Six Attributes of the Entrepreneurial Business Architect
by Jeff Scott, on Aug 25, 2015 10:09:23 AM
Most business architects I know wouldn’t call themselves entrepreneurs but there is more similarity there than they think – at least for the successful ones. When I am working with new business architecture teams I often encourage them to think like a startup. If nothing else, this approach helps them create a deeper understanding of their customers and critically evaluate their planned products and services.
While not a perfect analogy, thinking like an entrepreneur can help new and struggling business architecture teams take a fresh look at how they are positioning themselves in their company’s “marketplace”.
Entrepreneurial business architects:
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Starting and growing a business architecture practice is analogous to starting a new business. It takes a good idea, hard work, a willingness to fail and evolve, and a little luck. Business architects can learn a lot from successful entrepreneurs.