In this podcast episode, host Ole Olesen-Bagneux is joined by Svyatoslav Kotusev, a renowned Enterprise Architecture Researcher and author of ‘The Practice of Enterprise Architecture: A Modern Approach to Business and IT Alignment’ (SK Publishing). Svyatoslav recounts his evolution from a software developer to an enterprise architecture researcher, laying the foundation for his innovative CSVLOD model, which challenges conventional enterprise architecture practices.
Delving into the shortcomings of traditional frameworks like TOGAF, Svyatoslav advocates for an empirical, communication-focused approach in enterprise architecture. He emphasizes the necessity of bridging the gap between IT and business leaders, crucial for effective decision-making and democratizing data within organizations.
The discussion pivots to the future of enterprise architecture, where Svyatoslav offers his perspective on the evolving role of architects and the natural development of practices, independent of prescriptive frameworks. He predicts a more integrated, IT-dependent organizational landscape, necessitating adaptive and dynamic enterprise architecture strategies.
🎧 Tune in to this insightful episode for a deep dive into the transformative world of enterprise architecture, where Svyatoslav Kotusev’s empirical insights challenge the status quo and shed light on the future directions of this vital field.