Focus on Key Uncertainties to Let Good Architecture Emerge

Posted January 6, 2021 | Technology |
Focus on Key Uncertainties to Let Good Architecture Emerge
It is a given that architects need to find ways to address the “absolutes” around a solution — the things that we know to be true for sure — in an effective, efficient, and elegant manner. Yet solving problems that truly matter generally involves a high degree of uncertainty. Unfortunately, the more ambitious the objectives, the more unfamiliar the context, and the bigger the unknowns, the greater the likelihood that those uncertainties — when unaddressed — will impede the emergence of a good architecture.
About The Author
Olivier Pilot is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium 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 sample engagements include the design and delivery of a… Read More
Michael Papadopoulos is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium, Chief Architect of Arthur D. Little’s (ADL's) UK Digital Problem Solving practice, and a member of ADL's AMP open consulting network. 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 the scaling of multidisciplinary organizations by focusing… Read More
Michael Eiden is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium. Dr. Eiden, who serves as Head of AI at Arthur D. Little, is an expert in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) with more than 15 years' experience across different industrial sectors. He has designed, implemented, and productionized ML/AI solutions for applications in medical diagnostics, pharma, biodefense, and consumer electronics. Dr. Eiden brings along deep… Read More
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