Business and ITSM - Private Sector
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In this presentation, Nasser El-Batal and Bashar Qader will walk you through the next phase of important steps towards "Getting Your House in Order." Over breakfast and during the roundtable ...
In this presentation, Nasser El-Batal and Bashar Qader will walk you through the next phase of important steps towards "Getting Your House in Order." Over breakfast and during the roundtable discussions you will have the opportunity to mingle with people from all levels of Government and Business. You will learn how TOGAF, ITIL, COBIT and ITSM best practices can coordinate and support effective collaboration between Enterprise Architects, Business Analysts, and Enterprise Business Architects.
Transformation initiatives need to be driven by Business Architecture for full benefit realization. The Business Architect serves as the collaboration agent that binds all of the portfolio components together and consistently reinforces senior management’s voice throughout the ADM lifecycle. This begins with establishing strategic goals and outcomes that set the context for program and service transformation. Establishing context serves as the basis for strategic project portfolio definition and integrated execution. This approach manages the risk of executing projects in isolation without understanding the dependencies to other projects in the strategic portfolio and undermining the benefits realization. The information in this session will enable you as a Trusted Advisor, to better explain these concepts and best practices to your team.
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