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Anatomy of Agile Enterprise
Janne J. Korhonen provides insights into how information technology can be applied strategically to catalyze organizational change and responsiveness. Drawing from both theory and practice, he discusses agile enterprise and its governance.

  • Fly Your IT Higher to Avoid Turbulence
    Information Technology is dead, long live Information Technology! Traditional IT departments are said to be dying. However, the amount and importance of information is not decreasing. Quite in contrary. New digital business poses new requirements as to how to lead...

  • Three Breeds of CIOs
    I have earlier suggested that Enterprise Architecture be designed and built around organizational accountability levels and be divided vertically into three distinct yet interlinked architectures. It can be further argued that all IT work in organizations falls in respective "IT...

  • Espoused EA and EA-in-use
    In their seminal work on human and organizational learning, Chris Argyris and Donald Schön (1974, 1978) make a distinction between espoused theories and theories-in-use. Espoused theories are accounts of a person's or an organization's actions given to others, while theories-in-use...

  • Tripartite Approach to Enterprise Architecture
    I recently co-authored a journal paper [1] on Enterprise Architecture, in which we propounded that architectural work in an enterprise be designed and built around organizational accountability levels and be divided into three distinct yet interlinked architectures: Technical Architecture, Socio-Technical...

  • How Information Systems Learn
    In his book "How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They're Built," Stewart Brand notes that building architectures are mainly designed from the spatial perspective, whereas the temporal dimension receives less attention. Building on the notion of Shearing layers, he states...




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