Webinar: How to get your Critical Projects Funded!

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This webinar provides a proven, effective method for getting important Enterprise Architecture (EA) projects funded by the governing business team.
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Overview

This webinar provides a proven, effective method for getting important Enterprise Architecture (EA) projects funded by the governing business team. EA projects are most likely to be funded when the EA team presents a solid business case that contains a sense of urgency and a clear purpose that ties to strategic business imperatives in terms the business can understand and relate to.

The purpose of this webinar is to teach how to use the most effective tools for discovering the important data and develop the story and logic of the business case in a way that is compelling and gets important initiatives funded.

What you will learn

  • Steps for Chief EA to get projects funded
  • Example Scenario
  • Build Context Map
  • Identify Key Trends
  • Build Trend Matrix
  • Identify Implications
  • Identify Actions
  • Build Business Case – Connect the Dots

About The Speaker

Bill Branson is a Business Strategist and Performance Consultant who provides consulting services and educational services to clients across the globe drawing on his recognized leadership and management experience and his extensive experience with information technology, enterprise architecture, IT Strategy, business transformation and program management.

He is the founder of Strategic Business Architects, Inc. and since 2006 works with business leaders and professionals to get the most from their TIME, TALENT, and TECHNOLOGY. Prior to this he worked for Russell Investment Group in Tacoma where he created and directed Russell Investment Group’s first IT Architecture department then the Strategic Business Architecture team within their Investment Management and Research Department.

Branson’s wide-ranging work history in both vendor and end user companies spans 30 years and includes IT architecture and strategy, technical marketing and support, systems and application development, and network engineering. He is frequently sought out as a speaker for industry conferences and taught networking and computer classes at the University of Washington for 5 years. http://www.linkedin.com/in/billbranson

System Requirements

PC-based attendees Required: Windows® 2000, XP Home, XP Pro, 2003 Server, Vista Macintosh®-based attendees Required: Mac OS® X 10.4 (Tiger®) or newer

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