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Enterprise Architecture Planning: Developing a Blueprint for Data, Applications, and Technology
More advanced than traditional system planning approaches, Enterprise Architecture Planning (EAP) outlines a stable business model independent of organizational boundaries, systems and procedures; defines data before applications; and allows data to determine the sequence for implementing application systems. This invaluable book offers a common-sense approach to EAP and i ...more
Paperback, 392 pages
Published October 1st 1992 by John Wiley & Sons
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This book provide pratical step-by-step procedures to conduct enterprise architecture planning. The procedure it self is prety much straight forward. This is actually a good and bad thing. The good thing is we can follow the steps and this book will act like a guidance. But sometimes, as TOGAF pointed out, the planning procedures or progress needs to be circular. In the real world sometimes we need to make a decision about some plan, without knowing all the necessary information. Like when we de ...more
Aug 26, 2008 Spe rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone interested in EA
Recommended to Spe by: John Zachman
The best book ever written about Enterprise Architecture. Despite being written almost two decades ago, it's still the most relevant and practical guide to EA for visionary business leaders and CIOs.