Projects are a means to executing and achieving strategy. But why do projects that are often rooted in strategy fail to achieve their strategic goal? Learn how the discipline of enterprise architecture can create a connection between the strategy and execution of projects. In this session you will learn real examples of:
- the connection between strategy and execution
- how to convert strategies and business vision into a set of business capabilities
- key skills needed to make this connection
- get real examples of how enterprise architecture is used in leading companies
Industry experts Munir Bhimani SCPM, of Microsoft and Gustav Toppenberg of Cisco discuss how progressive organizations are leveraging enterprise architecture concepts to identify business capabilities and realign projects to achieve business strategies.
Watch this webinar on YouTube: http://youtu.be/zpb3htHPB7o.
The Stanford Center for Professional Development in association with the Stanford Advanced Project Management certificate program.
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