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Trends and Techniques

Trends and Techniques Working Page for the Engagement Model Working Group – All Materials are DRAFT. This section of the ITaBOK will examine emerging technology and processes which are not yet fully developed for the main ITaBOK (i.e., are not used in the majority of customers and organizations) but which show enough maturity that we

Enterprise and Business Architecture Together with Chalon Mullins

Full Member Watch the full interview HERE Chalon Mullins' focus is on using a full range approach to architecture to address pressing business issues. He have a strong interest appropriate use of technology and agile but rigorous processes. He's generally been on the forefront of technology, and helped organizations adapt and apply it appropriately. He

Business Architecture with Laura Ludwick

Full Member Watch the full interview HERE We apply business architecture to align IT strategy to our Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) Portfolio. The business architecture blueprint helps in strategizing initiatives, investments, and goals. We call the enterprise level architecture runway architecture or identify value stream solution frameworks. The sizes of these undertakings are architecturally and

Cancellations and Refunds Policy

Iasa Global Cancellations and Refunds: Iasa Global reserves the right to postpone, cancel, change instructors or change the location of a training event due to reasons including, but not limited to, insufficient enrollment, instructor illness or force-majeure. Iasa Global will make every effort to make such changes at least 10 business days prior to

Iasa IT Architect Competition

Iasa is excited to have been part of the first IT Architecture Competition for full-time undergraduate and graduate students. The participants, comprised of 3-5 students from same or different universities, were required to deliver an end-to-end architecture solution for a real world business problem. They then presented their solutions to industry experts live at the

Iasa IT Architecture Competition

I am headed off to Seattle this weekend to participate in the Iasa IT Architect Competition (http://www.iitarch.org/), the first IT Architect scholarship competition for undergraduate and graduate students. This exciting event was the brainchild of the Seattle Chapter, and I could not be more excited about what it entails. What makes me most excited about