2day Inperson Seminar What does an effective Enterprise Architecture Program look like when imple
An effective EA Program should play a leadership role in addressing these needs & wants.
An effective Enterprise Architecture (EA) Program can deliver significant benefits to an organization including:
Reduced cost to maintain existing IT systems by reducing the number of technologies in operation (lower the cost of maintenance and training) as well as increasing the utilization of IT assets
Reduced time to bring new business products/services to the market by enabling the re-use of Business and IT services
Increased effectiveness of IT resources (capacity planning, solution teams) including increased efficiency of operation (design for change)
Increased effectiveness of Business resources by providing information and support for decision making (triggers points) and enabling impact analysis (reduce technology risk)
Reduce the all-to-often "firedrills" that divert focus from business imperatives
Why should you attend:
IT and Business Leaders that want to hear some ideas on how to make dramatic improvements in their ability to control IT costs as well as improving their companies' ability to respond effectively to business opportunities.
Areas Covered in the Session:
What is Enterprise Architecture (EA)?
Review popular "Frameworks"
Discuss EA definitions
Practical advice of what is EA
Key characteristics of effective EA Programs
Review observed behavior of some existing programs (anonymous)
Review the major components of EA
Provide advice on what makes an effective EA Program
Guiding Principles with a Class Exercise
Benefits of select EA Programs
Business and IT Benefits realized by select organizations
Case Study on Integrating EA into the Strategic Planning Process
Recommendations on building an Effective EA Program
Discuss various approaches
Identify some key factors
Key features of an Effective Enterprise Architecture Program
Who Will Benefit:
Business Leaders that want more from their IT Organization
Senior Principal Consultant, Trexin Consulting
Greg Kohl is a Sr. Principle Consultant with Trexin Consulting. He has a strong technical background coupled with significant experience working closely with business leaders driving both application and infrastructure areas. Greg has demonstrated success in creating Enterprise Architecture Programs at Honeywell International and Kelly Services as well as working with several Trexin clients engaged with EA.
Greg has strong IT management experience from his P&L leadership of both consulting organizations and internal IT strategic leadership positions. He has demonstrated experience bridging business and technology for clients around the globe and leading strategy and IT business planning projects. Greg has driven infrastructure consolidation efforts that resulted in significant cost savings. His IT background spans software development (Operating Systems through Applications), systems integration, Data Center rationalization, DR, Enterprise Architecture as well as the technologies of servers, networking, and the Internet.
Location : Zürich, Switzerland
venue: Hilton Zurich Airport
Hohenbuehlstrasse 10, 8152 Opfikon Glattbrugg Zurich Switzerland
Until January 15, Early Bird Price: $1,295.00
From January 16 to January 21, Regular Price: $1,495.00
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