When we think about enterprise architecture, what comes to mind? Perhaps you consider frameworks, methodologies and formal processes that all sounds very scientific. But is there another side to what we do that makes us successful?
Malcolm Turnbull has embarked on a new dialogue with the nation defining a vision for his prime ministership and the nation's future. As he prepares the nation for change he is actively consulting with stakeholders, listening to their viewpoints and describing the business goals and principles. Is he our nation's most senior Enterprise Architect?
Innovation is particularly critical as the pace of the business world speeds up. For Australia, we've dropped 5 places down the international innovation scale in just six years. It's time we encourage a reframe of our collective and individual thinking to foster innovation.
Established businesses don't need to disrupt to succeed, they need to encourage adaption to emerging market trends and customer experiences.
To not embrace digital is to prepare to fail. Learn what not to do so you stay relevant in the digital economy.
Defaulting to a digital solution isn't always the correct answer. You need to understand your business drivers and apply smart, strategic thinking to understand your civic engagement model.