Doug is an Enterprise Architect and Information Management Consultant with over forty years of management and practitioner experience in Enterprise Architecture, enterprise process management, enterprise data management, and information systems development.
He is the author of the Erickson Methodology for Enterprise Architecture, a methodology based on the Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture.
Doug has extensive business and information management experience based on his work with engineering and manufacturing companies, electric utilities, natural gas distribution companies, airlines, the U. S. Army, major insurance companies, and state government agencies.
His work is the subject of several articles and has spoken at Enterprise Architecture seminars and conferences in North America, Europe, and Australia. The Erickson Methodology for Enterprise Architecture and the results it produces are discussed extensively in Clive Finkelstein’s book, “Enterprise Architecture for Integration” (See Chapter 5)
Doug has a degree in Business Administration from Black Hills State University, with MBA course work at Arizona State University.
Donald Phillips has over 40 years of experience in the IT industry in a variety of roles, including application development and database design in a variety of information technology environments. He has been a consultant as an information systems development facilitator leading to the successful design, development, and implementation efforts on projects based on the Erickson Methodology for Enterprise Architecture (EMEA).
In the course of this work, Don has contributed greatly to the innovations that led to the viability of the EMEA. Don has exceptional skills in leading, teaching, and mentoring people in their professional development. Don graduated from Pepperdine University with a B.A. in 1969.
His information systems career started in the U.S. Navy as a Data Processing Technician, where he completed programming school in the Navy and worked as a developer and in technical support. After the Navy, he completed graduate-level courses in statistics, business, and information systems at Texas Tech University.
About the ENTARCO Logo
The goals of Enterprise Architecture are to achieve enterprise alignment, integration, flexibility, and responsiveness.
The four pillars of the ENTARCO logo represent these four goals. These four goals need to be achieved in a highly cohesive, compatible manner. Accordingly, each pillar shares a common end (the center of the logo) to emphasize the interdependent relationship among the four Enterprise Architecture goals.
If you compromised any one of these goals, all goals will be compromised.
Renowned, innovative artist, Dick Termes designed the ENTARCO “FOUR PILLARS” logo. Dick invented six-point spherical artwork. You can view his art at his website: www.termespheres.com.
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