June 2021 Chapter Meeting
Business Architecture 101
Business Architecture has been getting a great deal of attention in recent years and has been positioned as a potential next step for business analysts. But what, actually, is it and what do business architects do all day?
In this session, we'll demystify the role by walking you through the key concepts of business architecture, including business and operating models, process architecture, and capability management. We'll discuss how these models help companies realize their strategies and how a business architect can help enterprises become more efficient and effective. Finally, we will discuss what makes a good business architect and how a business analyst can grow into that role.
Kevin Brennan, CBAP, PMP, PSM II
||Kevin Brennan played a leading role in the launch and management of the International Institute of Business Analysis and the Canadian Federation of Library Associations, led the creation and development of the BABOK® Guide, and has taught new product development, business analysis, and process improvement on every continent (except Antarctica).
Kevin is currently engaged on a part-time basis as the Cybersecurity Professional Development Practice Lead at TECHNATION. The content of this session does not necessarily reflect TECHNATION’s views. He can be reached for consulting and training engagements, or for other reasons, at email@example.com.