In the Architecture Office #6: Business, business, business...

Herbert BirchbranchPreviously in the Architecture Practice: Chief architect Herbert Birchbranch (called Herb in the text) implemented a digital Kanban board as a mechanism to increase the throughput of work in his architecture office. Herb continues his journey to build a highly valuable and efficient architecture practise.

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b vs tAs in many organizations the architecture practise was lacking business architecture and references to the business model. The focus and competence was clearly heavier on the technology side. Herb has realized that it’s not just to push a button and then suddenly business architecture is falling down from the sky. As with all architectural viewpoints there was a need to define what architecture makes sense and contributes to Quality. Competence and understanding of the area is also needed, as well as definitions and decisions about formats that are useful...


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