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Essentials of Enterprise & Solution Architecture

This panel discussion will explore the value and benefits of Enterprise & Solution Architecture and strategies to get it right from the ground up in your organisation.

Event Start: Thu 22 Feb 05:00 PM
Event Finish: Thu 22 Feb 07:30 PM

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Registration End Date: Thu 22 Feb 08:00 AM


<em>*If you are not a current ACS member, you will be asked to &#39;create an account&#39;. Your details will be used for registration processes only. If you experience technical issues, please contact acs.qld@acs.org.au</em> <div style="text-align: center;">---</div> <br>This panel discussion will explore the value and benefits of Enterprise &amp; Solution Architecture and strategies to get it right from the ground up in your organisation.<br><br>Our expert panel will explore: <ul><li>How does Enterprise Architecture assist with managing risk across the digital landscape?</li><li>How does Enterprise Architecture operate in an Agile environment?</li><li>What is the career path to become an Enterprise or Solution Architect?</li></ul> <br><strong>1. Introduction</strong> <ul><li>What is Enterprise &amp; Solution Architecture?</li><li>Why is Architecture important to organisations today?</li></ul> <br><strong>2. Why do you need Enterprise Architecture</strong> <ul><li>Digital Transformation</li><li>Embracing change</li><li>Aligning Technology with Business Vision </li></ul> <br><strong>3. Maturing Enterprise and Solution Design Practice</strong> <ul><li>Solution Design Processes</li><li>Alignment of EA and SA</li><li>Defining the Governance Structure</li></ul> <strong>4. Conclusion</strong> <ul><li>Summary of the Benefits of Enterprise Architecture</li></ul>

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William Ho

William Ho

Principal Architect (APAC), Ashurst

William is a TOGAF certified Enterprise Architect with a track record of being a trusted advisor for internal clients, holding a Bachelor degree in IT & Business and a Master in Finance and  Information System, as well as a certificate in cloud & transformation from MIT. He has worked as an enterprise and applications architect in large complex organisations across the public and private sector helping organisations to mature their architecture capabilities and provide a well planned executable roadmap that transforms their digital capabilities from ad-hoc firefighting to highly performing.
 

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Panellist

Andrew Schulze

Andrew Schulze

Senior Solution Architect, Department of Transport and Main Roads

An Enterprise / Senior Solution Architect with 30+ years of project experience in Information and Communication Technology (ICT), from physical and virtual infrastructure to application and integration domains. As a TOGAF certified architect I manage the larger and more complex solution architectures, influence strategic decision-making and providing guidance and mentoring to junior architects.

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Raman Bedi

Raman Bedi

Enterprise Architect, Queensland Rail

Raman is a highly skilled Enterprise Architect (Enterprise Domain) who enables business value creation with strategic investment in technology. Passionate about aligning strategic enterprise architectures with key architecture domains to deliver successful customer outcomes. Strong emphasis on steak holder management, process engineering, security architecture, real-time integration and cloud adoption (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS) systems within multi-vendor projects. Experience ranges from tactical purpose- designed solutions and strategies to enterprise-wide architectures. Highly skilled in keeping abreast with emerging technologies in the industry.
 

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Christine Stephenson

Christine Stephenson

Chief Architect and Principal Consultant, Coaching Enterprise Architects

Dr Christine Stephenson is a Coach and Consultant with specialist skills and domain expertise in enterprise and business architecture, experience design, strategy development and IT management.

She has successfully established and managed a broad spectrum of business units and projects for global organisations, and government departments across multiple industry verticals.  She works with not-for-profits and for-profit organisations to deliver new business models that realise their desired business transformation outcomes. Christine is passionate about Human Centred Design Experiences and has built her practice based on Service Design thinking.

As a leading coach and trainer in enterprise and business architecture, Christine’s achievements include establishment of practices globally across multi-disciplinary teams.

Christine has a Professional Doctorate in IT Management, an MBA and BIT as well as being TOGAF certified.

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Level 2, 315 Brunswick St,Fortitude Valley,QLD,Australia

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  • Stair Stadium, The Precinct, TC Beirne Building
    Level 2, 315 Brunswick St
    Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
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  • Event Start: Thu 22 Feb 05:00 PM
    Event Finish: Thu 22 Feb 07:30 PM
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