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Business Architecture and Process Management - December 15

Tuesday, December 15, 2020 -
6:30pm to 8:00pm
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Join us for our December IIBA Seattle chapter meeting, in the cloud! We are very excited to have Roger Burlton as guest speaker. Roger will discuss ways to leverage business architecture, business analysis, and business process management as three pillars of effective organization, with an emphasis on assuring an Agile business that can adapt to change

Leveraging Business Architecture, Analysis, and Process Management

Just as the IIBA Business Analysis framework shows that the practice can be focused on building requirements (BABOK Ch. 7) or managing business analysis information (BABOK Ch. 5), or both, so are organizations using this more mature framework in business architecture.

• Business architecture’s need a strong business process core. This makes it practical and valuable to external stakeholders.
The business architecture practice is part of what the business analysis practice and practitioner must include as part their skillset if they wish to advance in their practice and careers.
 As many organizations are demonstrating, there isn’t a one size fits all approach to business analysis or business architecture. Ask Google. Ask Proctor & Gamble.
 Business architecture is a evolutionary, never ending discovery process that itself works well, if not better, when it learns and is agile.

Agile development is not just the dev team. Everyone is part of agile development, and it works vastly better when business architecture and a business process baseline form part of an engagement that solves external stakeholder and strategy issues.

About the Speaker
 
Roger is regarded globally as a thought leader, renowned author and dynamic practitioner who brings reason, clarity, and practicality to complex business architecture and business change. Roger's insights can be found in his acclaimed book: Business Process Management: Profiting from Process, the Business Process Manifesto, the Handbook on Business Process Management and numerous other publications including his articles featured on BPTrends.com. Roger is the president of Process Renewal Consulting Group Inc. He is also co-founder of BPTrends Associates; the services firm of the world-leading BPTrends.com knowledge portal. He started the pioneering Process Renewal Group (PRG) in 1993 and was at the forefront of process-centric ways of running businesses.

Roger chairs several of the largest and most influential Business Architecture and BPM conferences in the world, including Building Business capability, the official international conference of IIBA, and is a sought after speaker dealing with the tough issues of business change in a thought provoking and entertaining manner. A seasoned practitioner, Roger has conducted over 200 in depth consulting engagements with companies around the world and offers a pragmatic approach to helping clients to help themselves through supporting their strategy, architecture and transformation efforts. Roger is also a professor for senior year programs at the University of Toronto - Industrial Engineering faculty and also teaches in the Sauder Business School at the University of British Columbia.

Due to Covid-19 concerns, this chapter meeting will be held as a virtual meeting. Link to the web meeting will be sent to confirmed registrants prior to the meeting.

 
Event Details: 
Roger will discuss ways to leverage business architecture, business analysis, and business process management as three pillars of effective organization. Students must register with school email address to obtain discount. Use code STUD20CH during checkout for $5 discount. Active, paid members of the Seattle Chapter are eligible for member price.
Event Location: 
This chapter meeting will be held as a virtual meeting. Link to the web meeting will be sent to confirmed registrants prior to the meeting. Please register by one day prior to the event to ensure you receive this link.
Speaker: 
Roger Burlton
Location Name: 
Virtual Web Meeting
Event Type: 
Chapter Meeting
$10.00