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Business Architecture Information Day

hosted by: OMG's Business Architecture WG

OMG Technical Meeting Special Event
Orlando, FL  USA - Tuesday, September 23, 2008

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Most business initiatives require an understanding of the business across functional areas, organizational silos and complex value chains. Yet most enterprises lack a business blueprint. Business architecture facilitates the delivery of a wide range of business requirements and scenarios by creating a living enterprise blueprint that management can use to plan and execute strategic initiatives. Join us at the first OMG Business Architecture Information Day to learn more about how organizations are deploying business architecture. Business architecture practitioners and leaders from HSBC, State Farm Insurance, Allstate Insurance, the U.S. Federal Government and MetLife Insurance discuss how they are using business architecture to address major enterprise challenges. In addition, experts in the field share state-of-the-art approaches for deploying business architecture within your organization.

AGENDA 

08:45 9:00 Welcome & Introduction
Dr. Richard Soley, Chairman & CEO, Object Management Group
9:00 09:10 Agenda Overview & Objectives
William Ulrich, President, TSG, Inc.  
09:10 09:50 The Role of Business Architecture at a Global Bank
Saya Kyvrikosaios, HSBC Technology and Service, HSBC Bank Canada
09:50 10:30 Using Business Architecture to Address Major Horizontal Initiatives
Julie Decker, Director of Business Architecture, State Farm Insurance
10:30 10:45  Morning Refreshments
10:45 11:20 Business Architecture & Business Modeling at OMG
11:20 12:00 Leveraging Business Architecture on Strategic Initiatives
James Brewer, Strategy Architect, Allstate Insurance
12:00 13:00 Lunch 
13:00 13:05 Participating in the Business Architecture Working Group 
13:05 - 13:45 Leveraging Business Architecture Capabilities to Transform Customer Information Management
Neal Lohmann, VP-Business Architecture, MetLife Insurance
Mary Kotch, AVP-Information Architecture, MetLife Insurance

13:45 - 14:30 Panel: Business Architecture / IT Architecture Alignment 
Moderator:
Neal McWhorter,  Principal,  Enterprise Agility 
Panelists:
Dr. Vitaly B. Khusidman, Director of Enterprise Modernization, Unisys 
Gregory Suddreth, Business Architecture Practice Director, STA Group 
William Ulrich, President, TSG, Inc.  
14:30 14:45 Afternoon Refreshments
14:45 15:15  Business Architecture Alignment Across a Federated Enterprise
Diana Takata - Deputy Director Portfolio Management Division
US Federal Government - Joint Planning and Development Office (JPDO)
15:15 16:15 Panel: Business Architecture Vendors
Panelists: 
Kenneth Goerg, Managing Consultant/Enterprise Architect, Metastorm, Inc. 
Bob Daniel, CTO Government Sector, Troux Technologies, 
Sham Vaidya, IBM Distinguished Engineer
Jim Amsden, Senior Technical Staff Member, Solution Architect, IBM

16:15 17:00 Panel: Business Architecture Cost Justification & ROI 
Moderator: William Ulrich, President, TSG, Inc. 
Panelists:
Saya Kyvrikosaios, HSBC Technology and Service, HSBC Bank Canada
Julie Decker, Director of Business Architecture, State Farm Insurance
Neal Lohmann, VP-Business Architecture, MetLife Insurance
James Brewer, Strategy Architect, Allstate Insurance
Diana Takata,Deputy Director-Portfolio Management Division, US Federal Government Joint Planning and Development Office (JPDO)
Mary Kotch, AVP-Information Architecture, MetLife Insurance

Edited by Kevin on December 16, 2013

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