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The Itana Business Architecture Working Group (IBAWG) discusses the broad domain of Business Architecture in higher education 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 in this emerging domain of knowledge.

Interested in participating? Please contact Dana Miller at mille704@miamioh.edu


Next Conference Call

Topic: 

  • Friday, September 25th 


Day/Time: Friday, September 25th, 2020.
 11 AM Alaska, Noon Pacific, 1 PM Mountain, 2 PM Central, 3 PM Eastern


Saturday, September 26th, 2020.
 7 AM NZST, 5 AM AEST

To join the Meeting: 

ZOOM Meeting 949 6274 6405

 https://auckland.zoom.us/j/94962746405

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

Contact Dana Miller at mille704@miamioh.edu


2020-2021 IBAWG Program

Autumn 2020 Call Program

DateSessionNotes
9/25/20
  • Progress at Miami University-Ohio using the HEBRM for Team and Asset Alignment
2020-09-25 Agenda and Call Notes

Presentation:  
Future Topic
  • How has COVID-19 and/or remote work impacted your Business Architecture practice?

Future Topic
  • Bring your challenge (5 minutes to provide context) and do a brief (e.g., 10-15 minute) round-robin advice session. (This would work really well if folks submit challenges ahead of time. We would be able to get through 3 challenges in a meeting

Future Topic
  • Presentation of other BizArch Models Such as the BizBok and the Business Analysts Guild

Future Topic
  • Regroup and where Should EA and Business Architecture Sit?

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

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


Want to lead or propose a session? Contact Dana Miller at mille704@miamioh.edu


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