How EA Shapes Urban/Transportation Planning, Part II

by Ken Orr

In my last Advisor ("How EA Shapes Urban/Transportation Planning," 7 October 2009), I restated some of the reasons that my colleagues and I have chosen urban (and transportation) planning as the model for thinking about EA while developing the Business Enterprise Architecture Modeling (BEAM) methodology. The main reason, as I wrote, is that urban planning much more closely represents the kinds of complexity (networks of systems) and communication (intra- and interorganizational) issues that one finds in real-world EA work.

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How EA Shapes Urban/Transportation Planning, Part II4 November 2009

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