TOGAFSep 07, 2021

Implementing enterprise transformation using TOGAF®

For many companies, change is a way of life. In fact, companies need to change to survive. Enterprise transformation deals with the fundamental organisational change that impacts how its core business is conducted. This need for transformation change can be caused by internal or external factors, but the result is a shift in how the organisation relates to its wider economic environment.


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