Given current drive towards externalized service delivery, organizations are re-examining operational performance asking do I have the right people in the right place to realize gains in productivity, quality, and organizational efficiency?
Irving, TX (PRWEB) June 21, 2010
These abstracts provide the enterprise architect's contract with the public they serve and consist of two to three short paragraphs for each chapter. Written for executives and practitioners, each chapter abstract presents what the public can expect of the Enterprise Architect in a given practice area. This public contract is what every enterprise architect will internalize in order to become a professional.
Topics like setting up a practice, including legal, ethical and financial considerations; individual ethics; accreditation; and the appropriate problem space of enterprise architecture together guide enterprise architects in fulfilling their professional obligations and educate the public as to appropriate expectations in the fulfillment of these obligations.
Enterprise Architecture | A Strategic Differentiator
We have developed a short brochure to help answer questions about enterprise architecture and the Center for Advancement of the Enterprise Architecture Profession - follow the link above to view our first release of this foundational artifact.
Wanted | Seeking Non Technology Executive for Board of Trustees
We are currently seeking business executives to advise CAEAP on industry transformation. This is a volunteer effort and is not time consuming.
Contact us at director(at)caeap(dot)org with your thoughts and feedback.