- What architects should be doing (and mostly aren’t)
- When will enterprise architecture really make a difference?
- IT filled with teams “preserving knowledge” is doing it wrong
- Top level metrics for the business to direct IT
- “If an experiment is sweet, you go ahead and do it” doesn’t belong in business
Tag Archives: knowledge management
Most IT systems deployed to this point are designed to do two things: monitor and control operations, or portray information (e.g. business intelligence systems). Knowledge management was brought forward as a third leg — capturing, coding and using knowledge gained … Continue reading