EACBPM 2014 – Some conference themes


Back home after an inspiring and entertaining EA & BPM conference. There was way too much going on to wrap it up in a short blog post, but here are some themes that stick with me after the talks and informal discussions.
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Some take aways from the 23rd BAEA Café with Chris Potts

Always inspiring, a seminar by Chris Potts. So I was keen on joining this evening’s EA Café about linking enterprise architecture to enterprise investment. If you haven’t read his books or participated in one of his workshops, I strongly encourage you to do so. Here are some things and questions that stuck with me today.
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Simplicity and change

[Cross-post from the Dutch version for AE.]

The twentieth BAEA Café was once again very inspiring. Koen Knaepen, known from the COSTA model, talked about how your approach to modelling may help or impede business architecture from improving an enterprise. Tom Graves (twitterblogCafé slides) moved enterprise architecture’s focus away from IT and towards people.

Some take aways from this seminar:

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