October Chapter Meeting . - Business Architecture Panel
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Business Architecture is a fast-growing field as it addresses enterprise-level problems with cross-functional solutions. Business Architecture provides a bridge between an enterprise business model and enterprise strategy on one side, and the business functionality of the enterprise on the other side. If you have ever experienced problems on a project that crossed departmental boundaries, or noticed that rules imposed company-wide tend to meet with unpredicted conflicts, then you have seen some of the issues that can arise when business architecture is lacking.
Join the IIBA Kansas City Chapter at the Federal Reserve Bank for a discussion among expert panelists who will share their perspective on the growing field of Business Architecture. Discussion points will include experiences with business blueprints such as capability maps, value stream maps, and more. This panel will offer their insight into how a branch of business analysis can help inform decisions & guide planning at the enterprise level.
The BIZBOK (published by the Business Architecture Guild) grounds the Business Architect role in a solid framework. However, the panelists for this event will illustrate how the role can take many different forms and titles in practice as the field continues to evolve.
Audience is encouraged to bring their own questions to learn more about this new and exciting field.
Thank you to our hosts at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City!