The performance of transformation projects depend on people and the quality of their decisions. Few standard guide-posts and principles can help to enhance communication to avoid never-ending loops.
In this series we talk about transformation. Even day-to-day changes, can and should be supported with a proper and meaningful impact analysis on the business.
This is the first part in a series of articles, that looks at business transformation from several angles, this time the human aspects of it.
Our friend István Tóth took third place out of 56 competitors from 18 countries at the Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100k on 20 November 2014.
Our company has been included in the 2014 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools based on its ability to execute and completeness of vision. The entire Atoll crew is proud to be a part of this prestigious group of solution providers for the fourth year in a row.
For its vizualization skills, our product SAMU is in the Enterprise Architecture Visualization Tool Survey 2014 by TU München.
How can EAM integrated to other disciplines such as BPM deliver even more value? How can employees of various departments and external partners collaboratively work daily for a better enterprise? – a few questions attendees of the 7th EAMKON between 20-22 May in Stuttgart will be discussing. We’ll show some excellent working ideas with SAMU at the conference!
What is the role of architecture management in implementing corporate strategy? How to best assert the integrating role of data across divisions? – Among others, we will seek and provide the answers to these questions on 15 May 2014 at our Warsaw workshop through a live SAMU presentation.
Are you JAVA developer or want to help large companies to establish more agile architectures? Atoll is looking for you then at the Job Fair of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) on 12–13 March, 2014.