Business Architecture and Accountability to Business Intent

Posted February 29, 2008 | Technology |

The term "business architecture" means many things to many people. Perhaps this is due to its peculiar combination of the term "business" with the term "architecture." Since architecture is generally discussed in reference to the IT community, the juxtaposition with the term "business" is somewhat unsettling. What does it mean to architect a business, after all?

About The Author
Neal Mcwhorter
Neal McWhorter is a Principal at Enterprise Agility, a specialty consulting firm focusing on business architecture and business engineering. Enterprise Agility provides senior leadership, mentoring, and training to organizations that are attempting to engineer a more agile approach to their business automation efforts in order to provide more direct control of business rules and processes to individuals with operational business responsibility.… Read More
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