1st June, 2018 @ 8:00 AM

#60MOC June – Mr Sloth teaches patterns of architectural design – 1st June 2018 – Adelaide

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Date(s) - 01/06/2018
8:00 am - 9:00 am

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Are you on a runaway train of 25 board-mandated, strategic, ‘must do’ or compliance related projects? Does the train ever stop long enough for you to actually plan how to deliver multiple major projects while not crippling your business?


YOU NEED A MAP!


Do you have vision, mission and purpose statements coming out of your ears? Can you ever find a moment to draw breath and work out how you are going to move to this new look structure?


YOU NEED A BLUEPRINT!


Can you see how your business works or is it more like a maze? Can you tell how the change will impact your people and your customers?


YOU NEED ARCHITECTURE!


Our guest speaker, Janet Bannister, will challenge your thought processes and assist you to think strategically about your business.


In the next 60MOC, we’ll look at how you can truly think strategically about your business or even your small piece of it. As we look at blueprinting, capability mapping and architecture we will explore how these high-level artefacts can provide clear direction for change, large or small, if we know how to use them. We will look at how to produce them, how to display and communicate them and how to keep them current and useful.


Join us at 60MOC in June to learn more. 

 

 

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EVENTS HOST OR SPEAKERS

Janet Bannister

Janet Bannister is arguably one of Australians best Business Architects and Analysts. With over 30 years of experience Janet will bring insight and wisdom to your session. Having worked across a wide variety of organisations in the UK and Australia as architect and business analyst, Janet has a wealth of experience in project roles stretching back many years

Janet holds the CBAP® certification from the International Institute of Business Analysis. She was the first business analyst in South Australia to obtain this qualification, in 2010.