Previously in the Architecture Practice: Chief architect Herbert Birchbranch (called Herb in the text) turned into problems when he realized that a common perception among the technicians was that architecture is just a recommendation, something you care about if you want. One of the solutions to the problem was to involve the technicians in the architecture work.
After a year in his role as chief architect, Herb still is struggling in creating throughput of architecture deliverables. On one hand a consistent model for architecture description has been defined. On the other the change pace in the organization is overwhelming. The architects are frustrated. They don’t have time to finish their architecture work. Herb is frustrated because his team delivers to less. The earlier perception that the architects are doing almost nothing of value was starting to grow again. [Read more…]