Breaking the circle: Experiences of TOGAF

A BCS Kingston & Croydon Branch Presentation

Thursday 10th December 2009

Venue:

PRJG0003 (a lecture theatre in the new John Galsworthy building), Kingston University, Kingston-upon-Thames.

Well signposted from the main reception (Perhyn Road). Location Map

Timings:
19:00 for 19:30 hrs. Ends 21:30 hrs.

Please note, the timing for this event has changed. The time will now be 18:00 for 18:30hrs start.

Speaker:
Raymond Kruit (Detica)

Synopsis:

The Open Group Architecture Framework is one of the widely accepted enterprise architecture methodologies in use by public sector as well as private sector organisations. Raymond will take you through the background of TOGAF, how it compares with other enterprise architecture methodologies and its practical use. Raymond will also explore the benefits and pitfalls when using TOGAF in the real world, how you can combine it with output driven architecture methodologies and what you can do when your organisation's architecture maturity does not easily fit in with the  Architecture Development Method.

Raymond Kruit is a Senior Manager at Detica and has extensive experience in the IT architecture domain. He has used TOGAF to shape and deploy enterprise architecture initiatives for a number of clients in both public and private sector.

Everyone is welcome. Refreshments provided. No registration required. Admission is free.