Restarting Enterprise Architecture in the age of Digital Transformation

In today's world of digital transformation, many organizations are struggling to make Enterprise Architecture work. Existing frameworks like T OGAF are difficult to implement properly and
don't provide the business agility necessary to succeed with comprehensive digital transformation initiatives.
 
As a result, Enterprise Architecture is now at a crossroads. Existing approaches and artifacts aren't providing sufficient value. Instead, organizations must rethink the
role EA plays -- and the enterprise architects themselves must think in new ways about how their profession provides value to their organizations 
 
In this webinar, you will learn
- Key tips to help your CIO see the value of EA
- What needs to be different about EA in a   Digital Transformation world
- What you can do today to restart your EA program
 
 
About Jason Bloomberg About Michael Fulton
Jason Bloomberg is the leading industry analyst and expert on achieving agile digital transformation by architecting business agility in the enterprise. He writes for Forbes, Wired, and his biweekly newsletter, the Cortex. As president of Intellyx, he advises business executives on their digital transformation initiatives, trains architecture teams on Agile Architecture, and helps technology vendors and service providers communicate their agility stories. His latest book is The Agile Architecture Revolution (Wiley, 2013).  Michael Fulton, President CC&C Americas, is an experienced architect with almost 10 years of experience in Enterprise Architecture and over 25 years of IT experience. He is both TOGAF® Certified and a Cloud Certified Architect and has led IT4IT Architecture, Cloud Architecture, IT Strategic Planning, and EA Capability & Training Development at P&G. Mike is an experienced speaker and trainer, a practiced leadership coach and mentor and is well known across the industry. He brings a strategic viewpoint and the ability to communicate with all levels of the organization.
   

 

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Thursday, January 7, 2016 - 13:00

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