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For the first breakout session of the day, I attended Ken Orr's talk on Business Process Driven Enterprise Architecture. He started out with some observations: improving business processes is essential for enterprises; business architecture is critical; modelling is critical; and business... Read More..
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The second day started with a keynote by Daryl Plummer, BPM/SOA Elixir (unfortunately, I missed the breakfast session with Michele Cantara about the BPMS market, but I ended up in a fascinating discussion about requirements collaboration using wikis with Jason Klemow,... Read More..
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The second customer breakout session was Todd Lohr of Zurich North America, who discussed various process modelling initiatives within Zurich. They've expended a ton of effort on detailed as-is process mapping in order to drive process improvement, and it appears... Read More..
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After lunch, I attended a couple of ARIS customer breakouts, the first of which was Marc Kase of SAIC. I won't give a lot of detail about their business processes, since I'm not sure how much that they really... Read More..
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I attended a webinar last week about Proforma and Workpoint, and I have to say that the "for more information" slide at the end of the presentation is the best one that I've ever seen in all my years of... Read More..
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Laura Six-Stallings from QAD gave a presentation on how they are using enterprise architecture for strategic corporate planning, which absolutely fascinated me since most EA projects that I've been involved in have been focussed at much lower levels. She used... Read More..
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It was Craig Confoy's presentation on Johnson & Johnson Pharma where I really started to get interested in the issue of where EA sits in the enterprise. Although the "E" in EA stands for "Enterprise", it seems that most organizations,... Read More..
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I totally slacked off after leaving the conference on Thursday afternoon, spending the early evening at the Voodoo Lounge catching the sunset from 51 floors, then hanging around the Masquerade mezzanine watching the Mardi Gras show before turning in early enough to... Read More..
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There's wifi in the conference room, but you have to sign up at the business centre for it ahead of time, which was just too much logistics for me to blog live. However, it's 5am on Day 2 and my... Read More..
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I've been a member of IEEE for over 20 years, and browse the periodicals that arrive at my door monthly, but have just become aware of the content that they offer to members and non-members on Spectrum Online. I've downloaded... Read More..
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