The TOGAF® framework is a method for developing enterprise architecture, through the use of a set of tools, and is available free of charge on the Open Group website for organisations wishing to implement enterprise architecture. The first version published in 1995 was based on the Technical Architecture Framework for Information Management (TAFIM), developed by the US Department of Defense. The TOGAF Standard consists of the ADM cycle.
Design thinking is a business philosophy, a way of seeing and tackling problems and turning them into opportunities. It is all about nurturing a continuous cycle of innovation and growth. Find out more!
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In this blog we explore the two concepts of upskilling and reskilling, two increasingly important concepts in the modern workplace.
The SMO seeks to improve service management by adapting to best practices, learned experiences and resources to its service management ecosystem. Find out why you should consider installing one!
Many of us are sometimes overwhelmed by anxieties, thoughts or feelings that are beyond our control, draining our emotions and energy. This is called overthinking and can undermine our daily life, our well-being and even ruin our career. Read more
The role of Enterprise Architect is increasingly in demand in organisations. In this article, we have analysed the responsibilities, daily tasks and the importance within an organisation of this professional figure.
The Delivery Manager is a figure that is becoming increasingly important in the IT world. In this article we will discuss the role, tasks and responsibilities of these professionals.
Product Management is the process of overseeing the development and sale of a product and/or product line through its lifecycle. Find out what you need to make it a success!
What if we put an end to micromanagement? The latest Gallup study reveals that the number one reason employees leave their jobs is the relationship with their immediate supervisor. Reason enough for any manager to watch their management style and especially not to fall into the trap of micromanagement. But for that, it is still necessary to understand what it is.