Instead, big changes are more frequently driven by the architectural opportunities that arise from new technologies. This is starting to change, and leading enterprises are planning architectural change that genuinely combines the organizational, business, and technology perspectives. Enterprise transformation that successfully unites all three viewpoints requires a new technique to raise the architectural debate to the level of senior decision makers. This issue of Cutter IT Journal provides practical insight and guidance on how enterprise patterns are being used to drive transformational change.
In this issue:
- Opening Statement by Roger Evernden
- Practical Experience Using Enterprise Patterns During IT Transformations by Jaye Hicks and J. David Gibson
- A Product Lifecycle Management Pattern Language for Telecom Operators by Indranil Bhattacharya and Michael Hartges
- Architecture Styles: An Enterprise Approach to Strategic Decision Making by David Turner and Laurence Norman
- Business Capability Architecture Is the Tie that Binds All by Andrew Guitarte
- Venturing into Enterprise Transformation with Real-Time Enterprise Patterns by Jagdish Bhandarkar, Lakshmanan G, Raghavan S, and Shyam Doddavula