Tag: Intuition

Networks and Serendipity versus the Vested Interests

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Networks and Serendipity versus the Vested Interests

Let’s be clear.┬áSustainability is about a lot more than just environmental policy. Making our footprint on the planet bearable (for the planet) will only succeed on the basis of social equity and economic viability. And not everyone is delighted about that. All Your Natural Resources Are Belong To Us A few weeks ago I happened […]

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Requisite Scatter

Filed in Episode 2 by on June 14, 2013 0 Comments
Requisite Scatter

In my first blog on this site, ‘For What It’s Worth’, I referred to Ross Button’s Scatter Architecture.

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A Science of Enterprise Architecture? Really?

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A Science of Enterprise Architecture? Really?

I’ve seen quite a few discussions over the last couple of years about whether enterprise architecture (EA) is amenable to disciplined, rigorous methods – sometimes described as a scientific approach. A lot of what I’ve seen strikes me as anything but scientific.

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The “Answer” Is Always 42

Filed in Episode 3 by on March 20, 2013 4 Comments
The “Answer” Is Always 42

Douglas Adams, for those who may possibly not be aware of him, was an English author best known for his The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy series of books (originally a radio show).

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