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Outside-in Architecture: Rethinking the Agile Enterprise

Although information technology has enabled new approaches to business architecture, the actual improvement of business results may depend on evolving the business architecture itself. How can an outside-in perspective help technology executives design a more agile architecture that takes advantage of modern technology disruption?

On a Technology Executives Dbriefs webcast, Outside-in architecture: Rethinking the agile enterprise, held on August 2, 2012, Deloitte LLP director John Hagel, and principal Eric Openshaw discussed:

  • What an outside-in business architecture is and how it differs from traditional architecture
  • How this new approach to business architecture can change relationships with trading partners and customers
  • Real-world examples of how enterprises are leveraging outside-in architectures for business advantage

Watch the Dbriefs webcast replay to learn how an outside-in approach to your business architecture can enable agility and enhance marketplace value and competitiveness.

The following polling questions were conducted during the webcast:




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