Posts by Hugh Evans

Webinar: Sketching a Roadmap for EA in the Age of Digital Disruption

Some of you might have caught my webinar last week ‘Sketching a Roadmap for EA in the Age of Digital Disruption’. If you didn’t you can check out the recording and download the slides from Slideshare in this post.

Will Digitization Disrupt Your Career?

Have you stopped to think what impact digitization is likely to have on your career?

EA @ The Open Group News

EA Featuring at the London Open Group Conference in October

EA is very pleased to be playing a key role at the London Open Group Conference “Business Transformation in Finance, Government and Healthcare” being held October 21-25 at the Central Hall Westminster.

Creativity is the Next Competitive Advantage

Do you value creativity in your organisation? In his book A Whole New Mind: Why Right-brainers will Rule the Future, Daniel Pink says we have entered the ‘Conceptual Age’ of creators and empathizers, where creativity will become the competitive difference. He outlines six essential elements: Design, Story, Symphony, Empathy, Play and Meaning.

A short-time ago I spent 3 days with a swarm of highly creative business people in Amsterdam at a Business Models Inc event

9 Trends for Business and Architects in 2013

At Enterprise Architects we are always thinking about what is important to business and how business and technology architecture can bring more value.  Right now we are focussing on some important trends that business and architecture practitioners should follow in 2013.

INFOGRAPHIC: The EA Headspace

The world of business is enormously complex and diverse and the boundaries of enterprise are constantly changing, as are the rules of the game.  So – what matters to an architect? The EA Headspace infographic is a fun way to communicate what’s on the mind of our team here at Enterprise Architects.

A License to Work

Look in various business and technology architecture forums on LinkedIn and you will see hundreds of attempts to define enterprise architecture.  The debate rages about whether business architecture is part of EA, what it takes to be an architect, and whether architects can even rightly use a title that is hard-earned by the ‘real’ architects in the construction industry.