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“The course organized my knowledge and experience in enterprise architecture into a practical and pragmatic framework.” - Solutions Architect, Board of Equalization, USA, Jan 2015

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“Yes - Because it is straight to the point as opposed to what I found in Togaf approach.” - Architect, GRU Airport, Brazil, Jan 2015



Here we see how the Zachman rows maps to the POET rows.

POET recognises two things about the Architect Perspective (row 3) in Zachman:

¨      An Architect’s Perspective actually covers the Strategising to Initiating Transformation phases, utilising the Structural information from the Contextual to Logical levels, driven by the Enterprise Context.

¨      An Architect’s perspective also exists within all of these levels depending on whether the complexity of the work at each level warrants it.

POET recognises two things about the Engineer Perspective (row 4) in Zachman:

¨      An Engineer’s Perspective actually covers the Initiating to Transitioning Transformation phases, utilising the Structural information from the Logical to the Physical World levels, driven by the Conceptual level.

¨      An Engineer’s perspective also exists within all of these levels depending on whether the complexity of the work at each level warrants it.

 

Do you agree? If not, why not?

If not, how would you map these things?

 

 

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