Paul Preiss - CEO and Founder of IASA Global will be talking about Agile Architecture and Driving Technology Innovation
From startups to global enterprises, organizations have problems managing technology innovation and change while at the same time reducing the complexity of their entire enterprise. This balance is essential in maintaining the flexibility to respond to change in both the business and technology environment.
We have all been involved with organizations whose technology environment is so “agile” that anything a project team wants can be put into production and the associated chaos and difficulties it creates for change management not to mention the increased risk to project deployment and maintenance. The reverse situation is significantly worse. Companies that cannot innovate in the technology space are doomed to failure as competitors offer better services and products that match customer demand. Software and solution architecture is the greatest opportunities for organizations to create a culture of managed or ‘incremental’ technology innovation that marries customer/partner expectations with enterprise flexibility. Topics covered in this presentation:
How to achieve balanced agility in solution architectures
• A value-driven approach to technology innovation and adoption cycle
• Managing change
• Analyzing architecture(s) to ensure optimized benefits and balanced risk
• Customer-driven innovation in the digital economy
• The role of the software and solution architect in business leadership
About the speaker
Paul Preiss is a tireless advocate for the professional technology architecture community. He serves as the CEO and founder of Iasa Global. During his tenure at Iasa, Paul has taken the organization from a single user group with 50 members to an influential global organization with a network of over 60,000 professional architects and business leaders. Prior to his work at Iasa Global, Paul was the Director of Engineering and Chief Architect of a large digital asset management company. His global experience stems from the time he spent in Japan as the Chief Architect in Dell Pan Asia. He has worked for some of the largest companies and on many of the largest projects ever delivered including projects for DHL, Sears, IBM, Texas Instruments and Compaq.
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