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jeudi 9 juin 2011

This diagram shows how Zachman, TOGAF, PEAF and ITIL relate to each other (...) [Marketing and licensing of Best Practices]

This diagram shows how Zachman, TOGAF, PEAF and ITIL relate to each other and the areas of EA, EITA and ITSM...... http://www.pragmaticea.com/images/linkedin/map1.png Do you agree?

Discussion started by Kevin Smith on April 2011 on The Architecture Network Group

Number of comments on June 9 :141


(...)tdk [around comment 120]
I would think that even if this diagram is "marketing" oriented it has its own value for PEAF users and PEAF owner (eg Kevin and possibly other shareholders).

For users, you need to inspire and this diagram could be a tool of change management.


For the owner, that is a promotion tool to position PEAF versus the competition (Togaf, ITIL,...).

There is an ongoing survey on the "true value of best practices" (frameworks) with the question :
"Would you assess that IT Best Practices are a business similar to the software business (with its offerings, clients, competition, cycles…)?"

Yes : 52%
No : 43 %
NA : 6 % (eg it is not a business)

from a total 160 responses and 1200 visits.

The survey is "collaborative" : the stats are updated immediately and communicated to the respondent at the end of questionnaire without the need to register.
It takes 60 seconds to take the survey and connect to the collective intelligence of the IT ecosystem.

http://us1.open-creative-survey.eu

@Nick
I have visited your sites. interesting . Kevin and you are in the Best Practices business. 



(...) tdk
in France, we say "personne morale", [moral person]
when there is no personne morale, we might say "communauté" [community]

This "personne morale" is governed by its "statuts" [statuses] subject to a certain "régime" [regime and not regimen as per TOGAF]

By the way, maybe you have some clues why Togaf (The SOA Source Book) says "regimen" instead of "regime" in "SOA Governance Regimen ? 



(...)from a LinkedIn fellow
English, and English language usage, are not necessarily rational or consistent. Which is probably why one of the more popular children’s books in the English language contains the phrase “a word means exactly what I what it to mean, nothing more, and nothing less”; hence we are able to debate the meaning of word such as enterprise, activity, or function.

TOGAF (tends to use the language in odd ways) SOA Governance

By regimen they mean the systematic process used for SOA Governance – the ‘SOA Governance Vitality Method’. Had they used ‘regime’ it would have meant the ‘organizational structure’ of SOA governance.

Regimen – a systematic Plan/Process for doing things. A health regimen.
Regime – Structure (organizational/governance) of things; Regime has a negative connotation in general English usage. ‘The regime of Papa Doc Duvalier’

The same words in French, UK English, and US English often have very different meanings. Consider entrée/entree: (1) the act or manner of entering; (2) : the main course of a meal in the United States 



(...)tdk
[@ LinkedIn fellow]
For your response between "Regime" and "Regimen".
Thank you a lot.

Would you allow me to reproduce it in other blogs/group including mine of course with full reference that you would advise me ? 


(...) tdk
How about a look at [the] "Licensing" [page] on PEAF site (second down , just under "Home", at the menu bar on the left).

So [going back] to the question
"Would you assess that IT Best Practices are a business similar to the software business (with its offerings, clients, competition, cycles…)?"

were would you be ?
Yes : 52%
No : 43 %
NA : 6 % (eg it is not a business)

http://us1.open-creative-survey.eu

Ok : i am a little bit pushy...but this "collaborative" survey is maybe a worldwide "première" in its form at least in B2B...If you had already hit similar "surveys" (for me it is more a "repondent experience" than a survey), please advise so i can pay tribute. 



(...)tdk
@Kevin
[you say] "I think it is a pragmatic approach to licensing"

Your page "Licensing" on PEAF site with the list of licensees is advocating for you.

Your business model "free for clients" / "pay for suppliers" is interesting. 



(...)tdk
@Kevin
I meant "Congratulations for your business achievements".