Listed by publishing year.

(2020): MIT expert recaps 30-plus years of enterprise architecture

Meredith Courtemanche (2019): Continuous architecture combats dictatorial EA practices

World Economic Forum (2018): 5 ways the Fourth Industrial Revolution transformed 2017 (and 5 ways it did not)

Daniel Küpper, Jan Schlageter, Jonathan Van Wyck, Kristian Kuhlmann, Markus Lorenz, Olivier Bouffault, Sebastian Köcher, and Yew Heng Lim (2018): AI in the Factory of the Future: The Ghost in the Machine

Anh Nguyen Phillips, David Kiron, Doug Palmer, Gerald C. Kane, and Natasha Buckley (2018): Coming of Age Digitally: Learning, Leadership and Legacy

Myles F. Suer (2018): Enterprise architects as digital transformers

L. Rafael Reif (2018): How to survive the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Shailesh Joshi (2018): In the Age of Digital Disruption, the Role of Enterprise Architect is Pivotal

Microsoft (2018): Microsoft Azure IoT reference architecture

Kevin Whitaker and Martin Reeves (2018): Reinventing the Enterprise – Digitally

Andreas Behrendt, Raphael Rettig, Richard Kelly, and Sebastian Stoffregen (2018): Taking digital manufacturing to the next level

Charlie Osborne (2018): The rise of the Digital Twin: Why the enterprise needs to take notice

Klaus Schwab (2018): The urgency of shaping the Fourth Industrial Revolution

George Lawton (2018): Using digital twin technology to simulate IoT

Bhushan Sethi, Gary L. Neilson, and Jaime Estupiñán (2017): 10 Principles of Organization Design

Gartner (2017): 8 Dimensions of Business Ecosystems

Bob Lewis (2017): 9 Warning Signs of Bad IT Architecture

Sasha Aganova (2017): A Great Work Culture Demands More than Fixing Bad Processes

Seyran Ghahramany Dehbokry (2017): Business architecture reference model (BARM) for small and medium enterprises (SMEs)

Andy Neely, Florian Urmetzer, and Veronica Martinez (2017): Business Ecosystems: Towards a Classification Model

Miklos Dietz, Nicolaus Henke, and Venkat Atluri (2017): Competing in a world of sectors without borders

Craig Resnick (2017): Creating Modern, Open Enterprise Architectures in the IIoT Age – Part One

Marc Wilczek (2017): Crossing the chasm: How to operate containers and microservices at scale

Julie Goran, Laura LaBerge, and Ramesh Srinivasan (2017): Culture for a digital age

Mark Samuels (2017): Digital transformation: Why the future is looking bright for CIOs

Matti Kemppainen (2017): Digital twins – a new standard in industrial production

Jeanne Ross (2017): Don’t Confuse Digital With Digitization

Joe McKendrick (2017): Enterprise architecture and business planning: now joined at the hip

KPMG (2017): Enterprise Architecture: The Scarce Skillset in Big Demand

Jake Thorold, Jeff Masters, and Rowan Conway (2017): From Design Thinking to Systems Change

INCOSE (2017): Guide to the Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK)

WSJ (2017): How Budget Carriers Transformed the Airline Industry—in 14 Charts

Kevin Casey (2017): How to make the case for microservices

James Governor (2017): IBM Watson IoT and the digital twin. Industry 4.0.

SHI-WAH LIN (2017): IIoT for Smart Manufacturing – Industrial IoT/Industrie 4.0 Viewpoints

SHI-WAH LIN (2017): IIoT for Smart Manufacturing part 2 – Digital Thread and Digital Twin

Günther Schuh, Jürgen Gausemeier, Michael ten Hompel, Reiner Anderl, and Wolfgang Wahlster (2017): Industrie 4.0 Maturity Index – Managing the Digital Transformation of Companies

Aaron Parrott and Lane Warshaw (2017): Industry 4.0 and the digital twin technology

Yuval Lavi (2017): Industry 4.0: Harnessing the Power of ERP and MES Integration

Morten Grunwald, Philipp Berttram, and Stefan Schrauf (2017): Industry 4.0: The Five Steps Towards A Digital Supply Chain

