Architect, Abstract Artist, or Cartoonist?

Posted March 10, 2021 in Business & Enterprise Architecture
Architect, Abstract Artist, or Cartoonist?
At certain rarefied levels of architecture, an architect may be operating in a mode that is closer to artistry rather than design. It involves weaving people’s mental models with the conceptual and logical models that represent things that might be on the ground today as well as tomorrow, so that architectural ideas find their way into decisions and actions that change the landscape and outcomes sought by the enterprise.
About The Author
Balaji Prasad
Balaji Prasad is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium’s Business & Enterprise Architecture practice. He is President of the strategic architecture firm, Eminnode LLC. Previously, Mr. Prasad served as an EA leader within Cognizant’s Global Banking and Financial Services Practice and as CTO and Chief Architect for various large enterprises, including EDS (now HP Enterprise Services), General Motors, OnStar, and The Hartford Financial… Read More
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