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“Very good! The course gave me a great understanding of EA and how it is different from EITA.” - ESB Manager/Senior Systems Developer II, PPDI, USA, Sep 2010

Recommend PEAF?

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“Yes - One shop approach not covering only the pure EA but also some areas by others seen as "out-of-bounds" for EA (albeit missed few things). Less academic than TOGAF.” - Consultant, Own, Czech Republic, Jan 2015













The Type 1 EA is involved in Transformation. Not the Transformation of Operations (What the Type 2 does) but the Transformation of Transformation.

As such he also follows the standard Transformation phases of Strategising, Roadmapping, Initiating, Elaborating, Construction and Transitioning, but these phases should not be confused with the phases in the context of the work a Type 2 EA does. For example, the Type 1 Roadmapping work is not concerned with creating the Roadmaps of the Enterprise, it is concerned with the roadmap to increase the Enterprise’s Maturity in its use of EA.

Hence the phases we refer to here are the phases of the maturation of the EA capability.

 

Does anyone in your Enterprise perform these duties?

If not, who will perform them?

Are there people in your Enterprise already capable of performing these duties?

If not, where will you get them from?

 

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