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!