This is a must read for both IT & business folks alike.
Ross, Weill and Roberston provide a well researched, clearly written approach for enterprise architecture and how it applied to business and technical strategy.
I love the fact that this book is a relatively slim volume, with a very readable style.
i don't understand ,maybe my knowledge is not sufficient,i scan the book,and a little i could understand better,most of the book i don't know it means.Published 4 days ago by wyxz125
Jeanne Ross and her associates Peter Weill and David Robertson started out with a research study back in 1995. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Carlos Orozco
I enjoyed reading this book but I find that it is a little more academic than I was expecting. It focuses on a top down approach where everything is defined before. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Devore
In my mind there was a gap between Enterprise Architecture and IT Governance. This book fills that gap perfectly. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thiru Arasu
just started a new job and this book showed me how it works from a business angle. quick read -get it if you sell enterprise softwarePublished 4 months ago by donnie ginkus
I've been interested in and studying the craft of Enterprise Architecture for the past three years and only recently purchased this book because I had read many of the others, this... Read morePublished 4 months ago by L. Johnson
I can speak from experience since I have ordered this book multiple times and given it as a gift to executives so they can understand the concepts of this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lee Williams
Great book. It lays out the foundation for a strategy for enterprise architecture and how it could be applied based on a company's operating modelPublished 6 months ago by rich