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Posted by Tim DeGennaro on January 8, 2013
For the last four years, Forrester has run a longitudinal study on the “state of EA” — tracking the changes in focus, priorities, etc., since 2008. Our clients use it to get a sense of whether their progress and plans for EA is on par with their peers.
Based on the year-over-year comparison of the data in the upcoming “State of EA: 2013” document, as well as some anecdotal evidence I’m seeing in client interactions, I’ve got five predictions about what I expect to see happen with EA practices this year:
More of the data and deeper discussion of trends will be available in February 2013’s “State of EA: 2013” report. But for the time being, you tell me: Have I jumped the gun with these predictions? Do execs both “get” and value EA, or do they still not care? Can you truly operate without a standard set of metrics? And are the skills for the job more readily available than I think?
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