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The Keys to Fruitfulness By Charles Babers
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Practically everyone wants to know how to be better at whatever it is that they do. The Keys to Fruitfulness is a common-sense guide to increasing one's personal productivity in all areas of life. ... More > It describes five biblically-based "keys" to being more fruitful and productive, and shows how anyone can apply those keys to become the best that they can be.< Less
Architecture Product Development Checklists By Charles Babers
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An addendum to "Architecture Development Made Easy, Second Edition", that provides comprehensive checklists for the development of each DoDAF enterprise architecture product.
The Enterprise Architecture Sourcebook, Vol. 1 By Charles Babers
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This sourcebook addresses a critical shortcoming in the body of architecture related guidance and instructions available to the architecture community—the lack of a single, comprehensive... More > document that describes how to execute an enterprise architecture project from conception to completion and through post-development maintenance. It provides the basic description of an end-to-end architecture process that will help users greatly shorten the time required to master the art and science of becoming an expert enterprise architect.< Less
Architecture Sourcebook Vol.2: Data Centric Architectures By Charles Babers
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The common approach to creating enterprise architectures is the development of a set of formal, formatted and standardized architecture products. Taken together, the products provide a full... More > description of the enterprise. This volume focuses on a data-centric alternative to the commonly used product centric approach. As the name implies, the data-centric approach to architecture development centers around defining an enterprise by defining data elements that describe the components and characteristics of the enterprise. These data elements can be grouped into seven different information categories: organizations and organizational nodes; systems and system nodes; information and data; interrelationships (including interfaces and information exchanges); operational concepts; missions, functions, processes, tasks, and activities; and rules.< Less

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