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2017 May Monthly Meeting – Systems View of Whole-Enterprise EA

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May 17, 2017 – May 17, 2017

  • Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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A Systems View of Whole-Enterprise Enterprise Architecture
By:  Marc Gewertz

May 17, 2017 6:00pm Networking and Dinner, 7:00pm Lecture

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Building 1 (Lecture in Parsons Auditorium)

Marc Gewertz 17 May 2017

Presentation: There is much confusion across business, government and non-profit organizations as to exactly what the differences are between the business practices of Enterprise Architecture, Business Architecture, and IT Architecture. Most is due to overlap of interests and many differences in terminology between architects, managers and executives, especially when their activities are coupled with external organizations, customers and stakeholders with different interests and needs, a common working environment in today’s marketplace.  Through the lens of a systems perspective of an enterprise in a start-up environment, the basic and fundamental capabilities are systematically differentiated and defined, including the roles and responsibilities for architecting and managing each capability.

Speaker:  Marc Gewertz is a leading-edge EA with an extensive background in engineering, program management, EA and governance. Marc specializes in the integration of business processes and resources, pioneering advanced methodologies in integrated team concepts. Prior to management consulting Marc served GE and Lockheed Martin executives and managers as a complex problem solver of systemic business problems. Marc’s experience spans all size businesses from startups to mega-corporations. He has performed work for government, commercial and not-for-profit system and service providers over a wide range of domains from interior design products to space systems, from patient-centered disability services to health insurance and other IT-intensive services.

Advance Registration $20 for Members, $25 for Non-members, and Students Free. Payments received after May 14th, add $5.


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