Paper: Converting Decision-to-Action

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Converting Decision-to-Action 

This chapter was originally published in Business and Dynamic Change

Gil Laware, Information By Design, USA 

Mr. Laware relates how architecture in general is used to describe transitioning from a current environment to a future environment by examining four architecture-based areas. Each are seemingly independent but are mapped to each other to enable the transformational change. These mappings help to dynamically assess and evaluate the solution alternatives available. Mr. Laware proposes these managed architectures become a new management tool as they influence the decisions about the desired future organizational / enterprise environment.

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