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inspiring and less (if any) bullshit bingo as expected - Technical Architect, Freshfields, UK, Sep 2010

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Yes - Practical, pragmatic and understandable - Director, DB Global Solutions Limited, UK, Jan 2015

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1.     Since the release of PEAF v2 in 2010, it became apparent that some things that PEAF contained, applied not only to the Enterprise Architecture domain but to the wider Enterprise Transformation domain. For this reason, POET was created and the things in PEAF that applied to the whole Enterprise Transformation domain were moved into POET. In addition, because POET now considered the wider Enterprise Transformation domain there were new things that were added to POET.

2.     PEAF v3 was then created by taking the things from PEAF v2 that were purely concerned with the Enterprise Architecture domain, adding more things, and restructuring the content to conform to the new structures that POET had created..

None of this was pre-planned.

A quote from Douglas Adams expresses it nicely:

"I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be."

- Douglas Adams, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul







 

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