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Adventures of CITA-F Architect Part 2: Can consulting IT architect comprehend the business?

In my consulting practice I predominately observe the “tell me what you want and I will build it” approach of IT guys to the way they introduce the IT solutions. This approach stands in contradiction to this advocated by IASA CITA-F and BTS courses. IASA strongly recommends that IT architects must acquire business acumen so

Adventures of CITA-F architect: Can IT architecture be repeatedly successful?

The following blog post opens series of articles devoted to my personal experiences, reflections and conclusions gathered during introducing into practice the material covered in the IASA CITA-Foundations course. Recently I completed the CITA-F course (tutored by an outstanding instructor Brian Loomis). Furthermore, I have managed to pass the CITA-F exam (which was mentioned as