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Enterprise Architecture As a  Baseline for Changing Digital  Enterprise

Enterprise Engineering  |  Enterprise Diagnosis  | Enterprise Manufacturing

Enterprise Architecture is an evolving discipline that is focused on creating structured set of descriptive representations relevant for describing an Enterprise and being employed such that an instance of the Enterprise can be created and such that the descriptive representations serve as a baseline for changing the instantiated Enterprise. It's often misunderstood as "Enterprise-wide IT" architecture. The idea of Enterprise engineering, enterprise diagnosis, enterprise manufacturing are still evolving.

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What's your best bet to learn these evolving and high-impact skills? 

Trial and error, IT vendors or enterprise doctors 

What's your best bet to learn these evolving and high impact skill? Trial and error, individual consultants, experts who are good at IT skills with little insight to enterprise strategy? How about professionals with vendor specific tool knowledge? A pharmacist or compounder are important skills and can provide medication to patients, but they need a doctor's prescription.  We are discussing about architecture of an enterprise. We need enterprise doctor.  A multi-disciplinary skill that ensure that Enterprise teams from Sales, Marketing, Support, Production, Engineering, R&D, Finance, HR, Legal, Information Tech etc. are identifying the areas to make the changes for becoming digital-ready.



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Currently, we are working on ever-expanding content library that we are beginning to categorize to help our subscribers access what they need.

We mean different architecture models such as business strategy models, business process models, system models, technology models (network models, application models, UI model, security model, data models, etc.), implementation models, operating models. Although the Project owner tries to create the value proposition, the development stakeholders tackle their own concerns and issues.