Category Archives: Enterprise Architecture

Framework for global organizational structure

Everything starts with the organizational structure: To build it we will need: a list of organization types – humanity, states, religions, terrorists, charities, commercial, etc. a list of all possible organizations including an internal structure where each organizationl unit adds … Continue reading

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Global organizational structure

The more I learn about structure of motivations the more I realize that something is missing in modern enterprise architecture frameworks. Let me explain my thought process. I came to conclusion that it is possible to define what motivates each … Continue reading

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General theory of needs

Since Maslow’s theory of needs seems to be holding true to describe healthy people’s motivations (not the forced hierarchy, that I don’t agree with) it’s natural to expand it to cover the needs of any organizations. Following  Zachman framework and … Continue reading

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Global architecture: first take

I know there are concepts of “world governance” and “global governance“. So I think there must a concept of “world architecture” and not in the narrow sense used by civil architects. Or maybe better let’s call it “global architecture”. Assume … Continue reading

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What is enterpirse architecture?

I started with software development and then spent some time on technical architecture. Then there was a natural sense of progression to the next level, which is enterprise architecture (EA). That’s where I hit a horde of problems. Starting with … Continue reading

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