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How does Enterprise Architecture support innovation?

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How does Enterprise Architecture support innovation? / Nardello, Marco; Lapalme, James; Toppenberg, Gustav; Gøtze, John.

2015 International Conference on Enterprise Systems (ES). IEEE Computer Society Press, 2015. p. 192 - 199.

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Nardello, M, Lapalme, J, Toppenberg, G & Gøtze, J 2015, How does Enterprise Architecture support innovation? in 2015 International Conference on Enterprise Systems (ES). IEEE Computer Society Press, pp. 192 - 199, Enterprise Systems, Basel, Switzerland, 14/10/2015. https://doi.org/10.1109/ES.2015.26

APA

Nardello, M., Lapalme, J., Toppenberg, G., & Gøtze, J. (2015). How does Enterprise Architecture support innovation? In 2015 International Conference on Enterprise Systems (ES) (pp. 192 - 199). IEEE Computer Society Press. https://doi.org/10.1109/ES.2015.26

Vancouver

Nardello M, Lapalme J, Toppenberg G, Gøtze J. How does Enterprise Architecture support innovation? In 2015 International Conference on Enterprise Systems (ES). IEEE Computer Society Press. 2015. p. 192 - 199 https://doi.org/10.1109/ES.2015.26

Author

Nardello, Marco ; Lapalme, James ; Toppenberg, Gustav ; Gøtze, John. / How does Enterprise Architecture support innovation?. 2015 International Conference on Enterprise Systems (ES). IEEE Computer Society Press, 2015. pp. 192 - 199

Bibtex

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title = "How does Enterprise Architecture support innovation?",
abstract = "Innovation is becoming increasingly important for Enterprise Architecture (EA) teams. Consequently, it is crucial that tools be developed to assist Enterprise Architecture teams when evaluating how (and how well) they are supporting innovation within the context of their enterprise. To date very little research has been completed that focuses on both EA and innovation. This paper presents an assessment tool to help EA teams evaluate and improve how they support innovation. The tool has been tested in a case study with a hi-tech firm and initial results are presented.",
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