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Posted by Alex Cullen on March 25, 2011
Several recent reports on Forrester.com start with the sentence: "EA organizations often toil out of the limelight . . . " There are fewer and fewer reasons why this should be the case.
We hear fewer stories of EA teams as purely "the standards police" or with "their heads in the clouds, not producing anything useful." We hear more and more stories of EA teams changing how business and IT plan, taking the lead in application simplification and rationalization, or being the broker for innovation. Infoworld and Forrester want to recognize these success stories with the 2011 Enterprise Architecture Award.
Our 2010 Award winners show the range of ways EA teams are making a difference:
So . . . is your EA function:
. . . then we want to hear from you!
Your submission will be judged by your peers — a jury of practicing EAs from the Forrester Leadership Boards' Enterprise Architecture Council reviewing "blind entries." These peers understand how hard it is for EA teams to make an impact and immediately recognize when a submission shows a breakthrough that others can learn from.
Submit here. The submission process will close May 31, with five winners announced in September.
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