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Two enterprise-architectures

What is enterprise-architecture? That’s, uh, one of the more awkward questions of the trade… (Quick summary: if you ask a dozen enterprise-architects, you’ll probably get at least a hundred different definitions… or just ‘It depends…’ 🙂 ) In the continuing spirit of

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‘No jobs for generalists’ – a summary

Why is it so hard for enterprise-architects and other generalists to get employment as generalists – despite the evident very real need for such skills in the workplace? And what part do current business-paradigms play in this problem? At first glance

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Yet more on ‘No jobs for generalists’ [3e]

Why is it so hard for enterprise-architects and other generalists to get employment as generalists – despite the evident very real need for such skills in the workplace? And what part do current business-paradigms play in this problem? [[This post has been

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Yet more on ‘No jobs for generalists’ [3d]

Why is it so hard for enterprise-architects and other generalists to get employment as generalists – despite the evident very real need for such skills in the workplace? And what part do current business-paradigms play in this problem? [[This post has been

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Yet more on ‘No jobs for generalists’ [3c]

Why is it so hard for enterprise-architects and other generalists to get employment as generalists – despite the evident very real need for such skills in the workplace? And what part do current business-paradigms play in this problem? [[This post has been

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Yet more on ‘No jobs for generalists’ [3b]

Why is it so hard for enterprise-architects and other generalists to get employment as generalists – despite the evident very real need for such skills in the workplace? And what part do current business-paradigms play in this problem? [[This post has been

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Yet more on ‘No jobs for generalists’ [3a]

Why is it so hard for enterprise-architects and other generalists to get employment as generalists – despite the evident very real need for such skills in the workplace? And what part do current business-paradigms play in this problem? A quick round-up of

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Yet more on ‘No jobs for generalists’ [2]

Why do enterprise-architects and other generalist disciplines find it so challenging to prove the value of their work? Why does it seem that there are ‘no jobs for generalists’? And what can we do in practice to resolve this challenge?

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Yet more on ‘No jobs for generalists’ [1]

Why is it so hard to prove the value of generalist disciplines such as enterprise-architecture? And what can we do in practice to resolve this challenge? As I see it at present, there are three distinct yet interrelated parts to

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More on ‘No jobs for generalists’

Wow… My previous post ‘There are no jobs for generalists‘ certainly touched a nerve: it’s been my most popular post for months, with so far (barely a day later) well over 1,000 reads, and some 35 ReTweets so far on

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