Maximizing Business Architects and the Science of Strengths

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April 17, 2021

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June 16, 2021

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This article, published by Cutter Consortium, provides a small subset of key research findings from the Business Architect Strengths Study. It also describes what these findings mean for most effectively leveraging the unique abilities of business architecture within our organizations.

The distinct and special characteristics business architects worldwide seem to share, which make them particularly well suited for their roles, have long marveled me. However, there is very little data-backed research on the human side of business architecture. Thus, it seemed it was time to bring a bit of science into the mix to help us understand why we view business architects as gifted in certain areas, along with why we see common challenges. So I initiated the global "Business Architect Strengths Study" a first-of-its-kind, to discover and share insights that can help business architects, their executives, and the industry maximize the impact of business architecture. This Executive Update by Cutter Senior Consultant Whynde Kuehn provides a small subset of key research findings and, most important, what these findings mean for most effectively leveraging the unique abilities of business architecture within our organizations.

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