A great session last week with tool-vendor Alfabet, at their launch of a new London-based enterprise-architecture interest-group. (There'd been a previous one run by Microsoft, but it'd closed down somewhen late last year. This looks like it'll be a very good replacement.)
It was set up as a dinner-event. I'd been asked by Florian Kreuger and the others of the Alfabet crew to act as the pre-dinner 'controversial conversation-starter' (that's how I interpreted it, anyway ) to get the ideas flowing during the dinner itself, and Craig Martin from the Australian-based international recruitment/consultancy group Enterprise Architects provided a more conventional follow-up discussion after the dinner itself, talking about trends in focus and recruitment for the worldwide EA discipline.