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Intersection Group is about making knowledge of a diverse range of experienced practitioners available to promote creating better enterprises. We help individual participants and teams working with enterprise innovation and transformation build Enterprise Design competency.

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Intersection Academy

Learn how to apply Enterprise Design and the EDGY language in internal or client projects and programs. Our course offerings enable anyone working in enterprise and business architecture, product, service, organisation or business design to connect the dots and make a leap to a more impactful and holistic practice.

Available courses
  • EDGY 23 Early Access Program (6 weeks cohort-based remote course)
  • Getting Started with Enterprise Design (4 hours course)
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Introduction videos to Enterprise Design tools and approaches, videos about Intersection Group, webinar recordings, keynotes and talks from Intersection Conference and recorded appearances of our members at other events.

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Books & Publications

Books, articles and other publications made available by Intersection Group and, our Advising Members and partner organisations.

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Upcoming conferences, meetups, webinars, and Intersection Group members participating in other event.

Intersection 23
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  • Conference
  • September 18–19, 2023, 09:00-17:00
  • Wien, Austria

9th Conference on Enterprise Design

Three Ways to make your Enterprise Architecture Practice Work
With Wolfgang Goebl

  • Webinar
  • March 1, 2023, 4pm Berlin, Paris (CET)
  • Online

Mar 1st, 4 pm Berlin, Paris: In this webinar, Wolfgang Goebl will be presenting Intersection Group's approach that connects existing disciplines to enable collaborative co-design by the many true architects of the enterprise.

Capability Maps - the Next Generation!
With Milan Guenther

  • Webinar
  • February 22, 2023
  • Online

Feb 22nd, 4pm Berlin, Paris In this webinar with Milan Guenther we present the basic concepts of capability modeling.