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Architecting a Profession
Jan.-Feb. 2014 (vol. 16 no. 1)
pp. 42-49
Charlene Chuck Walrad, Davenport Consulting
Mark Lane, PNM Resources
Wallk Jeffrey, The Value Enablement Group
Donald V. Hirst, OASIS Eugene
There are many enterprise architects, but there's no commonly accepted baseline of knowledge or standards to ensure consistent service. Formal professions often gradually evolve over time, but given enterprise architecture's importance to business, this profession must mature quickly.
Index Terms:
Computer architecture,Standards organizations,Organizations,Risk management,Software engineering,Engineering profession,Professional aspects,Information technology,information technology,enterprise architecture,computing profession,professional maturity,enterprise strategy and planning,business architecture,business analysis
Citation:
Charlene Chuck Walrad, Mark Lane, Wallk Jeffrey, Donald V. Hirst, "Architecting a Profession," IT Professional, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 42-49, Jan.-Feb. 2014, doi:10.1109/MITP.2013.4
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