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This seminar and workshop gives architects, analysts, project and programme leaders, strategists, consultants, ... a good idea of how they should:
About this seminar
Ask yourself and your colleagues: Is your Enterprise Architecture influencing decisions, shaping investments, and enhancing performance ? Although everybody agrees that this is the real purpose of having an Enterprise Architecture, very few companies are able to answer the question affirmatively.
The fundamentals of Enterprise Architecture (EA) - frameworks, methods and tools - equip each Enterprise Architect for a career-long journey of successes and professional development through working with others. From designing solutions and roadmaps to maximising EA's contribution across the enterprise, the journey relies on Enterprise Architecture's ability to influence business decisions, to shape investments in change, and to measurably enhance enterprise performance.
This intensive two-day seminar and workshop focuses on successful management strategies for Enterprise Architecture. It includes - for example - measuring the architectural performance of an enterprise, discovering the often-unstated interpretations of corporate and business strategies, formulating a winning strategy for Enterprise Architecture itself, and executing that strategy every day through each architect's "play-or-pass" choices.
Entirely based on first-hand experiences of Enterprise Architecture in practice, the seminar will help you to:
This is a seminar for everyone who has an interest in the contribution and reputation of Enterprise Architecture. It is focused on the management and leadership aspects of EA, rather than the frameworks, tools and methods that architects use for designing solutions and roadmaps, so has a wider potential audience than many other EA-related seminars.
Who should attend this seminar ?
This seminar is for everyone who has an interest in the contribution and appreciation of enterprise architecture, including:
5 Reasons why you should attend this seminar
Chris is a hands-on corporate strategist, an executive mentor, an award-winning speaker and a writer, who specialises in enterprise architecture and investment in change ...
He works with Executives, Enterprise Architects, and Portfolio Managers around the world in a diverse range of industries, cultures and companies, helping them grow the results they achieve through their strategies for innovation and change.
As a hands-on strategist and mentor, Chris's passion is helping executives and senior managers to drive the maximum possible performance from the innovations and changes they invest in. With a history steeped in real-world strategies, and the relentless pursuit of approaches that actually work, Chris has developed a deep understanding of the cultural, structural and operational reasons why enterprises succeed and fail at investing in innovation, change, and IT. His ability to rapidly turn this into tangible results is highly valued by the people he works with.
As an award-winning speaker, Chris delivers keynote speeches, chairs conferences, facilitates workshops, and hosts seminars. He delivers public and private briefings at large and small events worldwide, and has delivered visiting lectures at New York University, City University in London, and the IT University of Copenhagen. His audiences are typically Company Executives, Project Portfolio Managers, Enterprise Architects, and IT Leaders.
As an innovative writer, Chris is the author of probably the only trilogy of business novels on the planet - The FruITion Trilogy, which consists of the 3 books FruITion, RecrEAtion and DefrICtion. They explore in a series of stories narrated by three different people, how executives can drive high-performing investments in innovation and change, by starting with a new approach to their management of IT and ending with a strategy for Enterprise Investment. In keeping with Chris's groundbreaking approaches and strategy background, they are written using scenario planning techniques, film-making theory, and other influences.
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