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101 Lessons From Enterprise Architecture: A succinct collection of useful tips and guidelines Paperback – April 9, 2015
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About the Author
Roger Evernden has been working as an Enterprise Architect since 1984. He was an enterprise architect at Westpac when it pioneered business agility and a component-based framework in the 1980s, and developed the Information FrameWork (IFW), which has been the architectural framework for IBM's financial service sector since 1991. His article about IFW was published in IBM's Systems Journal in 1996. When he was consulting with IBM he pioneered business architecture, industry reference models (including the first capability model), and the notion of architecting through information. In 2003 Butterworth Heinemann published his first book, "Information First" - a practical guide for managing complexity and change using EA techniques. Following a 3 year engagement as Enterprise Architect at Lloyds Banking Group he is now an independent consultant working as a trainer, mentor and coach with organisations around the world, helping to establish their EA disciplines and adapting best practice to client needs. He is also a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium.
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