Farewell, Journal

The May number of the Journal of Enterprise Architecture is now available to AEA members. This number contains a good blend of fine articles:

Editor’s Corner: John Gøtzejea

Architect in the Spotlight: Chris Bird

Towards Enterprise Architecture-Infused Organizations
By Bjorn Cumps, Stijn Viaene, Pascal Dussart, Joachim Vanden Brande

The EARScorecard – An Instrument to Assess the Effectiveness of the EA Realization Process
By Leo Pruijt, Raymond Slot, Henk Plessius, and Sjaak Brinkkemper

Physical Design Criteria for an EA Repository
By Rory Darling

Managerial and Ontological Issues in the Development of Enterprise Architecture – Experiences from a Case Study
By Jonas Hedman and Mikael Schonström

Book Review: Intersection: How Enterprise Design Bridges the Gap Between Business, Technology, and People
By Peter Sjølin

For me, this number is particularly special: It is the last number under my editorship. In the Editor’s Corner, I note:


I have decided to step down as Chief Editor of JEA, and this number will be the last number under my editorship. I have been serving the EA community over 100 peer-reviewed articles over the past three years, and now need to focus more on my own work. It’s been a privilege working with the contributing authors, the reviewers, the editorial board, and the AEA staff.

Thank you.

I decided to step down because I envisioned another direction for JEA than what the AEA management had in mind. I will leave it to AEA to talk about their plans for the future of JEA.


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