Power To The People: How to Deal With Business Architecture Resource Challenges

By Whynde Kuehn | 6 August 2018

Subscribe > Here we go for another round in the “How To Deal” series. In this post, we will be StraightTalkin’ about how to get creative with some tricky business architecture resource challenges. If you’re working on an established business architecture team, this might be just-in-time advice you need. If you are part of a […]

Leaving a Legacy: How to Deal With Legacy Business Architecture Challenges

By Whynde Kuehn | 16 July 2018

Subscribe > We’re back with another installment in the “how to deal” series. This post focuses on how to deal with legacy business architecture challenges (a.k.a. you realize the business architecture knowledgebase you built is not quite right). This is a common situation for business architecture teams which have been at this for awhile—though there […]

How to Deal With Strategy Challenges: Bad Strategy, Non-Strategy, No Strategy

By Whynde Kuehn | 2 July 2018

Subscribe > Our next few posts will focus on some more advanced situations that we business architects often run into. We call this the “how to deal” series. If you are in the throes of a maturing a business architecture practice, these posts might be right on cue to remind you that you’re not crazy […]

The Business Architecture Sherpa Series – Frequently Asked Business Architecture Questions, Part 2

By Whynde Kuehn | 18 June 2018

Subscribe > In this installment, StraightTalk Post No. 30, we have the second half of the questions and answers (#11-#20) to our top 20 FABAQ (Frequently Asked Business Architecture Questions), which help you understand and help you help others understand the importance and value of business architecture. Feeling smarter already? P.S. Just in case you […]

The Business Architecture Sherpa Series – Frequently Asked Business Architecture Questions, Part 1

By Whynde Kuehn | 4 June 2018

Subscribe > StraightTalk Post No. 29 is all about answers to everyone’s FABAQ (Frequently Asked Business Architecture Questions) and there are lots of them. Why are we doing this? First, because we’re here to help you understand. That is what StraightTalk is all about. Second, because we want to help you help others by arming […]