Enterprise Architecture Firm-Banglore-27th May 2011

Enterprise Architecture Firm-Banglore-27th May 2011

 

About The Event

Agenda Overview

Modern enterprise & its dependency

  1. The Waves of Change – more services, more locations, more customers
  2. Learn why Enterprises are NOT coherent, integrated, flexible, dynamic, interoperable, reusable, aligned, lean?
  3. The Revolution in Concepts – discipline of “Management” vs “Enterprise Architecture” vs “IT”
  4. Why Enterprise Architecture (EA) is a CEO engagement, and not just an interface with a software engineering director?
  5. How to address the complexities and rate of change of the 21st Century Enterprise.

Defining framework for Enterprise Architecture

  1. Defining primitive enterprise artifacts
  2. Defining composite enterprise artifacts
  3. How to relate business strategies to business services?
  4. How to relate strategies to business services, business processes & IT system
  5. The Extended Framework
  6. Rules of the Framework
  7. Identify business offerings, processes, IT systems, people behavior that is inconsistent with the strategic goals

Enterprise objectives

  1. Identify the obstacles to successful implementation of architecture
  2. Identify desirable characteristics of flexibility, interoperability, reusability, reduced time - to - market etc.
  3. Difference between architecting systems and architecting an enterprise.
  4. Effective strategies for above

Enterprise Architecture: implementation practicalities

  1. Model Selection, Skills & Approaches
  2. Short Term Demand Strategies
  3. Architecture driven modernisation

Architecture methodologies

  1. Classification Vs. Methodologies
  2. Methodology Standards
  3. Framework Implementers - methodologies overview
  4. Enterprise Architecture management
  5. Funding and Cost Justification
  6. Return on Investment (ROI)
  7. Organisation & Culture Change

Guidelines for an action plan

  1. Considerations for embarking on a large scale transformation initiative
  2. Factors to consider in Mergers & Acquisitions beyond just balance sheet
  3. Zachman's Architectural Principles
  4. Architectural Compromises and Consequences

Learn about Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture

  • Understand the multi-dimensional view of business-technology alignment
  • A sense of urgency for aggressively pursuing Enterprise Architecture
  • A definition (description) of Enterprise Architecture. Learn how to clearly view an enterprise from multiple dimensions in order to cut through complexity and see the Big Picture
  • A "language" (ie., a Framework) for improving enterprise communications about architecture issues
  • How to create value for your organization by systematically recording assets, processes, connectivity, people, timing and motivation, through a simple framework
  • An understanding of the cultural changes implied by process evolution. How to effectively use the framework to anchor processes and procedures for delivering service and support for applications
  • An understanding of basic Enterprise physics
  • An understanding of Enterprise Engineering design principles. Best practices for approaching any project that is enterprise-wide in scope
  • Recommendations for the Sr. Managers to understand the political realities and organizational resistance in realizing EA vision and some excellent advices for overcoming these barriers
  • Number of practical examples of how to work with people who affect decisions on EA implementation.

How to apply Enterprise Architecture?

  • Considerations for embarking on a large scale transformation initiative - key actions & activities
  • Factors to consider in Mergers & Acquisitions beyond just balance sheet
  • Identify the bottlenecks if you plan to flood the market with your new service offerings
  • How to reduce time needed to draw the competitive analysis for the new market?
  • How to ensure that IT road-map is in sync with business strategies?
  • Why & how to rationalize your IT investment to provide double digit benefit?
  • How to use Enterprise Architecture as tool for in effective decision making?
  • How to translate organizational strategies to implementation & make it operational
  • Identify business offerings, processes, IT systems, people behavior that is inconsistent with the strategic goals
  • Why EA is a CEO engagement, and not just an interface with a software engineering director?

Who should attend?

This conference is designed for Management Professionals.

  • Business owners & Board of Directors
  • CXOs (CEOs, Directors,VPs, CTOs, Chief Architects & CIOs)
  • Consultants (IT, Process, Business, Business Intelligence etc...) & Managers (Project Managers, Program Managers, R&D Managers etc...)
  • Architects ( Solution Architects, Technical Architects, Enterprise Architects etc...)

The conference is designed for enterprise professionals of every discipline. Although it is addressing technology issues, it is not a "technical" conference. It addresses the subjects that both enterprise professionals and information professionals must understand to operate effectively in collaboration in the Information Age environment.

Further, the conference is appropriate for both management and operational (technical) professionals. For management it clarifies the issues for decision purposes and enables more meaningful dialog with and among the technology community. For operations, it establishes the context for developing improved approaches and implementation strategies.

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