Enterprise Architecture Turnaround Paperback – 20 Dec 2011
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I recommend this material to all IT management professionals, not just established IT Enterprise Architecture communities within large corporations. I am a Senior Manager, IT Projects with no formal architectural training. My experience matches that of the authors - that during the evolution of IT departments, architecture is often the least understood function and the last to be formalized. The implication being, many IT professionals are informally called upon to fill the architect role. This is necessary in smaller and less mature organizations to assure acceptable operations and project results. I believe "accidental architects" will find this book a helpful survivors guide
I was surprised at the ease with which I was able to read and understand this book. I highly recommend Enterprise Architecture Turnaround to anyone within or outside the Information Technology community who wants to learn more about or absorb new and useful information about Enterprise Architecture.
I have been desapointed throughout the book by the absence of useful architecture content. The rationale stating that the EA must be driven by last year investments is a nonsense. The so-called IDEA framework is just a mix of poor quality deliverables and unstructured process.
After having wasted my time and money on it, I tried to browse the book's website which seems to be closed and I cannot find anybody using this "framework" except the authors...