Avolution will host a webinar on behalf of the The Open Group entitled: 'Hybrid EA frameworks – TOGAF® 9.1 + ArchiMate® + BPMN + MoDAF/DoDAF = TOGAF®+?'. Join this hands-on webinar to learn how easy your EA metamodel can be extended and changed when using Avolution's enterprise modelling solution ABACUS®. I've been using the solution … Continue reading Upcoming Webinar on Working with Flexible EA Metamodels
The Open Group released Version 9.1 of TOGAF. According to this post of Andrew Josey and Garry Doherty version 9.1 is no major release but a maintenance update which includes over 450 changes to the standard. It is assumed to be upward compatible with version 9.0. Andrew Josey's and Garry Doherty's post summarizes some of the … Continue reading TOGAF 9.1 released
The Open Group's ArchiMate Forum is currently working on the version 2.0 of the ArchiMate specification. A company review was held on the member meeting in Austin (July 18 - 22, 2011). You find some very short proceedings of this meeting here. Currently the new version is still in The Open Group's standards development process, … Continue reading Waiting for ArchiMate 2.0
A fews weeks ago Nick Malik released version 3.5 of the Enterprise Business Motivation Model (EBMM) (see his corresponding blog post here). On the occasion of that new release I reflected the list of frameworks and conceptual models I know for documenting business models and strategy-related parts of an enterprise architecture. Actually this list is manifold. The … Continue reading Frameworks and Conceptual Models for Documenting Business Models and Strategy-related Parts of an Enterprise Architecture
My name is Dr. Stefan Malich and I devote myself to the disciplines of enterprise and software architecture. I started my career as a freelance IT consultant and software developer. In 2001 I joined the global management consulting company Accenture. Within the consulting business I developed many architectures and led several architecture teams mainly in … Continue reading Welcome to the Architectural Change Management Blog!