Monthly Archives: January 2009

Building an IT Governance Process

By | January 30, 2009

In this post, I will describe the IT governance committee for small and medium projects, their terms of reference and the scoring system for ranking projects. In September 2007, we started a process to use IT governance to help us manage the flood of proposals and project requests. Thanks to my colleagues Gary Lake and Dave Cresswell… Read More »

Thinking about frameworks and geometry

By | January 15, 2009

Mike Kavis‘ got me thinking about EA frameworks with his Twitter posts about the E2AF. The Zachman Framework was my first introduction to an EA framework in 2004 and it continues as a significant reference model for how I think about EA. Here is a slide of the Zachman Framework Version 2.  The geometry of Zachman sits in one and two dimensions. For… Read More »

The Evolution of my Global Network

By | January 12, 2009

A casual lunch room conversation crystalized something that has been in my thoughts over the past month. One of our Service Desk analysts commented about my posting of status updates.  He said “You sure love Facebook don’t you? You are always posting status updates. Is that all you do all day??”   I wanted to respond… Read More »