Joint event between Project Management specialist group and Enterprise Architecture specialist group.
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Programme and Project Managers need to engage with the architecture community (Enterprise, Solution & Technical) during various stages of the project lifecycle. This engagement is often initiated with a vagueness of architectural capabilities assigned to the project.
This engagement, with the architecture community, will fluctuate and a healthier understanding of the type and capabilities of architects assigned would result in a mutually beneficial engagement for project managers and architects alike.
The presentation will draw attention to some of the basics i.e. the who, what, and when of architecture engagement in a programme or project.
The presentation will in essence, address a simple question “How do I, as a Project Manager, plan and derive the maximum value for my architecture project resources to ensure I use the right resource to deliver the appropriate products for my project.
We will start by describing the architecture community, the products and focus areas of the individual architects in the community then follow this by mapping the roles/responsibilities to the stages of a project life cycle (waterfall and agile) to meet delivery goals.
The presentation will finish with a segment to highlight some engagement experiences and an open conversation among participants.
About the speaker
Daljit Banger, Seat Consulting
Daljit has 38 years Industry experience, having undertaken assignments in locations across the globe; UK, USA, Sweden, Switzerland, Finland, Hong Kong, & Brazil to name but a few, on behalf of large multi-national companies.
Daljit has successfully managed several large professional teams of Architects, written in several publications and is the author of several freeware software products for Enterprise Architecture.
Daljit holds a Master of Science Degree and is a Chartered IT Fellow of the British Computer Society (BCS) and currently co-chaired the BCS Enterprise Architecture specialist group.
Daljit’s Book ‘Enterprise Systems Architecture: Aligning Business Operating Models to Technology Landscapes is now available Enterprise Systems Architecture: Aligning Business Operating Models to Technology Landscapes.
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