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Business Architecture Summit: (Collaborative Exchange) “The 3 Amigos on Enterprise Design: Burlton, Ross & Zachman “

Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL Roger Burlton, Ronald G. Ross and John Zachman are the ‘three amigos’ of enterprise design. They believe there needs to be a fundamentally new way of working the business/IT partnership. Lip service isn’t enough – the business needs to put itself back in the driver’s seat. Each of the three amigos has spent many decades innovating and fine-tuning an important piece of the enterprise-design puzzle. Each believes real success comes only through carefully planned approaches that work with one another. Each feels a sense of real urgency about the need for organizations to do things better. Will the next management fad or silver bullet in IT solve all your strategic and tactical problems? Have they ever?! Existing practices for planning and deploying IT-based solutions haven’t really worked for a good while. It’s time for new solutions that are logical, aligned and integrated! What’s at stake? Literally, the future success, if not the very survival of your company. Change is happening faster and faster every day. The winners in today’s world are the ones who can plan and craft for rapid change in the face of huge complexity. Spend an hour with the 3Amigos on business innovation through business architecture and business-driven requirements and planning. Find out how your business can …
  • Regain control of its planning, development, and transformation practices.
  • Architect and engineer itself for maximum agility.
  • Make the most of its strategic investment in IT.
More information: http://www.buildingbusinesscapability.com/bas/

Ronald G. Ross

Ron Ross, Principal and Co-Founder of Business Rules Solutions, LLC, is internationally acknowledged as the “father of business rules.” Recognizing early on the importance of independently managed business rules for business operations and architecture, he has pioneered innovative techniques and standards since the mid-1980s. He wrote the industry’s first book on business rules in 1994.