Enterprise Architecture as a Transformation Capability

Posted April 4, 2018 in Business & Enterprise Architecture

We believe that at the heart of the ability to manage an ongoing and multilayered organizational transformation rests a sophisticated enterprise architecture capability with a specific charter to act as a transformation engine connecting strategic intent and execution excellence.

About The Author
Stefan Henningsson
Stefan Henningsson is a Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant. He is an Associate Professor at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, where he researches strategic management of IT resources. Dr. Henningsson completed his PhD at the School of Economics and Management at Lund University, Sweden, with a ­thesis entitled “Managing IT Integration in Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions.” He has researched how companies such as Cisco Systems, SAP,… Read More
Gustav Toppenberg
Gustav Normark Toppenberg is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium’s Business & Enterprise Architecture and Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies practices. He is an Enterprise Transformation Executive with 20+ years of experience. His background includes building and leading transformational efforts for both small and global companies with a focus on business, data, and digital domains. His professional experience… Read More
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