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  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 11/20/2024 at 6:45 PM (EST)

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    Registration for this webinar will open mid-November

    Presenters:TBD

    Kelley Eckmayer

    VP, Enterprise Architecture Manager

    PNC Financial Services

    Kelley Eckmayer enables others to thrive and guides them to bring their visions into fruition, achieving this success as an Enterprise Architecture Manager. With over 15 years of experience in shaping and optimizing business strategies to drive growth and innovation, Kelley has a strong foundation in financial services and non-profit organizations. As a seasoned expert, Kelley has worked with large organizations, guiding them through the intricacies of business, enterprise, and data architecture, as well as process optimization and strategic planning. Kelley is known for her ability to communicate complex ideas with clarity and engage audiences in discussions that inspire actionable strategies. Kelley is a mentor for the Business Architecture Guild, co-chairs PNC’s Business Architecture Community of Practice, and is a member of the BIAN Business Capability Model working group. Kelley is a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP), Certified Business Architect (CBA)® and is BIAN, TOGAF, Azure Fundamentals, and SAFe Agile for Architects Certified.

    Claire Wybrow

    Enterprise Business Architect

    Claire Wybrow is an Enterprise Business Architect working with Fortune 500 companies across multiple industries for over 20 years, with both internal corporate and consultant experience. Claire’s work includes establishing foundations for enterprise evolution at multiple organizations, leading to multi-year and multi- million-dollar strategic partnerships. She has the proven ability to discern and deliver on the needs of both the Business Partner, the Provider and the Vendor and to elevate relationships to a strategic level while ensuring tactical delivery. Certified in PMP, CBPP and BRMP, Claire participates in the BA Guild Financial Services Reference Model Team and is a frequent speaker at PMI PDD, APQC Process Excellence, PEX, BRMI, BIL-T, Women in Architecture (WIA) and other events.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 10/16/2024 at 6:45 PM (EDT)

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    Registration for this webinar will open mid-October

    Presenters:TBD

    Kelley Eckmayer

    VP, Enterprise Architecture Manager

    PNC Financial Services

    Kelley Eckmayer enables others to thrive and guides them to bring their visions into fruition, achieving this success as an Enterprise Architecture Manager. With over 15 years of experience in shaping and optimizing business strategies to drive growth and innovation, Kelley has a strong foundation in financial services and non-profit organizations. As a seasoned expert, Kelley has worked with large organizations, guiding them through the intricacies of business, enterprise, and data architecture, as well as process optimization and strategic planning. Kelley is known for her ability to communicate complex ideas with clarity and engage audiences in discussions that inspire actionable strategies. Kelley is a mentor for the Business Architecture Guild, co-chairs PNC’s Business Architecture Community of Practice, and is a member of the BIAN Business Capability Model working group. Kelley is a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP), Certified Business Architect (CBA)® and is BIAN, TOGAF, Azure Fundamentals, and SAFe Agile for Architects Certified.

    Claire Wybrow

    Enterprise Business Architect

    Claire Wybrow is an Enterprise Business Architect working with Fortune 500 companies across multiple industries for over 20 years, with both internal corporate and consultant experience. Claire’s work includes establishing foundations for enterprise evolution at multiple organizations, leading to multi-year and multi- million-dollar strategic partnerships. She has the proven ability to discern and deliver on the needs of both the Business Partner, the Provider and the Vendor and to elevate relationships to a strategic level while ensuring tactical delivery. Certified in PMP, CBPP and BRMP, Claire participates in the BA Guild Financial Services Reference Model Team and is a frequent speaker at PMI PDD, APQC Process Excellence, PEX, BRMI, BIL-T, Women in Architecture (WIA) and other events.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 09/18/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    TBD Registration for this webinar will open in mid-September Presenters: Teresa Garcia, Hassan Mohamed, Kelley Eckmayer

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    Registration for this webinar will open in mid-Setepmber

    Presenters: TBD

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 08/21/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

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    Registration for this webinar will open mid-August 

