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The PEAF course experience leaves me wanting to get started, and implement what I learned. I am not confused as to where to start. - EA consultant, Elyon Strategies, USA, Jan 2015

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Yes - Personal recommendation is different from use professionally in my organization. Personally, the simplicity in approach is helps a beginner and intermediate users to gain footing in EA. - Student, IGNOU, School of Computer Sciences, India, May 2012

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Communication and education is one of the keys to mitigating many of the risks associated with adoption EA. For this reason, good quality and continuous education is mandatory if Enterprise Architecture is to be a success.

IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS, OR YOU DO IT BADLY, YOU WILL FAIL.

Education and Training consists of two main areas:

      Formal classroom based information and knowledge transfer.

This is kind of education is required to be able to present and transfer key knowledge and information about Enterprise Architecture, what it is consists of and the mechanics of how to adopt and operate it.

      Informal discussions, workshops and round tables.

This kind of education is required because there will be many questions and reticence on the part of some groups or individuals consisting of worries, misunderstandings and existing "baggage" that, if not tackled and tackled successfully, will totally undermine and erode an EA initiative.





 

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