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From the perspective of the entire Transformation domain, Architecture is performed more at the top of the stack and less at the bottom. Conversely Engineering is performed more at the bottom of the stack and less at the top.

The further down the stack we go the more concrete things become, and the further up the stack we go, the more abstract things become. This does not mean we are saying that there is no Engineering happening at the top and there is no Architecture happening at the bottom.

 

Does your Enterprise recognise that people working towards the top of the Transformation stack are more Architects than Engineers?

Does your Enterprise recognise that people working towards the bottom of the Transformation stack are more Engineers than Architects?

If not, does this create any problems?

Does this create any opportunities for education?

 

 

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