11/07/2013 - By Unicom
Latest programme for 19 Sept 2013
Enterprise Architecture (EA) has emerged as a business concept that embraces the structure and operation of an organisation. People who practice and apply Enterprise Architectures are called Enterprise Architects. They are responsible for planning how an organisation can achieve their current and future objectives most effectively while keeping the expenditure at the least possible level.
Experts in the field the view Enterprise Architecture from four different perspectives. These are:
- The Business Perspective
- The Application Perspective
- The Information Perspective
- The Technology Perspective,
The purpose of introducing Enterprise Architecture in organisations is to include efficient decision making, brisk adaptability to the change in demands, cut down on inefficiency and dead-end processes, effective utilization of resources and reduce staff turnover.
Enterprise Architecture strategies are developing at a fast pace and there are new elements affecting the ways it is designed and implemented. As a result, some organisations and architects are finding it difficult to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in the Enterprise Architecture.
This conference will be lead by experienced business architects and offers an opportunity for delegates to participate in interactive discussions and share real time experiences and expertise. Participants can also examine their current EA structure and evaluate the tools and methods and so optimise their investments.
These three related conferences are co-located and they share a common exhibition:
- Enterprise Architecture and Its Application
- Business Analysis for Organisational Success
- Digital Transformation and Change Management
There is a common open plenary session and a common closing panel session.
Who should attend:
- Enterprise Architects who are looking to upgrade their knowledge in the field and Business Architects who are looking expand their knowledge to the next level.
- Experienced IT Architects and developers wishing to take on a more business oriented role.
- Business analysts wishing to move into business architect roles.
- Business architects who need to consolidate and extend their practical knowledge and skills.
- CIOs and Chief Architects responsible for translating business strategic vision into IT-enable delivery programmes and creating more flexible IT systems.
- Senior Business Strategists and analysts, Chief Operation Officers and Business Managers who want to create more agile organisations, ensure cross-functional integration, and optimize their investment in assets and change programmes
- IT Architects and Designers, Project and Programme Managers responsible for adhering to architecture guidelines and interested influencing standard setting activities.
Benefits of attending:
- Balance the competing requirements of functional and process stakeholders
- Anticipate and respond to changing business needs more quickly
- Align all programs of business change and process governance with IT and HR strategy
- Continuously manage processes as assets of the enterprise
- Make process technology work for your organization
- Successfully define and manage an aligned program of change
Presentations from last Septembers event:
|Why do Architectures Fail? - Robbie Forder, Hi-Q Systems|
|Case Study: Simone Milani-Foglia (LCH.Clearnet) - "LCH.Clearnet Enterprise Architecture"|
|David Rose (Boardroom Associates) - 'Just Enough EA'|
|Other presentations pending...|
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