Thursday, May 16, 2013

June 2013 Events

One seminar (free) and several workshops (pay).

Perspectives on Enterprise Architecture and Systems Thinking (EAST)


14 June 2013, Central London


The meeting is intended for experienced practitioners of Enterprise Architecture (EA) and/or Systems Thinking (ST), with an interest in the practical application of new ideas. Speakers to include Carl Bate, Steve Brewis, Patrick Hoverstadt, and Richard Veryard.

For more details and booking, please click here.
http://eastperspectives.eventbrite.co.uk




Business Architecture Workshop

(3-5 June 2013, Middlesex)

Problem-solving workshops, using a series of architectural viewpoints to solve business problems.
This is a series of three separate but related practical workshops, focused on (i) Modelling Business Operations, (ii) Modelling Business Organization and (iii) Managing Business Process Transformation respectively. The workshops provide delegates the opportunity to address a series of practical business challenges, using six different viewpoints. These are organized as three separate days from which participants can choose to attend one, three two or all three days as per according to their requirements.


In association with Unicom UK.
For more details and booking, please click here.
http://businessarchitecture.eventbrite.co.uk/


Business Awareness Workshop

(6 June 2013, Middlesex)

This workshop is an excellent primer for IT specialists seeking to gain a better understanding of their business and those looking to move into Business Analysis and Enterprise Architecture roles.


In association with Unicom UK.
For more details and booking, please click here.
http://businessawareness.eventbrite.co.uk/


Organizational Intelligence Workshop

(7 June 2013, Middlesex)

Explores a range of practical opportunities for holistically increasing the intelligence of your own organization and its ecosystem.


In association with Unicom UK.
For more details and booking, please click here.
http://orgintelligence.eventbrite.co.uk/

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