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Pańkowska Małgorzata (University of Economics in Katowice, Poland)
Enterprise Architect's Creativity
Kreatywność architekta przedsiębiorstwa
Studia Ekonomiczne / Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach, 2012, nr 117, s. 99-107, rys., tab., bibliogr. 15 poz.
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Creativity support systems, methods, and applications
Architektura korporacyjna, Kreatywność, Interesariusze
Enterprise architecture, Creativity, Stakeholders
W opracowaniu przedstawiono zasadnicze problemy rozwoju architektury korporacyjnej i dokonano analizy wybranych metod (tj. metoda Zachmana, FEAF, MODAF i CIMOSA) w aspekcie kreatywnej roli architekta. W drugiej części, w nawiązaniu do teorii aktor-sieć, przedstawiono pozycję architekta w sieci relacji z innymi interesariuszami rozwoju architektur przedsiębiorstwa. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The paper is concerned with the enterprise architects as the professionals who are responsible for the creation of the EA products. The paper covers explanations of architect's role, as well as the basic competencies and relations to other stakeholders. The enterprise architects are like traditional architects who deal with site, space and place and whose goal is to convert a site into a place where space can be experienced. The enterprise architects' mission is to convert enterprise information site into a place where users can experience the digital information space and where information will be utilized to support their daily activities. (fragment of text)
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