I had been planning to do a segment on where business architecture fits into the enterprise org structure for a few weeks, when I happened to have a conversation with the
And now for something completely different… Cue the Monty Python music. It just occurred to me that selection bias plays a big part in determining the cultural composition in organisations. File
In this segment, we’re going to get nostalgic. I posted my first-ever LinkedIn article in 2014. The topic was Agile methodology. We weren’t the only company seeking regulatory approval, and
In this segment, I talk about friction. More to the point, the lack of friction. Frictionless. Because that’s the promise of digital. This segment may be more wonky than some
In this segment, the topic is adoption and culture. Specifically, relative to enterprise business transformation, how do we increase the probability of adoption. And what does culture have to do
Destined to Fail In this segment, I am going to talk about failure. If you’ve been around long enough, you’ve heard the statistic that 70% of all large projects fail.
In the beginning In the beginning, there was enterprise business architecture. No. That’s not quite right. A new business is not likely to have a formal business architecture defined, let
Welcome to my new podcast home. BarcVox. The voice of business architecture. And more. My name is Bry Willis. Here you can find my thoughts on topics ranging from business transformation strategy