UPDATE: It is still not too late to join us at this multidisciplinary event in Michigan. A Registration Siteis now available with full event details and information on how to register. Allen Brown, CEO and President of The Open Group will be delivering the opening keynote presentation. If you have any questions, or would just like to chat before the event … Read more Updated Registration Info – EAdirections speaking at AOGEA Collaboration Event in Southfield, MI
George Paras and Tim Westbrock are scheduled to speak at the upcoming Collaboration Event sponsored by the AOGEA Michigan Chapter (Association of Open Group Enterprise Architects) on September 16, 2010 from 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, MI. The theme of the event is “Interoperability between various disciplines in an enterprise”.
We ask a lot of our CIOs. Just follow the myriad magazine articles and research pieces targeting CIOs to read of the breadth and depth of expectations heaped upon a single role. It’s a tough job and can’t easily be characterized into a simple role description. So, what is the CIO to do?
George Paras will join the Winnipeg IT Architects Community’s October 8th meeting to share his experiences and perspectives while leading an interactive discussion on several topics requested by the Community. Topics will include establishing and maturing an EA practice, finding and growing enterprise architects, and key strategies to establishing and operating practical and appropriate governance … Read more Winnipeg IT Architects Community – George Paras Roundtable
We’d like to thank everyone for responding to our poll from Overcoming the Tensions Between Project Staff and EA Groups. The poll is now closed and here are the findings: We have a lot of work to do on our relationships! Fully 71% responded that the relationship doesn’t exist or that there is room for improvement. There is some good news … Read more Poll Update – Project Staff and EA
Why is it that members of an organization’s enterprise architecture team don’t often see eye to eye with members of the project community, and vice-verse, and what can we do to fix it?