    Presenters: Mike White and Roger Keller 

    Kelley Eckmayer

    VP, Enterprise Architecture Manager

    PNC Financial Services

    Kelley Eckmayer enables others to thrive and guides them to bring their visions into fruition, achieving this success as an Enterprise Architecture Manager. With over 15 years of experience in shaping and optimizing business strategies to drive growth and innovation, Kelley has a strong foundation in financial services and non-profit organizations. As a seasoned expert, Kelley has worked with large organizations, guiding them through the intricacies of business, enterprise, and data architecture, as well as process optimization and strategic planning. Kelley is known for her ability to communicate complex ideas with clarity and engage audiences in discussions that inspire actionable strategies. Kelley is a mentor for the Business Architecture Guild, co-chairs PNC’s Business Architecture Community of Practice, and is a member of the BIAN Business Capability Model working group. Kelley is a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP), Certified Business Architect (CBA)® and is BIAN, TOGAF, Azure Fundamentals, and SAFe Agile for Architects Certified.

    Claire Wybrow

    Enterprise Business Architect

    Claire Wybrow is an Enterprise Business Architect working with Fortune 500 companies across multiple industries for over 20 years, with both internal corporate and consultant experience. Claire’s work includes establishing foundations for enterprise evolution at multiple organizations, leading to multi-year and multi- million-dollar strategic partnerships. She has the proven ability to discern and deliver on the needs of both the Business Partner, the Provider and the Vendor and to elevate relationships to a strategic level while ensuring tactical delivery. Certified in PMP, CBPP and BRMP, Claire participates in the BA Guild Financial Services Reference Model Team and is a frequent speaker at PMI PDD, APQC Process Excellence, PEX, BRMI, BIL-T, Women in Architecture (WIA) and other events.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 07/17/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Stage 3 of Strategy Execution Framework™, Architect Business Solution, tends is often overlooked. Yet it remains a critical element of strategy execution. The BIZBOK® Guide say that stage 3 is where an organization should “Leverage business architecture and related business analysis and design disciplines to develop a business solution that can address priority business objectives.” Put in another way, stage 3 defines the business ecosystem as it look if the organization successfully executes its business strategy. The future state perspective is not constrained to a fixed set of topics, but generally includes business architecture innovations, future state IT architecture, and various future state design perspectives, all of which are aligned under a shared vision. This webinar will discuss key drivers of the future state, architecture versus design, business architecture’s role in the future state architecture and design definition, and tying all of these elements together. Please join this session for a look into the future.

    Stage 3 of Strategy Execution Framework™, Architect Business Solution, tends is often overlooked. Yet it remains a critical element of strategy execution. The BIZBOK® Guide say that stage 3 is where an organization should “Leverage business architecture and related business analysis and design disciplines to develop a business solution that can address priority business objectives.” Put in another way, stage 3 defines the business ecosystem as it look if the organization successfully executes its business strategy. The future state perspective is not constrained to a fixed set of topics, but generally includes business architecture innovations, future state IT architecture, and various future state design perspectives, all of which are aligned under a shared vision. This webinar will discuss key drivers of the future state, architecture versus design, business architecture’s role in the future state architecture and design definition, and tying all of these elements together. Please join this session for a look into the future.

    Registration for this webinar is now open 

    Presenters: William Ulrich 

    Kelley Eckmayer

    VP, Enterprise Architecture Manager

    PNC Financial Services

    Kelley Eckmayer enables others to thrive and guides them to bring their visions into fruition, achieving this success as an Enterprise Architecture Manager. With over 15 years of experience in shaping and optimizing business strategies to drive growth and innovation, Kelley has a strong foundation in financial services and non-profit organizations. As a seasoned expert, Kelley has worked with large organizations, guiding them through the intricacies of business, enterprise, and data architecture, as well as process optimization and strategic planning. Kelley is known for her ability to communicate complex ideas with clarity and engage audiences in discussions that inspire actionable strategies. Kelley is a mentor for the Business Architecture Guild, co-chairs PNC’s Business Architecture Community of Practice, and is a member of the BIAN Business Capability Model working group. Kelley is a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP), Certified Business Architect (CBA)® and is BIAN, TOGAF, Azure Fundamentals, and SAFe Agile for Architects Certified.

