Paul A. Strassmann

There is no such thing as a standard enterprise architecture. Enterprise design is as unique as a human fingerprint, because enterprise differ in how they function. Adopting an enterprise architecture is therefore one of the most urgent tasks for top executive management. Fundamentally, and information framework is a political doctrine for specifying as to who will have what information to make timely decisions.

The politics of information management: policy guidelines.(1995)

Marc Lankhorst

The most important characteristic of an enterprise architecture is that it provides a holistic view of the enterprise.

Enterprise Architecture at Work: Modelling, Communication and Analysis.

W. Bradford Rigdon

There is not a single correct way to develop an architecture or implement standards for every enterprise; they must be customized to the environment.

"Architectures and Standards". In: Information Management Directions: The Integration Challenge E.N. Fong and A.H. Goldfine (eds.). NIST Sept 1989. p.136


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