Agility and Architectural Engineering – A New Knowledge Base Page

A few weeks ago I kicked off a new project aiming at closing the knowledge gap related to architectural concepts and methods, and how to integrate them with agile practices (see the blog post On Agility and Architectural Engineering). Today I released the first version of a dedicated knowledge base page consisting of selected resources … Continue reading Agility and Architectural Engineering – A New Knowledge Base Page

The Open Group Introduced New Standards Supporting Risk Management

At the latest The Open Group conference in London the Security Forum introduced version 2.0 of the Risk Taxonomy (O-RT) technical standard and released the new technical standard Risk Analysis (O-RA). The new version of the Risk Taxonomy standard incorporates some minor updates based on the feedback by practitioners that have been using it. As … Continue reading The Open Group Introduced New Standards Supporting Risk Management

No Politics, Just Great Architecture

A few days ago a friend of mine changed the short description of his business on his Linkedin page to the slogan: 'No politics, just delivery.'. What a brilliant slogan! He's working in the IT project business for many years and I assume that he's tired of all these projects that are heavily influenced by … Continue reading No Politics, Just Great Architecture

TOGAF 9.1 released

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