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Systems Thinking Blog Articles

Date (Month/Year) Author Abstract Article Discussion
September 2014 Ian Glossop This article takes an epistemological route to arrive at a Popperian Three Worlds Conception to position Enterprise Architecture models in relation to the reality of the enterprise. Glossop 2014_09_a Talk:Glossop_2014_09_a
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February 2016 E.R.Schultz (Ed), Cornell Policy Review Special Edition: Systems Thinking. The articles in this edition are written by thirteen Fellows of the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA). They examine the application of Systems Thinking in various management policy areas. Special Edition: Systems Thinking Talk:Cornell_Policy_Review_2016_02_a
February 2016 Derek and Laura Cabera Learning Systems Thinking At The Graduate Level. An article in the Cornell Policy Review Special Edition: Systems Thinking. In this article we explain that four simple rules underlie the plurality of systems thinking methods, and that these rules can be effectively taught and learned in a reasonable amount of time. Learning Systems Thinking At The Graduate Level Talk:Cabera_2016_02_a

Real Enterprise Architecture Blog Articles

Date (Month/Year) Author Abstract Article Discussion
March 2004 Jeanne Ross Enterprise Architecture: Depicting a Vision of the Firm. This article explains how Enterprise Architecture may be used to capture a vision of the firm. Enterprise Architecture: Depicting a Vision of the Firm Talk:Ross_2004_03_a
July 2004 Jeanne Ross Maturity Matters: How Firms Generate Value from Enterprise Architecture. This article explains how firms can obtain value from their Enterprise Architecture practice - and stress the importance of maturity. Maturity Matters: How Firms Generate Value from Enterprise Architecture Talk:Ross_2004_07_a
December 2005 Jeanne Ross Forget Strategy: Focus IT on Your Operating Model. This article discusses the importance and role of an enterprise's "Operating Model" - and suggests it is more important than a formal strategy. Forget Strategy: Focus IT on Your Operating Model Talk:Ross_2005_12_a
June 2009 Ian Glossop Whither Enterprise Atrchitecture? - An EA Response This BCS blog article challenges some of the misconceptions about Enterprise Architecture published in an ITNow (BCS Magazine) article. Whither Enterprise Atrchitecture? - An EA Response Talk:Glossop_2009_06_a
May 2010 Udayan Banerjee Why Is Enterprise Architecture Dying? This Ulitzer blog article discusses the dilution of the meaning of the term "Enterprise Architecture" towards being an IT Design Methodology. Why Is Enterprise Architecture Dying? Talk:Banerjee_2010_05_a
August 2010 Philip Allega EA Dying? No! Let's Get Ready To Rumble! This Gartner blog article discusses the state of Enterprise Architecture as a practice discipline in 2010. Making EA Dying? No! Let's Get Ready To Rumble! Talk:Allega_2010_08_a
December 2010 Ian Glossop Making Strategy Work With Enterprise Architecture. This article discusses Lawrence Hrebiniak's Strategy Execution process from an Enterprise Architecture perspective. Making Strategy Work With Enterprise Architecture Talk:Glossop_2010_12_a
September 2012 Jeanne Ross & Anne Quaadgras Enterprise Architecture Is Not Just for Architects. This article discusses who the users of an Enterprise Architecture description or model are - and suggests they are not just Enterprise Architects. Enterprise Architecture Is Not Just for Architects Talk:Ross&Quaadgras_2012_09_a
September 2014 Ian Glossop Enterprise Architecture's Three Worlds. This article takes an epistemological route to arrive at a Popperian Three Worlds Conception to position Enterprise Architecture models in relation to the reality of the enterprise. Enterprise Architecture's Three Worlds Talk:Glossop_2014_09_a
November 2014 Sally Bean The First Enterprise Architects? This blog article discusses the roles of Henry Tizard and P.M.S Blackett in the Design of RAF Operations in the 1940s as an example of pre-IT era enterprise architecture (although labelled as "Operational Research" prior to the 1990s). The First Enterprise Architects? Talk:Bean_2014_11_a
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February 2016 Eugene McSheffrey Twenty Years On, And Stakeholders Still Don't Speak Architect. This article discusses the communication gap between enterprise architects and the senior management team. Twenty Years On, And Stakeholders Still Don't Speak Architect Talk:McSheffrey_2016_02_a

Management Science Blog Articles

Date (Month/Year) Author Abstract Article Discussion
September 2014 Ian Glossop This article takes an epistemological route to arrive at a Popperian Three Worlds Conception to position Enterprise Architecture models in relation to the reality of the enterprise. Glossop 2014_09_a Talk:Glossop_2014_09_a
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Miscellaneous Blogs

Date (Month/Year) Author Abstract Article Discussion
September 2014 Ian Glossop This article takes an epistemological route to arrive at a Popperian Three Worlds Conception to position Enterprise Architecture models in relation to the reality of the enterprise. Glossop 2014_09_a Talk:Glossop_2014_09_a
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Web Presentations

Date (Month/Year) Author Abstract Article Discussion
2011 John Mingers This presentation makes manifest the contributions of Systems Thinking and Critical Realism to an explanation-based (abductive) philosophy of science. Explanatory mechanisms: The contribution of systems thinking and critical realism - Heinz von Foerster Congress Talk:Mingers_2011_a
2011 John Mingers This presentation positions Critical Realism as the best philosophical framework and paradigm in which to conduct Information Systems and Management research. Critical Realism as an Underpinning Philosophy for  IS and Management Research - LSE Talk:Mingers_2011_b
2013 John Mingers This presentation positions Critical Realism as the best philosophical framework and paradigm in which to conduct Information Systems and Management research. Realising Management Research: Critical Realism as an Underpinning Philosophy, ICIS, Milan Talk:Mingers_2013_a

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