Lessons From Egypt

Posted July 26, 2011 in Business & Enterprise Architecture

I just returned from Cairo, Egypt, where I visited the Pyramids of Giza and other antiquities, as well as experienced some of the protests going on in Tahrir Square. As usual, I find it useful to draw parallels between things in the real world and EA. Here are three lessons that I took away from Egypt:

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Mike Rosen
Mike Rosen is Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium’s Business & Enterprise Architecture practice and its former director. 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… Read More
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