Zachman Enterprise Architecture Part 1: Framework Fundamentals

Venue: Jurys Clifton Ford Hotel

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Mar 06, 2007 End Date/Time: Mar 07, 2007
Registration Date: Mar 05, 2007
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Just as the futurists have been predicting for many years, the information revolution has become a reality. Technology has penetrated every aspect of the Enterprise and its exploitation has impacted the very structure of many industries. The world has become a global, electronic marketplace. Enterprises are beginning to perceive the significance of process ... process that knows no organisational boundaries, inside or outside of the Enterprise itself. Organisational hierarchies are becoming obsolete as power is clearly shifting from the top to the bottom and then beyond the enterprise. Technology innovation proceeds at blinding rates. Enterprises are under heavy stress as global economies begin to react to the early phases of the Information Age.

Enterprise Architecture is fundamental for enabling an enterprise to assimilate internal changes in response to the external dynamics and uncertainties of the information age environment. It not only constitutes a baseline for managing change, but also provides the mechanism by which the reality of the enterprise and its systems can be aligned with management intentions.


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Additional Information

The seminar is designed for enterprise professionals of every discipline including non-information disciplines as well as information disciplines. Although it is addressing technology issues, it is not a "technical" seminar. It addresses the subjects that both enterprise professionals and information professionals must understand to operate effectively in collaboration in the Information Age environment. Further, the seminar is appropriate for both management and non-management professionals. For management it clarifies the issues for decision purposes and enables more meaningful dialog with and among the technology community. For operations professionals, it establishes the context for developing improved approaches and implementation strategies. Typical delegates include: