Use of the Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture and Business Architecture

IRMAC kicks off the Fall 2001 season with a double dose of Enterprise Architecture. The Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture is frequently cited as a common reference framework for classifying architectural views and artefacts, and many businesses are adopting the framework as a ground for their architectural programs.

IRMAC is pleased to present Sandy McBride, a Partner with Chartwell Group, and John Bruder, a Senior Consultant with the same firm. Sandy and John will discuss their experiences developing and applying Row 1 Scope and Row 2 Conceptual models in a variety of consulting engagements. Sandy and John will speak at length on the subject of business architecture and will discuss:

  • the selection of an appropriate �analytic target� for a particular instance of a framework,
  • the significance of primitive and composite artefacts in the development of conceptual business models,
  • the distinctions between architecture and design as they relate to artefact development

References

Sandy McBride and John Bruder, Use of the Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture and Business Architecture

Date

Sep 19 2001
Expired!

Time

8:30 am - 11:30 am

Location

The Ontario Club, 5th Floor, Commerce Court South 30 Wellington Street West (Bay and Wellington), Toronto

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