Author Archives: kvoges

About kvoges

Founder & Father, Corporate & Startup, Product Manager & life juggler -> loving it :)

My commit history of source-code at iteraplan

What a long track record – with lots of off-times and a low commit level in the last few years 🙂 iteraplan is such a great EA Tool!

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

EA Visualization – Roadmap/Gantt Chart/Life-Cycle

A popular visualization within Enterprise Architecture is the Roadmap or Gantt Chart. Sometimes also called a Masterplan or Timeline. The roadmap diagram presents a timeline showing periods and status information of e.g. applications, projects, servers or business units. Sometimes the … Continue reading


Posted in EnterpriseArchitecture, Visualization | 1 Comment

The power of visualizations in Enterprise Architecture

The central drivers for Enterprise Architecture Management are the goals and areas of concern of your stakeholders. Valuable tools for answering stakeholder questions are visualizations and reports. Visualizations allow you to see different information combined in one view, often much quicker … Continue reading

Posted in EnterpriseArchitecture, Visualization | Leave a comment

iteraplan for Sparx EA – MDG

iteraplan for Sparx EA – MDG Get your iteraplan look and feel into the most wide-spread IT-Architect’s favorite modelling Tool (Sparx EA): The iteraplan for Sparx EA MDG is the solution. Equip your Enterprise Architect users with a model-based framework for implementing … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Re-Birth in Blogosphere

It has been a while that I was regular blogging. Maybe now is the time to restart it? A lot is getting reboot at the moment, so why not the blogging. Twitter is another area, that should see some more … Continue reading

Posted in private, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Alignment in the EA Tool Market

Inspired from Seth’s Blog: Alignment: Seth Godin made me think about the alignment of iteraplan – the OpenSource EA Tool and the rest of EA Tools in the market. So here are my thoughts on it – the good side: … Continue reading

Posted in EnterpriseArchitecture, IT, OpenSource | Leave a comment

It’s a reading day and links for you

Since most of today I spent in trains it was a reading day (with lots of and news in google reader )and therefore here some links describing my findings of the day: Prezi – the new way of presenting … Continue reading

Posted in IT, startup, Tip, WWW | Leave a comment

Linchpin Meetup in Munich Dec 7

As a regular reader of Seth Godin’s Blog I came across the Linchpin Meetup on December 7 If you are interested in getting a meeting started in Munich – sign up at MeetUp! It all started with the book Linchpin … Continue reading

Posted in Book, private, Tip | Leave a comment

Solve problems and present your ideas

In my daily work life as an IT-Management consultant (specialised in Enterprise Architecture – EAM) and as a product manager for the first open-source EA Tool iteraplan I have to do quite a few workshops with clients, prospects and users, … Continue reading

Posted in Book, startup, Tip | 2 Comments

From Scrum to Kanban

Great read: From Scrum to Kanban – good and bad reasons to switch. Currently at iteratec we do Kanban for the development of the first OpenSource EA Tool iteraplan. Now for a bit more than a year already. It helps … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, development, IT | Leave a comment