Culture is very seldom a problem working in a status quo. Culture becomes tactile and more real as soon as we start working with influences from outside the realm of our working culture. This influence is sometimes a new employee, manager, consultant. And sometimes this influence is designing and implementing architecture. These influences test biases across the board, and test our very own willingnes to embrace change. Implementing architecture without managing a required culture shift, will make the culture eat architecture for breakfast.Culture eats architecture for breakfast

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