I agree with @Geoff Manning. I've done both TOGAF and Zachman (and luckily with John Zachman himself!). Both are really good frameworks for EA. It's really about the ability to conceptualise, zoom out to the very high-level picture and then zoom into the detail of one space using the more specific frameworks (which is where the subject matter experts and more specialised architects [e.g. security] come into play in architecture work). It's also very beneficial if your business architects have BPMN certification/experience because it enables more meaningful conversations with business analysts that use a sound and recognised framework when doing transformation work - especially if said transformation will/may involve external providers, including any of the big APS agencies who are more likely to use BPMN. regardsPaula
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