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  • The Digital Transformation is one of the biggest challenges for many companies. Formerly well established processes reveal their weaknesses in increasingly digital markets. These weaknesses have a direct impact on the competitiveness of companies, especially when new players mix up established market forces or existing competitors gain significant competitive advantages by successfully adapting to the new challenges.

  • Pareto principle

    “The better is the enemy of the good” – Voltaire (1694 – 1778) or perfectionism prevents good results. In this article, I introduce you to the principles of the Pareto Principle, often called 80:20 Rule. I suggest you as well as conclusions on the effective application of the knowledge gained.

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    The series consists of the following episodes:

    1. What is an Architecture?
    2. What is an Enterprise Architecture?
    3. Which benefits are provided by using Enterprise Architecture?
    4. Which benefits are provided by using Enterprise Architecture Frameworks?