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The course was very good. I could have used 1 more day, make it a 5 day course to fully grasp the large amount of material. - CEO, Kennedy Consulting, USA, Aug 2013

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Yes - simplicity and clarity vs. alternatives - Consulting Architect, Architectonics NET, USA, Jan 2015

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Architecture and Engineering map on to the fundamental phases of Transformation, and within each phase (depending on the Complexity of the information being worked upon).

Consequently the reality is a (potentially confusing) mixture of Architecture and Engineering which probably goes a long way to explain why there is such confusion and debate about how they are related and where they fit into the Transformation cascade. The truth is, they fit everywhere!

 

Do people in your Enterprise who work in the Strategising phase think of themselves primarily as Architects or Engineers or a mixture?

Do people in your Enterprise who work in the Roadmapping phase think of themselves primarily as Architects or Engineers or a mixture?

Do people in your Enterprise who work in the Initiating phase think of themselves primarily as Architects or Engineers or a mixture?

Do people in your Enterprise who work in the Elaborating phase think of themselves primarily as Architects or Engineers or a mixture?

Do people in your Enterprise who work in the Constructing phase think of themselves primarily as Architects or Engineers or a mixture?

Do people in your Enterprise who work in the Transitioning phase think of themselves primarily as Architects or Engineers or a mixture?

 



 

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