Enterprise Architecture Management has been around for four decades now. Many promises were made by this discipline, yet today most enterprises still don't have intentionally designed business and IT architectures. Executives, organisation-, product-, service- or software designers co-create the reality in companies in parallel, often ignoring each other's work. Enterprise Architects usually have some impact on IT application landscapes, but only a very limited impact on enterprise architectures.
This webinar presents Intersection Group's approach that connects existing disciplines to enable collaborative co-design by the many true architects of the enterprise. In this approach Enterprise Architects shift more to a coaching/facilitation role connecting the dots of co-designers.
Wolfgang Goebl is the founder and President of the Intersection Group, and a lateral thinker and visionary with a passion for challenging state-of-the-practice concepts from new and exciting viewpoints. He’s been working in the field of Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) in several large companies in Austria for fourteen years now. He is a recognized speaker at various EAM conferences and author of several publications in journals in Germany and Austria.
Be there Mar 2nd 4pm CET when Wolfgang will be talking about how to set up an impactful collaborative Enterprise Architecture practice.