Enterprise Architecture in the 2020s: An Exploration of the Art, Science and PracticeCancelled
Yasuko Hiraoka Myer Room
Sidney Myer Asia Centre
Directly opposite Tram Stop 1
T: 0413 777 537
Enterprise Architecture (EA) is more than four decades old. In its infancy, EA introduced order and planning to massive investments in IT hardware and software assets in military and monolithic corporates. With time, EA methods and frameworks emerged, and the discipline matured into a professional body of knowledge. In the last decade, traditional organisational structures and markets were severely disrupted by the explosion of digital technologies and new business models. By some measures, EA was slow to respond. Change always brings opportunity, and at the start of a digital decade of accelerating globalisation, automation and change, EAs face a wave of opportunity.
How should EA change to ensure it emerges as the foundation underlying the next generation of digital business models? How should EAs practice to position themselves as the fulcrum of business/technology decision-making? What methods, frameworks and tools need to be replaced so that EA is an effective business enabler? What will the art, science and practice of EA look like in the 2020s?
Come join us to share your experiences and work towards an empowered EA future, leveraging the sponsorship and resources of University of Melbourne as well as practitioners from leading Business and Government organisations.