Lesson 65 - The Distributed Strategy of Enterprise Architecture    
(posted July 29, 2019)

The Distributed Strategy of Enterprise Architecture is one where enterprise architecture teams are decentralized, with each business unit having autonomous control over defining and governing their own standards. In addition, minimally defined standards are still defined and governed centrally by a central enterprise architecture team. In this lesson Mark Richards describes the distributed strategy, shows examples of how it is applied, and then discusses the advantages and disadvantages of this strategy. 

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