There’s been a long-running thread on LinkedIn about the purpose of enterprise-architecture. Started by Kevin Smith of Pragmatic EA fame, the aim was to provide the shortest-possible summary of the business-purpose for EA. For a long while most of the …
Tag: narrative knowledge
Another week, another year: the usual collection of Tweets and links after the ‘Read more…’ link.
Listening to a podcast with Patti Anklam on the InMagic social-knowledge website – ‘Today’s collaboration imperative: a podcast with Patti Anklam‘ – reminded me of her previous posts some months back on the ‘Three KMs’, three distinct layers of knowledge-management …
Another (somewhat late) collection of Tweets and links, following the ‘Read more…’ link:
Running badly behind on these: this one’s already more than two weeks late – apologies. More after the ‘Read more…’ link, as usual.
It started, as these things so often do, with a Tweet on Twitter. (This has turned out to be an enormously long post – I’d better put a ‘Read more…’ link in here before continuing.)
Another week’s collection of Tweets and links on enterprise-architecture and other assorted matters Once again it’s a little late (apologies), and again a bit on the long side (6 pages), so click on the ‘Read more…’ link for the details.
Late with this one – apologies. As usual, the list of Tweets and links is after the ‘Read more…’ link.
Back with another stack of Tweets and links – not quite as many as last week. More after the ‘Read more…’ link, anyway.