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Reclaiming the Names “Enterprise Architecture” and “Enterprise Architect”!

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I have reviewed hundreds of job postings on LinkedIn with the words “Enterprise Architecture” and “Enterprise Architect” in the job posting title.

I found massive, rampant, semantic, intellectual, and professional deceit!  None of the job postings I reviewed even alluded to duties, knowledge, expertise, or experience in enterprise architecture!

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Enterprise Architecture - A 21st Century Paradigm Shift

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An unrecognized reality in the Information Technology (IT) community is that Enterprise Architecture’s (EA) emerging discipline is a strategic paradigm shift from the 20th-century legacy IT.

IT has seventy-plus years of somewhat random evolution from the early days of computerized automation, whose value has been anchored on its use as a productivity, labor-saving technology.

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Enterprise Architecture or Legacy IT

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Introduction

It has been forty years since John A. Zachman set forth the concept of Enterprise Architecture and the Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture (ZFEA).  The ZFEA is still the platinum standard for defining and understanding enterprise architecture.  The power of the logic of the concept has endured.

The Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture. The Enterprise Ontology.

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Erickson Methodology for Enterprise Architecture Abstract

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Even though automation technology has significantly enhanced enterprise productivity and quality, costly and unnecessary enterprise infrastructure problems have persisted. Advances in technology have not solved the fundamental, persistent enterprise infrastructure problems.  Enterprise alignment, integration, flexibility, responsiveness, data quality and cost, business process fragmentation, gaps, redundancy, overlap, and inconsistency persist.  Significant technological advances have masked these problems, and in many cases, created layers of unnecessary activity and costs that can, and should be, eliminated. 

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