Wed, 6 February 2013
The classic CMMI-style approach to gauging and managing maturity isn't viable for modern architecture practices. Process-centric maturity that presumes a lock-step progression and a binary view of maturity is unrealistic. Experience in maturing Enterprise and Business Architecture practices reveals that a more flexible, artifact-centric and technique-driven approach is more pragmatic. In this session, architecture expert Kyle Gabhart presents a rubric-style approach to promoting mature architecture practices.
Direct download: Whymaturitymodelsdonotworkinarchitecture_480x320.mp4
Category:Enterprise Architecture -- posted at: 11:48am EDT