Applied Enterprise Architecture Concepts
Best practices to develop EA artifacts in a manner that links strategy, business and technology
17-20 March 2009 (10-18)
Location: Crowne Plaza Antwerpen
Presented in English
Price: 2400 EUR
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Dr John Gøtze is an independent consultant and writer, and the former Chief Editor of the Journal of Enterprise Architecture, the "pracademic" (combining practitioner and academic papers) publication of the AEA, the Association of Enterprise Architects. He is a co-founder of EA Fellows, a group of Danish enterprise architecture professionals. John has worked with government technology, enterprise architecture and open standards for more than 15 years. He is also a non-tenured associate professor at Copenhagen Business School and at the Danish IT University, where he has been teaching an enterprise architecture masters class for three years. He is also a staff member of OASIS, the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards. He is also a member of the Open Policy Group.
As chief consultant and enterprise architect at the National IT and Telecom Agency in Copenhagen from early 2001 to late 2005, Dr Gøtze was involved with developing the Danish national policy for a government-wide enterprise architecture. He was responsible for the Danish interoperability framework, which recommends government to adopt a service-oriented architecture and open standards. In the EU, he has been involved with developing the European Interoperability Framework under the Europe 2005 programme. From 1997-2001, he worked for the Swedish government as head of section in the Swedish Agency for Public Management, and helped launch the Swedish e-government strategy. He holds a M.Sc. in Engineering and a Ph.D. in participatory design, both from the Technical University of Denmark.
Dr. Gøtze has lectured and written extensively about standards, e-government and enterprise architecture over the years. As a civil servant, he has co-authored several Danish and Swedish official policy documents, for example, White Paper on Enterprise Architecture in Government (2003, see www.oio.dk) and The 24/7 Agency: Criteria for 24/7 Agencies in the Networked Public Administration (2000, see www.statskontoret.se). As a member of the Open Policy Group, he is co-author of "Roadmap for Open ICT Ecosystems" (Harvard, 2005, see www.openization.org).
John is also the co-author of the brandnew book "Beyond Alignment: Applying Systems Thinking in Architecting Enterprises" and the book "Coherency Management: Architecting the Enterprise for Alignment, Agility and Assurance".
John has a blog at http://gotze.eu, and he can also be found on twitter.
Peter Sørensen is a Director of Business Consulting at NorthHouse Partners Ltd. (Copenhagen, Denmark), specialised in IT Strategy, Enterprise Architecture, Business Integration and Project Portfolio Management. He has gathered practical experience with Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise Governance at Canon Europe and MAN Diesel, and through his work as management consultant with NorthHouse Partners, CSC, Headstrong Benelux, and Cambridge Technology Partners.
Mr. Sørensen is a Certified Enterprise Architect from Carnegie Mellon University, certified TOGAF Enterprise Architect, reviewer of TOGAF 8 Enterprise Edition Study Guide and a founding member of the TOGAF Institute. Mr. Sørensen received his Master of Science in International Business Administration from Copenhagen Business School and is certified in Corporate Finance by INSEAD and Amsterdam Institute of Finance.
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