This webinar is the second in a series of three. It will help organizations and EA Practitioners within those organizations understand how to do EA properly. It ex-amines how to achieve a well-designed, well delivered practice. It introduces Maturity Assessment and the need to deal with maturity for the five capability domains: People, Process, Tools, Knowledge, and Culture. It investigates the road to EA Practice maturity.
The follow on webinar is:
- Achieving a well-designed, well-delivered practice
- Introducing Maturity Assessment, and the need to deal with maturity for the five capability domains:
- People Domain
- What does poor maturity mean for People?
- What represents best practice for People?
- Process Domain
- What does poor maturity mean for Processes?
- What represents best practice for Processes?
- Tools Domain
- What does poor maturity mean for Tools?
- What represents best practice for Tools?
- Knowledge Domain
- What does poor maturity mean for Knowledge?
- What represents best practice for Knowledge?
- Culture/Context Domain
- What does poor maturity mean for Context?
- What represents best practice for Context?
- The Road to Maturity
- Introduce Maturity Assessment and Planning
- The Maturity Transition Roadmap
- Integration Planning for the Component Domain
Alison Hawksworth is the Senior Director - Business Capability Transformation Practice at Global Knowledge. With more than 20 years of experience in helping organizations achieve their transformation goals, Alison works with IT vendors, the vendor partner community, and enterprise clients.
She is the visionary and primary author of the award winning Business Architecture Transformation Program and is co-author of: Architecture et transformation de l'enterprise et du SI (ISBN 978-2-212-55892-0)
Guy Tozer is a Senior Consultant with more than 25 years of EA and consulting experi-ence, including as a developer and supplier of Enterprise Architecture orchestration management tools and methods to a diverse range of clients.
He is a global authority on corporate data and information control practices and is author of:
- Metadata Management (ISBN 0 890062803)
- Information Quality Management (ISBN 1 855543559)
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