Gartner Research defined enterprise architecture as the process of translating business vision and strategy into effective enterprise change by creating, communicating and improving the key principles and models that describe the enterprise’s future state and enable its evolution (Anne Lapkin, 2009)
More universities and colleges are identifying enterprise architecture as an important instrument to help it to manage its strategic ICT development. JISC supported pilots in applying Enterprise Architecture (EA) in HE have established a workable approach to EA with a strong emphasis on the strategy and institutional governance and a pragmatic ambition in respect of the depth to which EA can be applied across an institution.
Continuing from my last post, the next part of the programme technical journey focuses on Cluster B projects: T-Sparc, PALET, UG-Flex and PREDICT who all had a broad common theme of organizational change.
In many ways this cluster represents the 'business end' of the programme. With Cardiff, Greenwich and City Universities all having pretty robust [...]
Archi, the free, open-source ArchiMate modelling tool funded by JISC and developed at CETIS is now being used in Russia thanks to the translation work done by Anatoly Levenchuk of TechInvestLab in Moscow. We spoke to Anatoly about his work...
Sam Rowley of Staffordshire University has written a fantastic blog post about how the Enable Project used ArchiMate to secure approval for an application to support external examiner appointment and reporting processes. Sam’s write-up is so full of useful insights into the process of modelling, and how it facilitated conversations between stakeholders, [...]
I used storify to crowd source a view of the keynote presentations from #cetis12.
Here it is:
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