Thursday, March 13, 2008

Enterprise Modeling Anti-Patterns

In a rare bit of humor from a project, take a look at the link at the end of this blog post to discover some of the following snipets of wisdom:

A process anti-pattern is a common strategy which sounds good in theory but in practice proves to be harmful, if not outright disastrous. This article overviews a collection of anti-patterns pertaining to enterprise architecture efforts within an IT organization. These anti-patterns are:

-30,000 Feet and Climbing
-Bleeding Edge
-Brain Trust Parking Lot
-Buzzword-Driven Architecture
-Detailed Enterprise Modeling
-Enterprise Parking Lot
-Ivory Tower Architecture
-Modeling for Modeling's Sake
-One Truth Above All Else
-Real-World Disconnect
-Strive for Perfection
-Stuck in the Weeds
-Technology Above All
-Tomorrow Suffers From Today
-Ungrounded Future
-Yesterday's Enterprise Model


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