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The Itana Business Architecture Working Group (IBAWG) discusses the broad domain of Business Architecture with the intent to develop tools and methods for the IT organization to become a strategic partner with the business. The goal is to bring together practitioners and provide a forum for sharing resources, ideas, experience and, inspiration.

Interested in participating? Please contact Dana Miller at

Next Conference Call


  • June 5th, Prep for Business Architecture WG Report Out

Day/Time: Friday, June 5th, 2020.
 11 AM Alaska, Noon Pacific, 1 PM Mountain, 2 PM Central, 3 PM Eastern

Saturday, June 6th.

To join the Meeting: 

ZOOM Meeting 982882283

Interested in being a member of the Itana Business Architecture Working Group?

Contact Dana Miller at

2019-2020 IBAWG Program

Winter 2020  Call Program

January 17
  • Use of Agile in Project and Portfolio Management 
2020-01-17 Agenda and Call Notes
January 31
  • Strategy Deployment Methods
2020-01-31 Agenda and Call Notes
February 14
  • Continue discussion to develop the capabilities for “OUTREACH/ENGAGEMENT” that apply specifically to the Extension area of a university
2020-02-14 Agenda and Call Notes
February 28
  • Capability-Based Tribes
2020-02-28 Agenda and Call Notes
March 13
  • Open Session

March 27
  • Open Session

Want to lead or propose a session? Contact Dana Miller at

Spring 2020  Call Program

April 10
  • Open Session

April 24
  • Open Session

May 8
  • Open Session

May 22
  • Open Session

June 5
  • Prep for Itana Report Out

June 19
  • Prep for Itana Report Out

June 26
  • Itana Report Out

Summer 2020 Call Program


  • Book Group: Business Architecture: The Missing Link in Strategy Formulation, Implementation and Execution or presentation redo?

  • Regroup and where Should EA and Business Architecture Sit?

  • University of Wisconsin EA regeneration, J.J. Du Chateau

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