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Diagnosing Risk: Enterprise Architects in the Modern Organization – Part 3

Diagnosing Risk in the Modern Organization Deconstructing Organizational Risk In the previous installment of my ongoing Enterprise Architecture series, I discuss the concept of Enterprise Resilience and its importance to triaging the enterprise in the event of a cyber-attack or a disaster that interferes with or prohibits the operation of revenue-generating assets. Enterprise Resilience is […]

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Leadership Part 3: Lessons from Literature

In the first part of our series on Leadership, we looked at the leadership lessons we could learn from military historian Douglas Southall Freeman. Freeman counseled to: 1) know your stuff; 2) be a man; and 3) look after your people. In the second part, we encouraged aspiring leaders to imitate the wise by learning leadership lessons from history,

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Leadership Part 2: Lessons from History

In Part I, we examined leadership lessons we could learn from military historian Douglas Southall Freeman. Freeman counseled prospective leaders to: 1) know your stuff; 2) be a man; and 3) look after your people. In this installment, we ask the question, “What Leadership Lessons Can I Learn from History?” Some of you are skeptical. I get it. Americans,

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