Matt Rossi (2017): Legacy modernisation and integration in the banking industry

McKinsey (2017): Mastering three strategies of organic growth

European Commission (2017): New European Interoperability Framework

Jacques Bughin and Nicolas van Zeebroeck (2017): New evidence for the power of digital platforms

Richard Veryard (2017): On the Nature of Platforms

Jürgen Laartz and Oliver Bossert (2017): Perpetual evolution–the management approach required for digital transformation

Philippe Assouline (2017): Perspective on Architectural Fitness of Microservices

Donald J. Trump (2017): Presidential Executive Order on Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure

Martin Reeves, Patrick Ruwolt, Philipp Gerbert, and Sebastian Steinhäuser (2017): Reshaping Business with Artificial Intelligence

Jürgen Laartz and Oliver Bossert (2017): Rethinking the technology foundation for digital transformations

Gartner (2017): Seize the Digital Ecosystem Opportunity

Matt Asay (2017): Serveless May Kill Containers

Andy Hagerman (2017): Spotting the Patterns: 2017 Trends in Design Thinking

Johanna Ambrosio (2017): Survey: Show Enterprise Architecture More Love

Benedict Sheppard, Garen Kouyoumjian, and John Edson (2017): Ten principles of design thinking that deliver business value

Michael Cote (2017): The developers vs enterprise architects showdown: You shall know us by our trail of diagrams

Dion Hinchcliffe (2017): The digital transformation of learning: Social, informal, self-service, and enjoyable

Erik T. Heidt (2017): The Emergence of the IoT Architect

(2017): The enterprise risk management approach to cybersecurity

Walter Jenny (2017): The essential building blocks of an IoT architecture

Mike Clark and Whynde Kuehn (2017): The Evolution of the Business Architect

Daniel Alsén, Jason Shangkuan, and Mark Patel (2017): The future of connectivity: Enabling the Internet of Things

Peter Weill and Stephanie L. Woerner (2017): The Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey 2016

Ranga Rajagopalan (2017): The Last Mile Of Your Digital Transformation

Amit Rahul, Gautam Lunawat, and Naufal Khan (2017): Toward an integrated technology operating model

Bernard Marr (2017): What Is Digital Twin Technology – And Why Is It So Important?

Shawn Wasserman (2017): What is the Digital Twin and Why Should Simulation and IoT Experts Care?

Dion Hinchcliffe (2017): What’s really holding back today’s CIO from digital transformation?

Mark Rockwell (2017): White House floats vision for IT modernization

Sharon Florentine (2017): Why you need an enterprise architect

Sergejs Groskovs (2016): Business Model Innovation: From Understanding the Process to Tracking the Change

Jürgen Laartz and Oliver Bossert (2016): How enterprise architects can help ensure success with digital transformations

McKinsey (2016): Industry 4.0 after the initial hype: Where manufacturers are finding value and how they can best capture it

Edward J. Barkmeyer Jr. and Evan K. Wallace (2016): Reference Architecture for Smart Manufacturing Part 1: Functional Models

Gerry McGovern (2016): Task Performance Indicator: A Management Metric for Customer Experience

Maria Flores (2016): The Fourth Revolution: The Digital Era

Truth Lumor (2016): Towards the design of an agile enterprise architecture management method

Eamonn Kelly (2015): Introduction: Business ecosystems come of age

(2015): Opportunity to Leverage Information-as-an-Asset in the IoT — The road ahead

Jürgen Laartz and Oliver Bossert (2015): Ten practical ideas for organizing and managing your enterprise architecture

Gerry McGovern (2015): What Really Matters: Focusing on Top Tasks

Ville Seppänen (2014): From problems to critical success factors of enterprise architecture adoption

Lucas Onno Meerten (2013): Relating business modelling and enterprise architecture

SCRUMstudy (2013): SBOK Guide

Ralph Foorthuis (2012): Project Compliance with Enterprise Architecture

Mark L. Hess (2006): Enterprise Architectures: If We Build It, Will They Come?

Lance Hill (2006): SOA Is Here- Are You Ready For IT?

