The Open Group Oslo Conference 2013
"Business Development by Enterprise Architecture"
Larger more complex changes that affect several stakeholders within an organization must often be handled in a program of several coordinated projects and line activities. The ultimate goal of such a change will generally need to be revised during the lifetime of the program.
The accepted methods available to control program generally lack clear guidelines on what must be done to plan the change process, dividing it into the project, manage dependencies between projects, and establish phases with clear target images.
New possibilities arise through innovations in business models, and knowledge but also organizational change and cost cutting. This requires new tools to stay successful in managing and developing the business or organization as it evolves with the markets.
Enterprise Architecture consolidates organizations into “structures” or reusable and manageable capabilities which form the base for planning and prioritization projects aiming at change such as outsourcing and new business processes supported by IT applications.
Confirmed speakers include:
A safe digital mail service – a common architecture for the public sector in Norway based on TOGAF
Bjorn Holstad – Head of architecture section, Agency for Public Management and eGovernment (Difi)
Using Business architecture for strategic government of the IT portfolio
Merete Flod Storli – Head of architecture and development of services, Government Administration Services (G.A.S.)
Experience from working with enterprise architecture in the education sector
Anna Borg – Senior adviser, The Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education
Improving drilling operations efficiency in the Oil & Gas Industry using an architecture approach
Tore Bjerke – Manager eConcept Technology Platform, Aker Solutions
Enterprise Architecture improves interaction with the business
Monica K. Dahl – Enterprise Architect, Norwegian Public Roads Administration
How to use architectural blueprints to accelerate and implement change programs
Erik Rasmussen, Director PWC
The Future of the enterprise architecture in an enterprise
Robert Weisman – CEO of Build The Vision and major contributor to TOGAF 9 and next version of TOGAF
This event will cover the following topics:
- How Enterprise Architecture can help drive and steer business development
- Real-life experiences from industry professionals
- How TOGAF® 9 connects with other methods and standards such as project management and system development
- Strategy & Planning Managers
- Business Developers
- CIOs, IT Directors and Project Managers
- Enterprise, Business and Information Architects
- Architecture Practitioners & System Designers
- Consultants and Analysts