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Crossing the EA Chasm: Graphitization of ArchiMate 3.0 – Iteration 2

COPYRIGHT © 2016-2017 by Michael Herman, Toronto, Canada. All rights reserved. First Draft: April 5, 2017 This article documents a number of parallel efforts to improve the usability, understandability, utility, and correctness of the ArchiMate 3.0 Specification. In particular, this … Continue reading

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Crossing the EA Chasm: ArchiMate 3.0, fix it or re-purpose it?

COPYRIGHT © 2016-2017 by Michael Herman, Toronto Canada. All rights reserved. It is the end of January 2017 and, recently, there has been a lot of discussion in the LinkedIn ArchiMate group about the ArchiMate language for enterprise architecture (EA), … Continue reading

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Crossing the EA Chasm: Re-visioning ArchiMate 3.0 Elements as Adjectives [WIP]

COPYRIGHT © 2016-2017 by Michael Herman, Toronto Canada. All rights reserved. [NOTE: This is a work-in-progress (WIP) placeholder for an article I plan to write …likely sooner rather than later …but there’s no specific schedule.] Basic Concepts: Nouns and Adjectives … Continue reading

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Crossing the EA Chasm: Re-visioning ArchiMate 3.0 Relations as Verbs

COPYRIGHT © 2016-2017 by Michael Herman, Toronto Canada. All rights reserved. [Updated: February 6, 2017] In the article Crossing the EA Chasm: Re-visioning the ArchiMate Specification, I proposed a new architectural framework for re-visioning the current ArchiMate 3.0 Specification. In this article, I … Continue reading

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Crossing the EA Chasm: Reflections on the Current State of ArchiMate

COPYRIGHT © 2016-2017 by Michael Herman, Toronto Canada. All rights reserved. HBR: Great CEOs See the Importance of Being Understood It is very interesting to read the above HBR article and then reflect on the current state of the ArchiMate … Continue reading

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Crossing the EA Chasm: Re-visioning the ArchiMate Specification

It’s not a typo.  “Re-visioning” is the right word; one part, re-envisioning, and one part, revisioning: re-visioning of the ArchiMate 3.0 Specification. This article presents a new architectural point-of-view for describing the ArchiMate language based on a layered architecture reference … Continue reading

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Crossing the EA Chasm: ArchiMate Art

As we research new and interesting ways for visualizing enterprise architecture models, we sometimes discover the “unexpected”. Check out these visualizations of visualizations.   Best regards, Michael Herman (Toronto) *ArchiMate is a registered trademark of The Open Group

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