Book: Systems Thinking in Enterprise Architecture
John Gøtze firstname.lastname@example.org Anders JensenWaud The overall theme is whether and how enterprises can apply systems thinking in enterprise architecture, for business transformation and enterprise alignment. Enterprise architecture is essentially about making an enterprise working coherently with its strategy, business and technology, and hence become a viable system. The enterprise architecture community is starting to realize that systems thinking is a valuable way of thinking about the viable enterprise and how to architect it.
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