Without many words, the OpenSourcerers Chief Editors wish you all a relaxing vacation period, Merry Christmas and a happy New Year! We want to take the opportunity to thank all authors, supporters and readers of our blog entries. Seriously, enjoy your vacation! Stay healthy and stay prudent of the reindeers – and have a dance […]
Motivation A while ago I paused an exchange on twitter. I have been in a strong disagreement with what was stated from Alex. To avoid being bullish on a short reply, it took some time to reply in due respect and also purposefully. Nevertheless, I need to agree to some extend: There might be cases […]
We wish all a happy and successful New Year!
There are times when things are said, told, explained in a way you cannot improve nor make it more meaningful. Hence, in the “borrowed plums” category I start sharing with you things that impressed and influenced me and my thinking in relevant ways. One speaker that is inspiring me to see and observe the world […]
We explore Open Source as a Strategic Framework and how it is genuinely addressing Digital Sovereignty at various levels
Part I of II – Exploring the Digital Sovereignty narrative Motivation and authority on the matter For 3 decades I have been into Enterprise IT, designing, implementing and maintaining solutions at various layers of the “Digital Stack”. I did so always with a full life cycle perspective in mind and have lived and learned through […]
It is still about you:
We want to expand our view from the discussed question in Part I on:
How you can ensure that you establish a good, long term strategy for your business
how to build a solid foundation that matches your individual business model, providing just the right level of standardisation & Freedom in implementing business processes and IT.
Now, In part II We’ll Extend and finalise the framework, that intends to help you how a Business-IT Platform could look like with focus to to adjust your individual investments in that area to the optimal level.
This is about you: How you can ensure that you establish a good, long term strategy for your business. How that helps to build a solid foundation of business execution and how to invest in the right level of standardisation and underlying Enterprise and IT architecture.
We introduce Enterprise as a Strategy and add insights in whether and what to consider to enable your individual Enterprise Architecture on state of the art technology.”
Why and how I considered Wardley Maps a perfect tool to foster a good strategic alignment from leadership to execution and from business strategy to organisational execution.
Wikipedia says: “A Wardley map is a map of the structure of a business or service, mapping the components needed to serve the customer or user. Wardley maps are named after Simon Wardley who created the technique at Fotango in 2005 having created the evolutionary framing the previous year.”