David’s slides from the presentation:
Tuesday 27th October 2015, 6pm – 8:00pm
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Business Architecture has seen rapid adoption in recent years, but while the discipline of Business Architecture is still maturing there is a lack of clarity around exactly what Business Architecture is, and the role of a Business Architect. This presentation will discuss the purpose and value of Business Architecture as a strategic discipline, its relation to the ‘technical’ aspects of Enterprise Architecture and will also explore some of the key techniques used to design business models.
David enjoys being a ‘non-tech guy in the tech world’ having been in business facing roles in the technology industry for over 20 years, beginning in fixed line telco as a project coordinator and working through technical support, business analysis, production planning and portfolio management roles before moving into business architecture consulting in 2004.
David is now a leading practitioner, trainer and speaker on the subject, having led and delivered many business architecture engagements over the last decade, helping to hone and develop the practice of business architecture across a range of industries as the wider architecture discipline itself has evolved and matured.