ABACUS in the GEAO Journal
February 21, 2008
In the article, Kyle Dunsire (Architecture Practice Manager of Avolution) and Dr Tim O'Neill (Research Fellow at UTS and Executive Director of Avolution) state "Since the dawn of mankind myths have played an important role as a powerful teaching device. Sometimes allegorical, they often contain strong moral messages and profound lessons about life. At best myths are timely and revealing, and the image of the myth stays firmly etched in the minds of those that hear it." Mr Dunsire and Dr O'Neill go on to "(playfully) repurpose and rename one famous and ancient Greek myth in order to start an exposition of deficiencies in the modern practice of enterprise architecture and suggest some potential improvements."
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