How was Training?

more

Intense and in all parts applyable to my own organization. - Enterprise Architect, Malmo, Sweden, Oct 2013

Recommend PEAF?

more

Yes - Much better model for learning EA than others due to simplicity of design versus convoluted other models. Anyone of reasonable intelligence can pick it up and leanr it, while other frameworks have an overly ritualized system and often require a heavy IT backgroudn to understand. - consultant, Flynn Enterprise Management, USA, May 2010

  Introduction   Context   Methods   Artefacts   Culture   Environment   Adoption  

Desktop

Mobile

 

<< Previous <<

>> Next >>

When a cycle to increase maturity is executed, it needs to be understood that there is a time lapse between making the investment to increase maturity and reaping its benefits.

Indeed, with the introduction of any change, there is a slight decrease in value gained initially (known as the Chasm of Procrastination) while the changes are bedded in, followed by a steady increase in value as the changes take effect, which then flattens out when maximum value from those changes has been achieved.

It is also pertinent to contrast people's expectations of the value of changing something with the actual value of changing something.

In general, people overestimate the short term value and underestimate the long term value.

 

Do people in your Enterprise understand that increasing maturity in anything will initially reduce value?

What do people in your Enterprise do, to span the Chasm of Procrastination?

 

 

2008-2016 Pragmatic EA Ltd