Joe Defee and Jon Weston (2004): Performance Based Enterprise Architecture Planning

John A. Zachman (2001): Fatal Distractions

John A. Zachman (2001): Packages Do Not Let You Off the Hook

John A. Zachman (2001): Security and the Zachman Framework

John A. Zachman (2001): You Can’t Cost-Justify Architecture

John A. Zachman (2000): All the Reasons Why You Can’t Do Architecture or (We Has Met the Enemy and He Is Us)

John A. Zachman (2000): Architecture Artifacts versus Application Development Artifacts

John A. Zachman (2000): Conceptual, Logical, Physical: It Is Simple

John A. Zachman (1999): Data Warehouse: Strategy for Eliminating the Legacy

John A. Zachman (1999): Enterprise Architecture: Issues, Inhibitors and Incentives

John A. Zachman (1999): Looking Back and Looking Ahead

John A. Zachman (1998): Data Warehouse: Architecture or Silver Bullet?

John A. Zachman (1998): Life is a Series of Tradeoffs and Change is Accelerating

John A. Zachman (1998): The Framework for Enterprise Architecture (The Zachman Framework) and the search for The Owner’s View of Business Rules

John A. Zachman (1998): The Physics of Knowledge Management

John A. Zachman (1998): Yes Virginia, There is an EA

John A. Zachman (1996): Enterprise Architecture: The Issue of the Century

John A. Zachman (1996): The Framework for EA: Background, Description and Utility

John A. Zachman (1995): The Challenge is Change

John A. Zachman (1995): The Framework for Enterprise Architecture: Getting Beyond the Legacy

Richard Buchanan (1992): Wicked Problems in Design Thinking

(): 10 JavaScript libraries to draw your own diagrams

(): 10 Key Skills Architects Must Have to Deliver Value

(): 100 Million Reasons Why Architecture Matters

(): 12 ‘best practices’ IT should avoid at all costs

(): 15 Rules for Rebuilding the World

(): 18F Method Cards

(): 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools

(): 3Cs of Critical Web Use: Collect, Compare, Choose

Peter Harrad (): 4 KPI Traps you Must Avoid in Enterprise Architecture

(): 6 Predictions About The Future Of Digital Transformation

(): A Better Path to Enterprise Architectures

(): A Blueprint For Enterprise Architecture

(): A Comparison of Enterprise Architecture Frameworks

(): A Comparison of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Event Driven Architecture (EDA)

(): A Computational Model of Trust and Reputation for E-businesses

(): A democracy of groups

(): A Field Study of Technical Debt

(): A framework of information technology governance controls in acute healthcare

(): A Gentle Introduction to SQL

(): A Grammar of Dublin Core

(): A Metis Customer Success Story: FDA Leverages Enterprise Architecture to Make Faster, Better Business and IT Budget Decisions

(): A Microscope on Microservices

(): A New Blueprint For The Enterprise

(): A Profession as Enterprise Architect

(): A Reference architecture for the Open Banking Standard

(): A Service Oriented Manifesto

Ian Bailey (): A Simple Guide to Enterprise Architecture

(): A Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBoK) – Version 1

(): A Value Proposition for Enterprise Architecture

(): A Zachman Cube

(): A.L.I.C.E. AI Foundation

(): Achieving Model Traceability: Finding the Traceability Critical Path

(): Adaptive

(): ADM Architecture Requirements Management

(): Agile Architectural Modeling

(): Agile Enterprise Architecture


(): Alexandra Samuel

(): alfabet

(): Alignment – the missing Viewpoint

(): Alignment Diagrams

(): American ITIL

(): An Airline Industry Disrupter With a Netflix Model

(): An angry fix

(): An Economic Basis for Open Standards

(): An essential library for IT governance

(): An executive’s guide to the Internet of Things

(): An introduction to architecting the digital enterprise

(): An Introduction to the Resource Description Framework

(): An Introduction to XML Digital Signatures

(): An Overview of Enterprise Architecture Framework Deliverables

(): An XML Encoding of Simple Dublin Core Metadata

(): Apache ModAuthOpenID

(): ArchiMate : Its Time Has Come?

