Invisible EA -- A Myth or a Seamless Solution?

Posted November 8, 2006 in Business & Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise architecture, as with many other approaches or methodologies, is sometimes perceived as yet another buzzword or promise of paradise for managers, although not for operational workers for whom it may frequently be something abstract, incomprehensible, remote, and perhaps potentially dangerous. Among the few companies that have begun their struggle with EA implementation, only a minority can be described as really successful.

About The Author
Piotr Szabelak
Piotr Szabelak is a system architect at Infovide-Matrix (since April 2006). He specializes in enterprise architecture and has worked on several successful EA implementation projects. He previosuly worked in IT in government, where he gained a background in EA, project management, project portfolio coordination, IT security, and data warehousing/BI. He can be reached at pszabelak at
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