The factors affecting institutionalisation of enterprise architecture in the organisation

  • Iyamu T
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Despite impressive technical advances in tools and methodologies and the organizational insights provided by many years of academic and business researches, the underperformance of Information Technology (IT) remains. In the past and even today, organizations experience difficulty in managing technology, changing from system to system, implementing new technology, maintaining compatibility with existing technologies, and changing from one business process to another. These problems impact significantly on business performance and will continue to do so if not addressed. As a result, many organizations have deployed EA in an attempt to address these challenges. However, the design and development of EA has proven to be easier than its institutionalization. The study explored the development and implementation of EA to determine the factors, which are barriers to its institutionalization. Two case studies were conducted. Keywords-Institutionalization;

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  • Deployment
  • EA
  • Factors
  • Institutionalization

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