An Evening of Enterprise Architecture Awareness

When: 14th Nov 2018, 19:00 - 14th Nov 2018, 21:00
Where: Fulton B, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9RH
Town/City: Brighton
Organiser: BCS Sussex Branch
Price: Free
Further Information: Further Information

Speakers:

Daljit BangerDaljit Banger - an experienced practitioner with 34+ years of IT Industry experience, having undertaken assignments in the USA, Sweden, Switzerland, Finland, Hong Kong, Brazil to name but a few, on behalf of large multi-national companies.

Daljit is a Fellow of the BCS and Joint-Chair of the EA SIG at the BCS and has held the post of Chief Architect on several European engagements

Lorne MitchellLorne Mitchell - Lorne Mitchell is Founder and MD of Objective Designers and the co-Chair of the BCS Enterprise Architecture Specialist Group. A seasoned consultant, commentator, interviewer and presenter at Telco and Technology industry conferences, he previously held senior positions in BT, AT&T, PwC and IBM.

Lorne loves moderating discussions on the latest trends that are forcing the industry to change in the coming years and has a deep interest in how businesses are architected and designed to be efficient, effective and downright disruptive.

Ian WestIan West is an experienced Enterprise Architect supporting businesses in developing and implementing business solutions for over 30 years.  He is currently the Enterprise Architect for a leading UK rights management society, re-establishing EA to support their digital ambitions.

Details:

With the rise of Agile practices, many of the more traditional EA approaches are being challenged as being too slow and cumbersome.

Can EA exist hand-in-hand within an Agile Enterprise - or is it time for a re-think?

  • Daljit Banger - Enterprise Architecture an Introduction from the Real World
    A presentation primer for both practitioners and students to the area of Enterprise Architecture - The What/How and the Why.
  • Lorne Mitchell - Agile Enterprise Architecture: Paradox or Oxymoron?
    With the rise of Agile practices, many of the more traditional EA approaches are being challenged as being too slow and cumbersome. Can EA exist hand-in-hand within an Agile Enterprise, or is it time for a re-think?
  • Ian West - Modelling for Enterprise
    Good modelling can support architects in their role by allowing communication of ideas and support decision making. This presentation looks at some approaches to modelling and how they can be applied
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