The University of Melbourne’s EA practice is assessing how they operate as an infrastructure service to focus internally and apply delivery methodology across the ecosystem. Introducing adapted ways of working to speed up processes with design thinking and agile methodology, the EA team is heavily influencing structures with technology governance models and key road-mapping exercises whilst increasing their presence to other departments.
Ahead of Enterprise Architecture 2.0, we caught up with Jason McKay, Director of Enterprise Architecture at The University of Melbourne to learn more about the initiatives being undertaken in this space.
To meet the changing expectation of businesses, the EA discipline must also evolve. In late 2017, EA Principals and the Enterprise Architecture Professional Journal conducted a survey of EA practitioners. The intent was to establish a current state view of the practice, problems and potential future of the EA discipline, in order to better understand how the discipline is changing, and how practitioners see its relevance now and in the future. This whitepaper was authored by Darryl Carr, Editor, Enterprise Architecture Professional Journal, and Dr Steven Else, CEO, EA Principals and Founder, Enterprise Architecture Professional Journal
Enterprise-architecture teams can play an integral role in transforming companies with technologies. New survey findings and firsthand experience highlight the practices that matter most. This report was authored by Sven Blumberg, Oliver Bossert, and Jan Sokalski at McKinsey & Company, and Prof Sharm Manwani at Henley Business School. This ongoing study has been conducted under a joint partnership with McKinsey & Company and Henley Business School.
You can contribute to the ongoing survey here.
We caught up with Zubair Minto, Network Strategy and Architecture Manager at Vodafone to learn more about how developing an effective architectural strategy is solidifying the role of EA within the organisation and driving successful business outcomes, ahead of Enterprise Architecture 2.0 2019.
Ahead of Enterprise Architecture 2.0 in September, we're delighted to release a selection of exclusive past presentations from our Melbourne event which took place in March earlier this year! Enjoy insights from: