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IMO, this book is like a good single grain malt, one that you want to sip very slowly & savor.
Ross, Weill and Roberston provide a well researched, clearly written approach for enterprise architecture and how it applied to business and technical strategy.
This book is an easy read and uses very simple words, business examples and analytical frameworks.
Excellent, very well written book, which helped me acquaint myself with Enterprise Architecture and its importance. Read morePublished 22 days ago by kristaq papa
underpins everything written about Enterprise Architecture. Very readable and accessible.Published 25 days ago by Christopher Moran
Excellent book, with much more specific and practical advice than books in this category typically offer. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Max
Its the text for a course I am taking but even as such it is very to the point. Its look at the corporate software architecture from the perspective of a CTO is very well... Read morePublished 2 months ago by David A. Manni
Book has a good overview for a strategic use of Enterprise Architecture, but some of the concepts should be updated to reflect the change in business in the past 8 years.Published 4 months ago by Turp