Articles By David Wright

Where, Who, When and Why of Business Architecture

Where, Who, When and Why of Business Architecture

Where, Who, When and Why of Business Architecture  Where - Locations in Which the Business Operates This is something that is...

July 3rd, 2012 David Wright
The "How" of Business Architecture, usually known as Process or Function

The "How" of Business Architecture, usually known as Process or Function

  The functions/processes a business performs can be described in multiple ways in Architecture. Even the meaning of the words...

July 2nd, 2012 David Wright
The "what" of Business Architecture, commonly known as ‘data’

The "what" of Business Architecture, commonly known as ‘data’

  ‘Things of Interest’ to a business means a business wants to remember what it knows about those things. In...

June 29th, 2012 David Wright
Architecture – who is John Zachman?

Architecture – who is John Zachman?

  Who is John Zachman?  (from www.zifa.com) John A. Zachman is the originator of the "Framework for Enterprise Architecture" which has...

June 28th, 2012 David Wright
Why do we need architecture for information systems?

Why do we need architecture for information systems?

  Why do we need architecture for information systems?Actually, why do we need architecture for anything? Why don’t we just...

June 27th, 2012 David Wright
Both Data and Processes need Rules

Both Data and Processes need Rules

Just as data needed DBMS, and process needed BPMS, business rules need Business Rules Management: BRM, and the systems to...

March 28th, 2012 David Wright
Predictable Change in Business Processes

Predictable Change in Business Processes

Business Processes change a lot, but a little analysis of the nature of these changes reveals that they are of...

March 26th, 2012 David Wright
Why are business processes frozen?

Why are business processes frozen?

  Business Processes are the life fluid of an Enterprise, moving and shifting to respond to ever changing business environment. They...

March 26th, 2012 David Wright
Are we past the period of "Agile vs. Traditional"arguments?

Are we past the period of "Agile vs. Traditional"arguments?

Are we past the period of "Agile vs. Traditional"arguments?Using Twitter and various industry newsletters, I try to keep up on...

March 9th, 2012 David Wright

Using requirements tool remotely.

I have just realized that my last post here was months and months ago... probably due to a combination of...

January 18th, 2012 David Wright