs to explore are: CEO’s Top Strategic Drivers CIO’s Primary Concerns Enterprise Portfolio Management In fact, the CEO owns, knows, eats and breathes their top three…

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Chief Architect’s Big Three Strategy Secrets

Chief Architect’s Big Three Strategy Secrets

Sounds like a pretty salesy headline, doesn’t it?  Well – I’ve got you reading and that was my intention.  It’s the same attention that you need to pay to your enterprise, your business or your organization.  Times are tough out there, and companies need you more than ever to demonstrate value, but also to roll up your sleeves and help to keep your company afloat. There aren’t great job descriptions…

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