Monthly Archives: March 2015

ArchiMate doesn’t make communication to management easier

Architects generally wrestle with the problem of communicating their complex world of dependencies to stakeholders. Those that created the ArchiMate language hoped that making a better language would enable clearer communication. While ArchiMate does enable more precise communication than your average … Continue reading

Posted in Discussing ArchiMate, Using ArchiMate | Tagged | 10 Comments

About analysis of ArchiMate models

A while back, I wrote in the blog post ArchiMate is overrated (and underrated) that using ArchiMate doesn’t really have that much added value for communicating simple, high-level views to stakeholders (users, management), but its structure does bring advantages that enables us to … Continue reading

Posted in Using ArchiMate | Tagged | 6 Comments