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I found the style of instruction to be supportive and informative. Kevin's spent time ensuring that each person attending the course understood the concepts and materials, not glossing over aspects that may be hard for us as a company or "selling" a prod - VP Portfolio Management, PPDI, USA, Sep 2010

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Yes - An EA program is a long and complicate work. With PEAF, we have a new approach, neither complex as TOGAF nor simple as several dynamic or light-weight architecture. That's a good way to start and to go further in developing EA. - Head of IT infrastructure division, AITA, MIC - Vietnam, Vietnam, Jan 2015

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In this section, we look at the Artefacts of POET that deal with the information required for Structural description and Transformational description. The WHAT. This is the smallest section in POET. Interestingly it is the thing that most frameworks and ontologies focus on, which when you see the other quite important things like Methods, Culture and Environment might make you wonder how much value they contain. It is understandable however, that people concentrate on Artefacts as they are very "tangible" and because many frameworks come from IT departments and IT people love structure. Methods, Environment and Cultural things are much harder to produce and therefore tend not to be produced.

 

Before you read the section, what are the fundamental Artefacts that you think are essential for Enterprise Transformation?

What things exist within your Enterprise in this regard today?




 

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