The TOGAF Architecture Development Method outlines how to develop and use your organization's enterprise architecture.
The TOGAF ADM is an information model. It identifies how to create the information necessary to develop enterprise architecture.
The ADM is an information model, not a process model
TOGAF® ADM Phases Explained Do you want to develop good enterprise architecture with the TOGAF ADM? Are you searching for the TOGAF ADM Phases to be explained? If you do, you are at the right place. One thing that we can agree on is the challenges of creating a suitable architecture for an organization. You don’t want to spend lots of time and effort only to discover later that the new structure isn’t feasible. Also, you don’t want to erode or compromise the enterprise’s vision and goals. Working with a reputable company makes the exercise easier and ensures the new […]
TOGAF ADM Toolkit
The classic crop-circle image of the TOGAF ADM has created more confusion than any other TOGAF graphic. We deliberately left it out of the Leader's Guide and the Practitioner's Guide so we could highlight the ADM is an information-model.
TOGAF Phase G – What is Implementation Governance? Initial Block What is enterprise architecture oversight? What is architecture governance? Architecture governance … What is implementation Governance? What is an objective of TOGAF ADM Phase G? […]
TOGAF® ADM Phase A – Start at the Beginning with an Architecture Vision To develop best practice enterprise architecture, start at the beginning of the TOGAF ADM with Phase A. Like every other TOGAF ADM […]
TOGAF Phase H – Applying Agile The TOGAF Phase H objective is awkward. What it means is that you need an activity assessing value and risk information. Then you need to be able to react. […]
TOGAF® ADM Phases Explained Do you want to develop good enterprise architecture with the TOGAF ADM? Are you searching for the TOGAF ADM Phases to be explained? If you do, you are at the right […]
Enterprise Architecture boils down to constraints. Every constraint has the potential to limit the creativity of an agile software development team. If there is no overriding need for constraint, do not. Just Don’t.
There is one basic rule for a high-functioning enterprise architect: never remove a degree of freedom if you don’t have to. Freedom to innovate and creativity are the lifeblood of agile software development.