Welcome to my new Gartner Blog!
It’s me, the Enterprise Architect formally know as “Mike The Architect” (a.k.a. Mike Walker) is back on the blogging scene. While I will not be blogging on Mike The Architect any longer you can find my latest travels here.
I feel like I must be honest with you though. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to continue blogging. After all, I will be doing no shortage of writing as a Gartner Analyst. However, as I thought about blogging more and more, I still wanted that more direct interaction and openness with all of you. I hope you share my same level of passion as well.
Many of you that have followed me over the years know my blog, www.MikeTheArchitect.com well. I will continue to push the envelope and provide insights that I see from my travels. One thing I do want to differently on this blog that I didn’t do so much of before is make this a more interactive conversation. I want to hear from you more. Let’s leverage the comments section and polling to get more of a grasp on what you are doing in your day to day practices.
For those of you that don’t know me and/or what I will be up to at Gartner, you can find my bio: [Mike J. Walker Analyst Bio] . The short version is I’m a Gartner Research Director within the Enterprise Architecture area focusing on Enterprise Information Architecture and disruptive trends like Smart Machines and Digital Business.
I look forward to interacting with you here on Gartner blogs. Remember, same Mike different URL.
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