Architecture Innovation Workshop to Take Place in Austin,
Sessions will discuss in-depth, leading edge
topics for the seasoned practitioner
Needham, MA - 07-08-14 - The Object Management Group®
(OMG®) and the Business Architecture Guild are pleased to
announce that they will be cohosting the Business
Architecture Innovation Workshop which will take place at
the Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol in Austin, TX on
September 16th-17th. It will be sponsored by Troux.
As a sister program to the successful Business
Architecture Innovation Summit that has run in Reston, VA
for the past two years, the Austin workshop will expand
business architecture influence and horizons to ensure that
organizations maximize business architecture investments
across a wide variety of business pursuits. Already the
excitement for this interactive event is growing.
"Until now I have felt like a lone voice talking
about Business Architecture. Not anymore! It was awesome to
attend the Summit and talk to others like me about Business
Architecture, and even better to have experts share their
experiences. I'm very excited to see what happens at the
Austin Workshop," said Sue Alemann, a business
architect based in Washington state.
As more organizations adopt business architecture,
executives are seeking ways to leverage this powerful
discipline to deliver quantifiable value across a variety of
areas. Intended for the seasoned practitioner, the workshop
sessions will discuss in-depth, leading edge topics
including: business architecture value proposition,
strategic planning and business architecture, business model
alignment, BPM alignment to business architecture, business
requirements analysis and business architecture, and the
role of business architecture in customer experience
management. A special session will also discuss
formalization of a business architecture standard.
Pricing for the two-day event is $395 USD. Visit www.omg.org/businessarchitecture
to view the agenda and to register.
About the Business Architecture Guild
The primary purpose of the Business Architecture Guild is to
promote best practices and expand the knowledgebase of the
Business Architecture discipline. The Guild is an
international, not-for-profit membership organization that
provides valuable resources to business architecture
practitioners and others interested in the field. The
Business Architecture Guild is the source of "A Guide
to the Business Architecture Body of Knowledge (BIZBOK™)",
produced and managed by members of the Business Architecture
Guild. For more information visit www.businessarchitectureguild.org.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2014, OMG is an international, open membership, not-for-profit
computer industry standards consortium. OMG Task Forces
develop enterprise integration standards for a wide range of
technologies and an even wider range of industries. OMG's
modeling standards enable powerful visual design, execution
and maintenance of software and other processes. Visit www.omg.org
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