Realising Business Value Through Business Architecture ^

In this session, Roger Burlton explains why we need a more comprehensive approach to business architecture to ensure holistic business results across domains.

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There is a persistent myth that Business Architecture practitioners need to produce an enterprise capability map and build complex IT solutions to satisfy the issues faced. In this session, Roger Burlton will discuss why we need a more comprehensive approach that assures holistic business results across many domains.

A sound business architecture must start with a solid understanding of strategic intentions for external stakeholders since they are the ones for whom we should strive to create value. 

It must also take a cross-functional perspective on the alignment of mechanisms needed to interpret value needs and turn them into the prioritized structured building blocks required. It cannot end there since governance over end-to-end strategy execution is necessary to mitigate risk and assure change sustainability. 

Roger will walk us through a proven approach as described in his new book ‘Business Architecture: Collecting, Connecting and Correcting the Dots’

About Roger T. Burlton

Roger is the President of Process Renewal Group. He is the author of the pioneering book ‘Business Process Management: Profiting from Process‘, the ‘Business Process Manifesto’ and the ‘Business Agility Manifesto‘. Roger developed the world’s first Business Process and Business Architecture practices in 1991. 

Having worked with over 200 organizations to transform from traditional to more professionally managed ones, he is recognised as a world leader in establishing a business value delivery model supported by Business Architecture practices. 

His latest book: Business Architecture: Collecting, Connecting and Correcting the Dots, has just been released.

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