Developing dynamic architectures that respond to constant change and support digital transformation
ICT Strategy and Architecture for a Disruptive Environment Online training is designed to arm professionals working within public sector IT and technology divisions with applicable tools and strategies ready to navigate disruptive environments and adapt systems and strategies accordingly.
Packed with theoretical and practical knowledge from your expert
facilitator and chance for interactive group discussions and sharing,
this training will equip attendees as they rethink information systems, investigate the fundamental concepts of IT strategy and prepare for the impact of innovation on public sector IT division architectures sustainably.
This training course focuses on the conflict between legacy architectures and the development of dynamic architectures that can respond to the constantly changing environment and support digital transformation.
Meet Your Facilitator
DR ROD DILNUTT
William Bethwey & Associates
Rod is a results-focused digital leader with a proven ability to influence complex stakeholder networks and drive transformational change. He an executive consultant with experience spanning over 25 years in the public, private, and Education sectors. He is a founding Director of William Bethwey & Associates and an internationally recognised thought leader in strategic and architectural transformation. Rod is a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society, A Fellow of the British Computer Society, Chair of ACS Victoria, and was recognised as the ICT Professional of the year, 2013 in the national iAwards.
Rod is a highly motivated catalyst of digital change, he is results focussed and have an inclusive leadership style. He is an Industry Fellow at The University of Melbourne where he researches and lectures in Higher Degree programmes. He has authored over 20 publications and a book on Organisational Change. Consequently, he is a sought-after expert for leading companies confronting challenges brought about by disruptive technologies and the need to transform organisational cultures to adopt radically different paradigms of work and the creation of value.
Introduction: Strategy, Innovation and Enterprise Architecture in Context
Investigating the fundamental concepts of strategy and the impact of innovation on architectures.
- Strategy and innovation
- The relevance of core theories
- The IS Strategy Triangle
- What is enterprise architecture
Application and Evaluation through a Group Project
- Project Brief – Map your Service Delivery Model
- Project Application – Real-Time Reporting and Analysis
- Project Presentation – Pitch and Share
- Project Review – Evaluation and Feedback