    Claire Wybrow

    Enterprise Business Architect

    Claire Wybrow is an Enterprise Business Architect working with Fortune 500 companies across multiple industries for over 20 years, with both internal corporate and consultant experience. Claire’s work includes establishing foundations for enterprise evolution at multiple organizations, leading to multi-year and multi- million-dollar strategic partnerships. She has the proven ability to discern and deliver on the needs of both the Business Partner, the Provider and the Vendor and to elevate relationships to a strategic level while ensuring tactical delivery. Certified in PMP, CBPP and BRMP, Claire participates in the BA Guild Financial Services Reference Model Team and is a frequent speaker at PMI PDD, APQC Process Excellence, PEX, BRMI, BIL-T, Women in Architecture (WIA) and other events.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The Financial Service Reference Model team will share updates being implemented in their upcoming reference model release that includes enhancements to the Capability Map, Information Map, Organization Map, a new Product Map, and the addition of new Value Streams and Capability Cross Mappings. The team will provide a walk through of 3 financial service scenarios that will be included in their first edition of the Companion Guide release. ​ Registration for this webinar is closed and the recording is available Presenters: Teresa Garcia, Jay Thakur, Tim Hale

    The Financial Service Reference Model team will share updates being implemented in their upcoming reference model release that includes enhancements to the Capability Map, Information Map, Organization Map, a new Product Map, and the addition of new Value Streams and Capability Cross Mappings. The team will provide a walk through of 3 financial service scenarios that will be included in their first edition of the Companion Guide release.

    Registration for this webinar is closed and the recording is available 

    Presenters: Teresa Garcia, Jay Thakur, Tim Hale

    Teresa Garcia

    Business Execution Senior Manager

    Wells Fargo

    Teresa has held various positions in financial services over the past 20 years, from Process Consultant to Account Manager to Digital Business Architect. Most of her career was spent on process engineering large-scale regulatory and digital transformation involving complex multi-platform system integrations or new system builds. She became a Business Architect in 2017 and apply the practice across several enterprise-wide transformation at Wells Fargo. She is currently a Business Execution Senior Manager at Wells Fargo in the Payments Transformation Team under the Chief Operating Office.

    She has been a member of the Business Architecture Guild since 2017 and co-leads the Financial Services Reference Model Team.

    Tim Hale

    Enterprise Architect

    Arvest Bank

    Tim Hale is leading the Business Architecture practice at Arvest Bank, located in Northwest Arkansas.  He has been an Enterprise Architect there for 6 years and is developing Arvest’s first Business Architecture knowledgebase.  For the past 18 months, he and his team have been focused on applying the Financial Services Reference Model, building the foundational concepts, and using it for value.  Prior to joining Arvest, Tim was an Enterprise Architect at Walmart Stores.  Tim is also a Certified Public Accountant(retired).

    Jay Thakur

    Sr. Executive Enterprise Architecture

    U.S. Bank

    Jay is a senior executive with over 25 years of experience spearheading large enterprise transformation initiatives. He has a robust background supporting major financial institutions, including Goldman Sachs, Citibank, Bank of America, US Bank, Discover Card, USAA, and Citadel. He has great experience working with large consulting firms (KPMG, McKinsey, IBM, and Google) to support the enterprise architecture of their financial clients. He holds a TOGAF certification and has been associated with the Banking Industry Architecture Network since 2022

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This webinar presents an update on developments in the Guild Manufacturing Reference Model and Companion Guide. In 2023, the team's major activities involved drafting and revising six business architecture scenarios, relating to the Manufacture Product, Acquire Material, Develop Product, Delivery Initiative, Deploy Asset, and Acquire Product value streams. 2024 thus far has seen development of expanded value stream-capability cross maps, proposal and review of model modifications, and enhanced planning and administration aids. Manufacturing Reference Model 5.0.1 is anticipated, bringing the model into conformity with the revised Common Reference Model and adding new manufacturing-specific enhancements. For those interested in leveraging business architecture to drive manufacturing efficiency and innovation, please join us for this informative session. Registration for this webinar will open in mid-May Presenters: Stephanie Ramsay, M Alexander Jurkat

