Enterprise architecture has been continuously developing since the mid-1980s. Although there is now 35 years of research and use, there is still a lack consistent definitions and standards. This is apparent in the proliferation of so many different enterprise architecture frameworks. Despite the significant body of research, there is a need for standardization of terminology based upon a meta-analysis of the literature. Enterprise architecture programs require commitment throughout an organization to be effective and must be perceived to add value. This research offers an initial basis for researchers who need to expand and continue this research topic with an actual meta-analysis, and for practitioners who would like to use an efficient method for EA projects.
Journal of Information Systems Applied Research
Information Systems and Computing Academic Professionals
Scholarly Commons Citation
Halawi, L., McCarthy, R., & Farah, J. (2019). Where We Are With Enterprise Architecture. Journal of Information Systems Applied Research, 12(3). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1234