Successful transformation initiatives are driven by Business Architecture. The Business Architect plays a key role in bringing all of the portfolio components together and consistently reinforcing senior management's voice throughout the ADM lifecycle. This begins with establishing strategic goals and outcomes that set the context for the entire program and service transformation. Establishing context serves as the basis for strategic project portfolio definition and integrated execution. This approach mitigates the risk of executing projects in isolation without considering the needs of the entire portfolio as a whole. This session will boost your knowledge of these concepts and help you and your team to achieve the best possible outcomes for your organization.
Bashar Qader is a Business Architect with over 25 years of Business and IT Management experience. He has helped organizations in building Enterprise Architecture practices that incorporate the Zachman and TOGAF frameworks as well as Industry reference models such as the Public Sector Reference Model and the Government Strategic Reference Model. His consulting clients include RBC, TD, the Office of the CIO Ministry of Labour, Citizens' Services and Open Government of British Columbia, CRA and Ontario's Ministry of Transportation. Qader is also a Senior Instructor with Global Knowledge who inspires and motivates students to apply proven Business Architecture and Business Analysis best practices to their projects and transformation efforts.
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