With increasing demands on management teams the world over, Enterprise Architecture is being looked at as a way to contend with the threat of disruption, rapidly advancing technologies, new digital operating models and quickly shifting consumer expectations (not to mention a constantly changing legislative environment). The holistic view brought by the Enterprise Architecture function uniquely positions it to bring together all the required aspects of business transformation.
These are challenging expectations, which drives a need for Enterprise Architects to come together to share their experience and knowledge. To foster this growing global EA community, and to help evolve Enterprise Architecture as a discipline, leading practitioners from across the Australia/New Zealand region are converging in Sydney on September 17 & 18 at the Enterprise Architecture 2.0 Summit. Chaired by Darryl Carr, Editor of the Enterprise Architecture Professional Journal, this practitioner-led event will provide real-world examples of what can be achieved with a disciplined and coordinated approach to organisational change. Some of the topics include:
- Reconciling EA within an agile environment
- The adapting skillset of the Enterprise Architect
- Stakeholder management and reviewing the value proposition of EA
- Accelerating business capabilities through new architectural approaches
There are many more amazing speakers, and some informative and interactive workshops, so for more information on this event, click here.