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Architectural Thinking comes with a list of ten (business- & IT) architecture principles that guide the implementation of solutions.

Here are some examples:

We act in a sustainable manner and as ONE enterprise

  • Solutions are built with a company-wide focus rather than in business unit silos.
  • Inter-divisional functionalities are implemented in company-wide platforms, not in several isolated applications.

Business goals and value streams drive our application landscape

  • We implement the ‘right’ projects – those with business values we believe in.
  • We use structured business analysis, business architecture and innovation methods early in the ideation process.

We do not re-invent the wheel

  • We check whether existing applications can be re-used before implementing new ones.
  • We look for standard solutions before we implement individual solutions.

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