Envisioning the Many Levels of Architectural Enlightenment

Posted January 29, 2008 | Leadership |

When I teach architecture courses, one of the things that I try to convey to the class is the different levels of complexity/interconnectedness/theory that exist within architecture. It is not the goal of the course to make people experts at metamodels, but it is important for an architect to understand that architecture is founded on architecture of its own.

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Mike Rosen
Mike Rosen is a Cutter Expert and a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. He is an accomplished architect, analyst, and technical leader with extensive experience in digital transformation, enterprise architecture, business architecture, service-oriented architecture, product strategy and development, software architecture, consulting and mentoring, distributed technologies, and industry standards. Mr. Rosen has 40 years'… Read More
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