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I start with this question: “Is Business Architecture (as well as EA) only for the old and the flabby?” By that I mean old and flabby enterprises, not old and flabby architects! I would say (and I would love to see counter evidence) that the practice of BA and EA has been concentrated on the larger institutions among us – the Fortune 1000 corporations, the mandated practices in Federal and State governments in the U.S., etc.

Just for the sake of argument, wouldn’t it be refreshing if it were to turn out that good architecting practices can be applied effectively to young enterprises on their way up the growth and maturity cycle – a sort of nurturing practice, rather than strictly governance and remediation?

It turns out that there actually is such a practice, and it is creating a lot of buzz in the entrepreneurial community. I say “such a practice” even though I doubt its leaders and practitioners think of themselves as business architects or enterprise architects. There has been
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