(): Archimate EA metamodel

(): Archimate Stencils for OmniGraffle

(): Architectors: Specific architectural competencies

(): Architectural Design Patterns for XML Documents

(): Architectural Styles and the Design of Network-based Software Architectures

(): Architecture and Governance Magazine

(): Architecture Expert (ArchE) Tool

(): Architecture Is Architecture Is Architecture

(): Architecture Modeling – IEEE 1471 has been adopted by ISO

(): Architecture of the World Wide Web

(): Architecture Skills Framework

(): Architecture Visualization

(): Are Software Architects Like Building Architects?

(): Are You a Strategist?

(): Are You Ready for Mashups?

(): ArgoUML

(): Ariadne: Open Source Application Server and Content Management System

(): Army Enterprise Intergation Oversight Office (AEIOO) E-Business Guide

(): Association of Enterprise Architects (AEA)

(): Avolution ABACUS

(): Balanced Scorecard in Action

(): Baldrige Cybersecurity Excellence Builder: Key questions for improving your organization’s cybersecurity performance

(): Basic XML and RDF techniques for knowledge management, Part 1

(): Basic XML and RDF techniques for knowledge management, Part 2

(): Belgian government chooses OpenDocument

(): Beneath the Buzz: Portfolio Management

(): Bernard Technology Management Group

(): Best Practices for Building SOA Applications

(): Blue Ocean Strategy

(): Book Review: Crossing the Chasm

(): Bowling Together: Online Public Engagement in Policy Deliberation

(): Boxes and Arrows: Because we can

(): BPEL Cookbook: Best Practices for SOA-based integration and composite applications development

(): BPMN and Business Process Management – Introduction to the New Business Process Modeling Standard

(): Brief History of EA

(): Buckman Laboratories Knowledge Nurture

(): Build a Reuse Framework for SOA

(): Build Your Next-Generation Enterprise Architecture

(): Building an EA Knowledge Digest

(): Building an Operational Enterprise Architecture and Service Oriented Architecture Best Practices

(): Building Executable Enterprise Architectures

(): Business Drivers as Guides to Architecture Choices

(): Business Motivation Model – Business Governance in a Volatile World

(): Business process interoperability

(): Business Process Modeling Notation

(): Businesses aren’t machines, and enterprise architecture can’t make them so

(): Can Social Software Improve E-Government?

(): Can you Easily Compare EA Frameworks?

(): Carnegie Mellon’s Institute for Software Research International (ISIR) EA Program

(): Case study: Enterprise architecture at Syngenta

(): CBDI Service Oriented Architecture Practice Portal

(): Center for the Advancement of the Enterprise Architecture Profession

(): Challenges for the Decade, Part 4: Enterprise Architecture – Anatomy of Agile Enterprise

(): Change Management – Kurt Lewin

(): Characteristics of an effective enterprise architect

(): Chief Information Officers: Responsibilities and Information and Technology Governance at Leading Private-Sector Companies

(): CIC Completes Assessment of Z39.50 within the Consortium

(): CIO Council IAC Advancing EA Maturity

(): Cisco Systems on IoT

(): City Planning: A Metaphor for Enterprise Architecture

(): Class Notes: Considering Context in Business Process Management: The BPM Context Framework

(): Cloud Computing: Public-Sector Opportunities Emerge

(): CMU-certification in Europe

(): Collaborative enterprise architecture design and development with a semantic collaboration tool

(): Combining Business Process Management and Enterprise Architecture for Better Business Outcomes

(): Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture

(): Common Body of Knowledge (CBoK)

(): Complexity, chaos and enterprise-architecture

(): Connecting Architecture to Business Strategy

(): Consolidating State Data Centers

(): Conway’s Law

David Kane and David M. Dikel (): Conway’s Law Revisited: Successfully Aligning Enterprise Architecture

(): Cooperation Among Two Key Leaders in the Industrial Internet

(): Corporate Governance Concepts

(): Counter-Spin for Open Government

(): CPS

(): Creating a Strategy That Works

(): Creating Enterprise Architecture

(): Creative Commons

(): CRM2day

(): Current Standards Landscape for Smart Manufacturing Systems

(): Cybernetics and Design: Conversations for Action

(): Cybersecurity Framework by NIST

(): Dansk metadata

(): Data and transparency: Of governments and geeks

(): Data Infrastructure Hygiene and the Imperative of Organized Growth

(): Data Recovery tools from R-TT

(): Dave Beckett’s RDF Resources