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ArchiMate has become an important standard for enterprise architecture modelling. This open and independent EA modelling language is now supported by different tool vendors and consulting firms. It allows enterprise architects to describe, analyze and visualize the relationships among business domains in an unambiguous way. With ArchiMate 2.0, you can now also include the business motivations and business goals in the model (making it an even better communication tool with the business), as well as the programs, projects and migration paths to implement your enterprise architecture (making it an even better change instrument).
Topics which will be covered include (but your ideas and inputs are very welcome):
This evening event is free of charge, but registration is required.ArchiMate and TOGAF are registered trademarks of The Open Group.
This evening event consists of:
Bas van Gils is an enterprise architect with a passion for business and IT. His experience ranges from enterprise architecture to strategic management and leadership. In his work as enterprise architect, he has been involved in different types of projects, including standardization of processes and tooling with respect to development and governance of information systems, analysis and optimization of application portfolio, application integration, and motivating an organization (across departments and management layers) to embrace enterprise architecture as a way of working. In his work he strives to combine his practical experience with extensive knowledge of state of the art research on enterprise architecture including TOGAF and ArchiMate.
Bas is passionate about his work, has a strong personality, good analytic skills and good communication skills. A balance between adding value in practice and continuous learning is an essential ingredient of his attitude towards work. His ambition is to work on complex issues in the field of strategic architecture. Bas is currently also active as researcher and lecturer.
You can follow Bas on twitter via @basvg.
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