Why Lean & Agile Architecture (LAA)?
For some time now, we have felt and realized that classical Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) along the lines of methods and best practices from a non-digital world can no longer bring sufficient benefits in a disruptive environment. That’s why we’ve been considering how EAM can once again become a discipline that can contribute to a company’s business success.
The LAA components
lean agile architecture has four core components.
The LAA initiative
We have launched the “lean agile architecture management (LAA)” initiative. Boris Reinhard (redminds Switzerland) is now giving his first lectures on the subject at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts about this topic. In addition, the new LAA framework will be continuously further developed, events on the topic will be set up and so on. This website serves as an information point for all further developments. And, of course, LAA is applied in practice!
The best of lean, agile and architecture management
LAA is much more than just “bare” architecture management. LAA combines the best elements from lean, agile and a lean architecture management approach that we have been living for years.
The LAA architect is a “servant leader”
- She*he focuses on the value she*he generates.
- Is a change agent.
- Acts as a coach & facilitator.
- Leads without formally being the boss but through influence and agile leadership. She*he serves the teams.
The LAA event in Zürich and further information
A LAA event will soon take place in Zurich. You can register for the event and further information on the LAA framework below – without obligation.
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The best architectures, requirements, and design emerge from self-organizing teams – Agile Manifesto