    This webinar presents an update on developments in the Guild Manufacturing Reference Model and Companion Guide. In 2023, the team's major activities involved drafting and revising six business architecture scenarios, relating to the Manufacture Product, Acquire Material, Develop Product, Delivery Initiative, Deploy Asset, and Acquire Product value streams. 2024 thus far has seen development of expanded value stream-capability cross maps, proposal and review of model modifications, and enhanced planning and administration aids. Manufacturing Reference Model 5.0.1 is anticipated, bringing the model into conformity with the revised Common Reference Model and adding new manufacturing-specific enhancements. For those interested in leveraging business architecture to drive manufacturing efficiency and innovation, please join us for this informative session.

    Presenters: Stephanie Ramsay, M Alexander Jurkat

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In an environment where everyone is feeling pressure to maximize their value, the key is to showcase the alignment of strategy with the value delivered from technology investments. Business architecture plays a vital role in driving business outcome measurement models and articulating business outcomes to achieve an organization’s strategic goals. This session will discuss the simplicity and complexity of traceable measurement from enterprise strategy to product KPIs, the key role of business architecture, and both guidance and lessons learned from PNC and DMI. With real-life examples, you will see how successful business architecture has the ability to provide value across a broad range of industries

    In an environment where everyone is feeling pressure to maximize their value, the key is to showcase the alignment of strategy with the value delivered from technology investments. Business architecture plays a vital role in driving business outcome measurement models and articulating business outcomes to achieve an organization’s strategic goals. This session will discuss the simplicity and complexity of traceable measurement from enterprise strategy to product KPIs, the key role of business architecture, and both guidance and lessons learned from PNC and DMI. With real-life examples, you will see how successful business architecture has the ability to provide value across a broad range of industries

    Registration for this webinar is open 

    Presenters: Kelley Eckmayer and Claire Wybrow

    Kelley Eckmayer

    VP, Enterprise Architecture Manager

    PNC Financial Services

    Kelley Eckmayer enables others to thrive and guides them to bring their visions into fruition, achieving this success as an Enterprise Architecture Manager. With over 15 years of experience in shaping and optimizing business strategies to drive growth and innovation, Kelley has a strong foundation in financial services and non-profit organizations. As a seasoned expert, Kelley has worked with large organizations, guiding them through the intricacies of business, enterprise, and data architecture, as well as process optimization and strategic planning. Kelley is known for her ability to communicate complex ideas with clarity and engage audiences in discussions that inspire actionable strategies. Kelley is a mentor for the Business Architecture Guild, co-chairs PNC’s Business Architecture Community of Practice, and is a member of the BIAN Business Capability Model working group. Kelley is a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP), Certified Business Architect (CBA)® and is BIAN, TOGAF, Azure Fundamentals, and SAFe Agile for Architects Certified.

    Claire Wybrow

    Enterprise Business Architect

    Claire Wybrow is an Enterprise Business Architect working with Fortune 500 companies across multiple industries for over 20 years, with both internal corporate and consultant experience. Claire’s work includes establishing foundations for enterprise evolution at multiple organizations, leading to multi-year and multi- million-dollar strategic partnerships. She has the proven ability to discern and deliver on the needs of both the Business Partner, the Provider and the Vendor and to elevate relationships to a strategic level while ensuring tactical delivery. Certified in PMP, CBPP and BRMP, Claire participates in the BA Guild Financial Services Reference Model Team and is a frequent speaker at PMI PDD, APQC Process Excellence, PEX, BRMI, BIL-T, Women in Architecture (WIA) and other events.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Our upcoming webinar, based on the white paper 'Business Requirements Harmonization Across Perspectives: Bridging the Gap,' delves into the challenges of aligning diverse perspectives - such as BIZBOK®, BABOK®, and TOGAF® - in today's dynamic business environment. We will streamline and navigate the concept of requirements across these perspectives, highlighting enterprise architecture concepts and extended relationships from a BIZBOK perspective. Additionally, we will illustrate our findings using a real-world use case. Join us if you're involved in business strategy - whether as a business analyst, enterprise architect, project manager, or senior executive. Gain insights into how clear strategic intent translates into organized implementation efforts using requirements. Discover how shared understanding, facilitated by requirements, enhances strategy execution.

