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So You Think You're Doing Enterprise Architecture

        posted by , June 02, 2011

Have you ever been to a sales conference and heard the question — what is sales? Probably not. At EA conferences the question is asked all the time: what is Enterprise Architecture?

There are numerous definitions of EA and schemes for measuring EA maturity (often based on CMMI). At the end of the day the maturity of your EA is proportional to the value you provide.

Value Based EA Maturity Model

Score the value of your EA program.

Enterprise Architecture Value

Your value score is a good indication of the maturity of your EA program — independent of your approach.

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