Joel Aantgoor, Founder of Origins and OPEN Business Leaders in the Netherlands, shares his experience building purpose-driven organizations which combine profitability, humanity and true leadership into functioning companies which work in a purposeful way. Joel shares with us his unique insights working with companies like Transavia on how leaders can grow and build. These
Business Applications Trends: 2016 The world of business applications is changing. Today most business applications still run as autonomous walled gardens. A CRM system bought and deployed by one department seldom talks to a supply chain management (SCM) system bought by another. But business applications already account for about $300 billion in global IT spend.
by E.G. Nadhan It was a wonderful experience presenting on IoT along with other distinguished speakers at the Feb 2016 Monthly eSummit. Interestingly enough, even before I started, there was an intriguing question posed in the session that preceded mine about the Return of Investment on IoT. A really good question given that digital transformation
by ARSALAN KHAN Organizational transformation entails understanding where the organization is today and where it wants to be in the future in terms of people, products/services, processes and technologies. In order to accomplish this transformation, we have to determine the organization’s ‘eligibility’ by assessing its strategy, politics, innovation, culture and execution (SPICE) factors. The SPICE
by ARSALAN KHAN Business transformation entails assessing people, processes and technologies of the organization in terms of current state (where the organization is right now) and future state (where the organization wants to be). In these assessments people, processes and technologies are not standalone areas but are part of an integrated and holistic organization. If
NauticEd CEO, Grant Headifen, discusses the importance of having a unique business model towards your success.
The development of a body of knowledge (BoK) is no small effort. At Iasa, we have been working to perfect a body of knowledge based on member accomplishments and contributions for over 10 years. We have been through many versions, although in the end we decided to set the official version number of this release
by Bhagvan Kommadi Once purely academic, open source is now enterprise ready. We have begun to see many customers build enterprise-specific platforms by choosing open source components during the architectural design process. Such projects in telecom, banking, financial services and insurance have begun to demystify "the myth of reuse" by using open source components selectively. As
By Gabriel Morgan Here’s a question that we all face: What are the challenges and the opportunities in getting your EA organization to partner better with vendors? What are the thresholds for to ensure that that partnership is beneficial to both sides? Traditionally, the vendor to customer relationship has been at best a slightly back
To build a successful solution architecture practice you must first understand the appropriate role and capabilities of a solution architect. We interview many organizations regularly about their current roles and the most common form of solution architecture is related to delivery of projects (of a certain size or higher). Although the vast majority of the