Architecture - making it real is about making it real-time

Date/Time:
Tuesday 28 July 2015

Venue:
BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA | Map

Cost:
Free

Agenda

  • 6.00pm to 6.30pm    Registration
  • 6.30pm to 7.45pm    Main Event
  • 7.45pm to 8.30pm    Buffet Reception & Networking

Event details

We appreciate that architecture and engineering takes time and effort to get right and, while we are thinking our deep thoughts, the environment is changing. If we accept this as simply “a fact of life” we will become increasingly detached from the shifting enterprise that we are trying to support.

MooD International has experience of making architecture and engineering much more pertinent to the end user, bringing realisation of benefits into range. Simply this is about connecting to the existing sources of information and data as rapidly as possible and then applying user focussed design to show end users what the business landscape looks like and what alternative futures exist.

Decision makers concentrate on what they need to do now - not what they should have done yesterday. Then the centre of effort moves to creating an iterative deployment model to ensure the landscape is updating in real time, enabling situational awareness across the operation.

John McNaughton is a Principal Consultant with MooD and will offer a perspective on how Enterprise Architecture and Systems Engineering can stay significant and involved in decision-making by moving the our mind-set from long term background projects to creation of tangible, connected and real-time views of the things that matter.

Note - Pictures/ Video recording of the event may be carried out which may be posted to BCS and other public facing websites.