An enterprise architecture team has a tall order getting a digital transformation program off the ground. We met up with Gari Garcia, Enterprise Architect IAG GBS, to discuss. We covered a range of great topics including digital strategy formation and development, PMO integration, innovation management, execution and delivery as well as architecture team building.
Software Architecture - ATAM Case Study (Architecture evaluation) by Viswanathan Hariharan Viswanathan Hariharan has 25+ years experience in IT delivery & Lean consulting. He has managed software development projects and Application maintenance services. He has experience in software estimation, project planning and preparing proposals for clients. As Lean coach, he enabled teams to identify improvement
Modeling for Everyone - UML® Profile for BIZBOK® by Chris Armstrong Presentation Abstract: This session will review the UML Profile for BIZBOK® created at the Business Architecture Guild created to increase adoption of BIZBOK®-based modeling for existing UML tool users. Not only does this solution diminish the need for end-users to create their own
Enterprise Transformation in Business View : Integrating Business and Technology Strategies & Drive Cutting Edge
Enterprise Transformation in Business View : Integrating Business and Technology Strategies & Drive Cutting Edge by Vinu Jade Vinu Jade Enterprise Architect – jDruids In 25+ years of work experience, Mr. Vinu Jade, a practicing Enterprise Architect at jDruids presently, has held leadership roles including Technology Advisor, and Chief Architect & Technology Officer at
Of Horses and Unicorns : Architecture for Digital Transformation by Nigel Green Presentation Abstract: Of Horses & Unicorns: The Why, What & How of Digital Adoption At this briefing, Nigel Green will recap & then continue the story he first told to the British Chamber in July 2016. This is the story of how a major
People Change in Digital Transformation by Andy Ruth Most agree that business capability requires people, process, and technology. Digital transformation requires change across all three. Technology is the most fun and easiest to adopt and adapt. Process is next, easy enough to change but not nearly as fun as technology. Last and hardest is people change.