The enterprise architect's Achilles heel

Today's enterprise architects hail themselves as demi-gods within their organisation, but is this view still valid in an era where IT is driven by collaboration?

This blog post is going to get me into  trouble, but I think that the issue is worth discussing, so I wince as I hit the publish button, but here goes.

Recently I had the opportunity to listen to an Enterprise Architect describe enterprise architecture, its importance and role in an organisation. It was an illuminating discussion.

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