How was Training?

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“Very positive. The instructor was very knowledgeable and passtionate about the subject.” - Technology Architect, Freshfields, UK, May 2013

Recommend PEAF?

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“No - I don't have a good practice of PEAF” - CEO, DATA CONSULTING GROUP, Ivory Coast, Jan 2015







Here we see some criteria that we will use to analyse and compare PEAF, TOGAF and Zachman:

Transformational Focus

¨      Strategic - Frameworks that score highly here are ones whose remit is more towards the Strategising, Roadmapping and governance of Initiating phases of the Transformation domain - the domains typically associated with Enterprise Architecture.

¨      Project - Frameworks that score highly here are ones whose remit is more towards the Initiating, Elaborating, and the governance of Construction phases of the Transformation domain - the domains typically associated with Enterprise Engineering.

Structural Focus

¨      Enterprise - Frameworks that score highly here are ones whose remit is more towards the structure of the entire Enterprise without limitation - the domain typically associated with Enterprise Architecture.

¨      IT - Frameworks that score highly here are ones whose remit is more towards the structure of only those parts of the Enterprise consisting of IT and the other parts of the Enterprise that are connected to IT in some way - the domain typically associated with Enterprise IT Architecture (EITA).

Content

¨      Detail - Frameworks that score highly here are ones that are large and contain massive amounts of detail.

¨      Usability - Frameworks that score highly here are ones that are easy to understand, use and deploy.

 

Are these reasonable criteria?

If not, what criteria would you use?

How would you score each Framework?

 

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