Thank you Dennis Mulder of Microsoft for this short but delightful interview. Check out the story on the value in achieving the CITA-Professional designation.
Paul Preiss talks about the ITABoK.
As we move along the roadmap to version 3.0 of the ITABoK (if you are not familiar with the ITABoK, read more here), I will overview each of our current working groups. In the Part I, we looked at the Iasa Engagement Model. In Part II of this series I will cover the Views and
Iasa’s focus has always been, and will continue to be, to empower aspiring and practicing architects to be business technology strategists for their organization. The ITABoK provides an awareness-level review of the broad set of skills every IT architect needs to be successful as a practicing architect. The process used to identify the skills is
As the IT Architecture profession evolves, we continue to expand and update our globally recognized IT Body of Knowledge (ITABoK) to version 3. The ITABoK, meant as a people framework as opposed to a process, methodology or standard, has been developed through a voluntary consensus process that brings together practicing architects devoted to closing the
I had the pleasure today of working today with Novak Ratkovic on a project related to architect education. Novak is a brilliant guy who asks tough questions. Exactly the type that I like the most. His question today was based on the 1 day Enterprise Architect Mindset class we will be launching shortly. His question revolved
Adventures of CITA-F Architect: Why and when does IT Architect need to create the business case for IT system?
The current business environment becomes gradually more global, more competitive, innovative, responsive and cost-sensitive. The organizations’ need for IT systems improving their efficiency and effectiveness, bringing innovation and enabling them to achieve competitive advantage constantly grows. Every IT system constitutes significant investment of the organization’s financial and time resources. Therefore, it also increases the demand
Welcome to the new ITABoK