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Enterprise architecture is optional

Enterprise architecture is optional 

Obviously there is a cost to creating enterprise architecture (EA) blueprints and models of data, rules, processes, events/schedules, strategy/goals/objectives, policies/procedures, rules, decisions, people, places, things, etc.

Doing EA is expensive. The good news is that EA is optional.

The bad news is that not doing EA is going to be even more expensive later.

Your company must decide which path it will take. Executives need to decide whether or not to do EA. The question of whether to do EA boils down to these three questions...

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