Part 14 of 22: Why isn't Enterprise Architecture universal and generally accepted?

Part 14 of 22: Why isn't Enterprise Architecture universal and generally accepted?

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Why isn't Enterprise Architecture universal and generally accepted?
In this 22 part Enterprise Architecture conversation, John Zachman and Sunil Dutt Jha talk about the current state of Enterprise Architecture. Until you actually believe that there is an Ontology, a natural classification of Enterprise components and exploit them in addressing Enterprise issues, you can say the words, "Enterprise Architecture" but you are going to get more of what you have ... systems. This is a paradigm shift. It is different. Engineering Enterprises is different than building systems. You can't just glance at my Framework and say, oh, I know that. You have to change what you believe ... and that changes your behavior.

John A. Zachman, CEO Zachman International, Executive Director The FEAC Institute
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Sunil Dutt Jha, CEO iCMG
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