Digital Transformation Takes a Managed “Messy” Architecture

Posted October 9, 2019 in Business & Enterprise Architecture
Messy architecture

Digital transformation has hit a wall. The need for reinventing how we think about and approach archi­tecture is becoming ever more prevalent, especially if an organization is to truly become Agile.

About The Author
Michael Papadopoulos
Michael Papadopoulos is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business & Enterprise Architecture and Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence practices, and also Chief Architect of Arthur D. Little’s UK Digital Problem Solving practice. He is passionate about designing the right solutions using smart-stitching approaches, even when elegance and architectural purity are overshadowed by practicality. Mr. Papadopoulos leads… Read More
Olivier Pilot
Olivier Pilot is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium’s Business & Enterprise Architecture practice and a Senior Architect with Arthur D. Little’s UK Digital Problem Solving practice. He has broad experience across a range of projects involving enterprise and solution architecture. Mr. Pilot's focus areas include digital strategy, Agile digital solution delivery, design and architecture, and design thinking innovation. His recent… Read More
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