    Our upcoming webinar, based on the white paper 'Business Requirements Harmonization Across Perspectives: Bridging the Gap,' delves into the challenges of aligning diverse perspectives - such as BIZBOK®, BABOK®, and TOGAF® - in today's dynamic business environment. We will streamline and navigate the concept of requirements across these perspectives, highlighting enterprise architecture concepts and extended relationships from a BIZBOK perspective. Additionally, we will illustrate our findings using a real-world use case.

    Join us if you're involved in business strategy - whether as a business analyst, enterprise architect, project manager, or senior executive. Gain insights into how clear strategic intent translates into organized implementation efforts using requirements. Discover how shared understanding, facilitated by requirements, enhances strategy execution.

    Registration for this webinar will open in mid-March

    Presenters: Morad Mziout and Naini Sharma

    Morad Mziout

    Morad Mziout is a highly skilled Consultant, Mentor, & Trainer at New Horizons Services, with 16½ years of relevant experience in business architecture & analysis. He is a Certified Business Architect (CBA®), TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Practitioner, Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN) and Certified Business Analyst Professional (CBAP™), among other credentials demonstrating his mastery of many frameworks such as BIZBOK, TOGAF, and BABOK. He joined Guild in 2022 and is the team lead of the business requirement team & a primary contributor within the financial services team. LinkedIn has recognized him as a Top Business Architecture Voice for being a highly insightful contributor to collaborative articles within this field.

    Naini Sharma

    Senior Lead Business Analyst

    ETS

    Naini is a knowledgeable technology thought leader with extensive experience in the domain of Business Analysis, Business Architecture and SDLC.  A strong analyst, she is always curious and enjoys constant learning, experimenting, adapting, and applying new industry trends and best practices in the organizational context. She has been instrumental in launching agile SDLC practices in her organization. With her recent Graduate Certificate in Business Architecture from Penn State, she has taken up additional responsibilities to help connect-the-dots in the technology division with the goal of facilitating business-IT alignment. She is currently employed as a Senior Lead Business Analyst at ETS, and is an active member of the Guild Business Requirement and the Organization Design/Business Arch. Alignment teams.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Organizations are constantly assessing their competitive market landscape and clients’ needs. The findings have led to organizational leaders looking to improve their service offerings, customer interactions and operational efficiencies. Organizational transformation must be guided by the business strategy as it is pivotal to setting the direction of transformation journey to the north star position. For the journey to be successful and to deliver it’s expected outcomes, all changes need to be planned and executed in a structured way. In many enterprises, Organization Design and Business Architecture practices have been supporting their leadership team with ‘strategy to execution aspects’. In this webinar, presenters will take a look at each profession and also outline what activities are performed by these practitioners. This will provide an opportunity for practitioners to collaborate and deliver value for the organization. Registration for this webinar is open Presenters: Shan Pretheshan Floris Gremman

    Organizations are constantly assessing their competitive market landscape and clients’ needs. The findings have led to organizational leaders looking to improve their service offerings, customer interactions and operational efficiencies. Organizational transformation must be guided by the business strategy as it is pivotal to setting the direction of transformation journey to the north star position. For the journey to be successful and to deliver it’s expected outcomes, all changes need to be planned and executed in a structured way.  

     In many enterprises, Organization Design and Business Architecture practices have been supporting their leadership team with  ‘strategy to execution aspects’. In this webinar, presenters will take a look at each profession and also outline what activities are performed by these practitioners. This will provide an opportunity for practitioners to collaborate and deliver value for the organization.  

    Registration for this webinar is open 

    Presenters: Shan Pretheshan Floris Gremman