Bridging business architecture and operational excellence

Bruce Sheridan

Over the course of my career, I have repeatedly observed silos within organizations that can be disruptive and cause undue angst.  Two internal departments that cannot work together often cause the organization to suffer by impeding progress.  Each team will dig in its heels and cry foul on the other team.  Samples of what I have heard are:“We are late in delivering the technology solution because the business keeps changing the requirements.”“Sales keeps selling and promising sol...
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