Enterprise Design Sprint and Milky Way Workshop at IRM UK Enterprise Architecture and BPM Europe conference, London, 2018

This is a joint press release originally published by IRM Sweden

IRM Sweden and EDA (Enterprise Design Associates), a unique network of global experts, consultants and practitioners specializing in Enterprise Design Sprints, are delighted to announce a collaboration that will accelerate the way companies manage business mapping and organizational change.

For several years, “The Milky Way”, IRM’s renowned Enterprise Architecture mapping Solution, has led the way in business geography visualisation. …

by Katharina Weber, Associate, EDA; Dennis Middeke, Partner, EDA and Tomomi Sasaki, AQ

This is a story about a GV style design sprint. If you’ve never heard of that, you can learn more here or read the book.

Enterprise Design Associates is a strategic design consultancy based in Europe. Together with the YOU AND ME team at Deutsche Telekom, we prepared and facilitated a large Enterprise Design Sprint Camp with 70 participants and 12 Design Sprints in parallel.

Deutsche Telekom is one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies. YOU AND ME is the internal workplace ecosystem for their 220.000…

by Milan Guenther, Partner, EDA. Originally published in IRM Connects

Enterprise IT is broken. Ask any person in “the business” — and to IT that means anyone else — what they think about IT, and you get a blank stare at best. It’s synonymous with complex legacy tools and rigid procedures. This is often paired with a general attitude of defending what exists, and preventing change.

Business Analysts, Enterprise Architects and other professionals have been trying to close the perceived business-IT divide for years, attempting to make them work towards a common goal, mapping, explaining and documenting the complexity of…

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