In order to bridge the gap between objectives and real business value, EAs need to construct the road to get there. At the top level however, it can feel like architecture is one-step removed, and since the emergence of COVID-19, EA’s are feeling disengaged from their business now more than ever due to the nature of remote working.
Vishal Choksy from Natures Organic has been working tirelessly over the last 12 months to address current market challenges through ERP & CRM solutions to enable actionable insights and transform people and business operations. Vishal will draw from his experiences and share his insights on how emerging technology can address future business requirements and create space for innovation and transformation.
Only a small percentage of Enterprise Architecture frameworks are currently used on a practical day-to-day basis. With usage at an all time low, our panel of Chief Architects will discuss whether the idea of a an EA framework needs to be dropped or evolved, and provide next-step solutions to move past this central issue:
Digitally transforming organisations are unanimously onboarding agile practices to become more adaptable in the face of industry and global change and as such, Enterprise Architecture has to refresh and realign to these new ways of working. Natures Organic has adopted a number of methodologies such as Agile thinking to change the business landscape for the better and utilising the role of the EA to introduce technical change into the organisation. This session will speak to how changes in architecture services are powering outcomes at greater velocity and setting up to enable more cross functional teams:
Do Enterprise Architects need to become design thinkers? Is this an essential skill in the arsenal, or is this best left to other business units? This panel discussion will provide attendees an opportunity to hear from EA’s about how they attempt to identify how design thinking can be leveraged within EA to direct customer-led business outcomes: