The Future of Business Architecture: Challenges and Opportunities
Interest in business architecture continues to accelerate even as business architecture teams struggle for success. Business leaders are just now beginning to see the value as business architects move into more business centric roles. But the road ahead remains difficult. Most business architecture practices are still struggling and the number of successful initiatives remains small. Few best practices have emerged to guide the new business architect. Though the challenges are great, the benefits are even greater and the future is bright for professionals with the right skills and ambition. This webinar will present a current state view of the business architecture profession, the trends that will drive it forward, and the career opportunities it offers.
Where business architecture is today and where it will be tomorrow
Current business architecture challenges and opportunities
The opportunity for business analysts
The Presenter: Jeff Scott, President, Business Innovation Partners
Jeff Scott is President of Business Innovation Partners where he consults with Fortune 1000 companies on business architecture practice design and management, organizational change, and strategy development. He has substantial consulting and corporate experience working with senior leadership to set direction, build consensus, and translate business objectives into effective action.
Jeff is an internationally recognized thought leader in business architecture, strategy execution, and organizational transformation. He frequently speaks, writes, and teaches seminars on these topics. He has a Master of Arts degree in learning and experimental psychology from Wake Forest University and headed Forrester Research’s business architecture practice for four years. Jeff currently writes the blog, The Business Architect, chairs The Business Architect’s Roundtable, is a member of the Business Architecture Guild’s advisory board, and is the Editorial Director for the Business Architecture Institute.