How was Training?


“I liked the course a lot, give me a lot of clarity of what EA means and how large and holistic it is. Even though a read the materials on the web only until we got the course I could get the meaning of them” - Associate Director (EA), PPDI, USA, Sep 2010

Recommend PEAF?


“Yes - Because it is a solid example of a modern enterprise architecture framework, as it has special emphasis on being pragmatic and also it covers more than IT architecture. As a researcher, I have gained lots of insights by comparing PEAF to the more "traditional" EAFs like TOGAF.” - MSc. Student, Sharif University of Technology, Iran, Jun 2012

POET uses the MAGMA ontology to allow an Enterprise to describe the Transformational information required to effect the transformation of a domain from one state to another and notes that this information can exist at different levels of Idealisation/Realisation.

¨      Motivation - The reason we are transforming, our goals, our requirements.

¨      Actions - The tasks we need to execute in order to achieve those goals and satisfy those requirements.

¨      Guidance - The things that will guide others as the Actions are executed.

¨      Measures - The metrics that will allow us to know if we have achieved our goals and satisfied our requirements.

¨      Assessment - The reasons that led to us choosing the Actions.


What ontology do you use to completely define the transformational  elements of your Enterprise?

Are you missing anything?



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