What really makes you Enterprise Architect

Posted by: Natty Gur, on 10 Feb 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

 You just entered the meeting room for another meeting. Each one of the people around the table has certain specialization,which  everyone  recognize. The DBA has unique knowledge, the security specialist has unique knowledge, the software architect has unique knowledge and  the network architect has unique knowledge. This unique knowledge makes them expert in a certain domain and that makes management to take in account what they have to say. But, what about you (the enterprise architect),...

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