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Very comprehensive. Good coverage of topics. - Senior Architect - Applications, RMIT University, Australia, Aug 2010

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Yes - Zachman provides a series of tools, emphasizing the descriptive. POET pays attention to continuity, all the methods from a closed loop; in addition, POET attention to corporate culture, which is driving changes in the core, though it sometimes is th - IT Manager, JOEONE Company Limited, China, Jan 2015

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It can be easily misinterpreted (and often is) how Pragmatic uses the word Transformation.

It is possible for people to believe that the word Transformation (as we use it) is used specifically because it means something different to the word change.

"I don't believe that Organisations are under a constant pressure to transform, but they are under pressure to change. I think there is a fundamental difference between change and transformation. Transformation is the re-inventing of an Organisation and effects the majority of the organisation itself. Change is more subjective and specific in nature and delivery. Therefore transformation is NOT a normal event within an organisation and therefore doesn't require a permanent "C" position"

- Patrick (LinkedIn)

Pragmatic makes no such distinction. We use the word Transformation to mean any and all change. A general noun to refer to many other nouns that, at a fundamental level, mean the same thing.



 

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