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CIOReview has chosen Conexiam for its 20 most Promising Enterprise Architecture Solution Providers for 2015.
In the last few months CIOReview’s editorial research team has analyzed over 300 companies providing Enterprise Architecture providers for various industries. Conexiam was chosen based on merit.
In the issue the 20 Most Promising Enterprise Architecture Solution Providers is being profiled in the Special Edition of CIOReview magazine. The company profile provides in-depth perspective about the company's product offerings, strengths and unique proposition to customers worldwide.
Here is a copy of our review article:Conexiam one of 20 most Promising Enterprise Architecture Providers by CIOReview
COSAC 2015 is fast approaching Sunday 27 September to Thursday 1 October at Killashee in Naas, Republic of Ireland.
COSAC is continuing a strong and in-depth programme. This program will bring together a most experienced and globally respected group of practitioners from all over the world to take in the leading-edge debate and innovative presentations led by an all time high number of speakers.
A registration form featuring COSAC's one-stop rates (including accommodations, all meals and all functions and events), together with a variety of attendance packages to suit every requirement, is available on the COSAC website.
At the February Open Group conference Conexiam's Ed Harrington & KPN's Stuart Boardman will present on Enterprise Architecture & Sustainability.
Sustainability is not just about carbon footprint and it's certainly not just about that nice CSR badge on your website. It's a basic concern of every enterprise, starting with the question of how sustainable the enterprise itself is. Wikipedia describes “sustainability” as “the capacity of a system to endure and remain functional and productive over time”. Will your Enterprise, your Extended Enterprise be able to adjust to an increasing rate and scale of change and still “remain functional and productive”, achieve its purpose - retain its identity? Can it take a knock and bounce back again (repeatedly)? These are concerns every enterprise architect should be addressing.
But no enterprise is an island and, in the steadily diverser value chains in which most enterprises operate, the sustainability (environmental, social and economic) of the wider world becomes a pre-requisite for that of the enterprise itself. So that needs to be a concern for enterprise architects. Dealing with a multiplicity of stakeholders, complexity of causes and effects and with uncertainty around every decision, requires systems thinking. That's a skill good EA's bring to the table. But it's in the science around sustainability that systems thinking has become most advanced, so there's much we can learn from that field too, use in our enterprises and contribute back to the world.
In this presentation, we'll go into the arguments more deeply and look at some of the thinking that has emerged out of the sustainability movement (and before that from the field of cybernetics). We'll show how this should be applied to EA. But more than anything else, we want to engage the audience in an ongoing dialogue, which will help us all to find ways to make a difference, because "theory is gray my friend but green is the tree of life".
Presentation is on Wednesday February 4th at 2 PM
In the Stakeholder Engagement Workshop Conexiam’s team leads our clients through an exploration of the stakeholders, stakeholder concerns, requirements and surrounding business motivation and context acting upon a current project.
This workshop is configured to every client - either using an actual challenge or a case study. In addition to exploring a challenge at hand, workshop participants learn a set of techniques and skills to perform effective stakeholder engagement. Many of the central skills are classic soft skills
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Conexiam will be making available presentations from conferences and architecture meets in order to expand the world of Enterprise Architecture, and to increase customer knowledge about their business.
Conexiam's EA Capability Workshop is designed to identify the purpose, objectives and organizational model of a successful EA team and rapidly identify a roadmap to achieving an EA team that meets the needs, structure and objectives of the organization.
To deliver this set of workshops Conexiam extensively utilizes its Navigate TM and PilotTM toolkits with TOGAF®providing a framework.
With Conexiam, becoming a skilled EA practitioner is now as stress-free as turning on your computer. Conexiam offers video training for TOGAF® 9.1 Certification hosted by Dave Hornford, Chair of the Open Group Architecture Forum. Top grade training for when you have the time.
We believe the ability to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to obtain TOGAF® 9.1 Certification at your pace, on your schedule without compromising on course materials and instruction is critical for effective distance education.
With Conexiam's self-study TOGAF® 9.1 Certification course proceed at your own pace knowing you are fully supported.
The regular price of the course is $275 plus the cost of the exam vouchers
Click on this link to order your TOGAF® 9.1 Certification self-study video: www.conexiam.com/the_video
Conexiam continues to update our public courses and adapt our course schedule.
We offer standard discounts of:
No discounts are applicable on our self-study TOGAF, the video training package
We also have a series of discounts set-up for our corporate customers. To arrange a scheduled discount for your organization or to schedule private training, please direct inquiries to [email protected]
Enterprise architecture is a challenging field. Spending on EA has doubled in the last four years, but the average lifespan of an EA team is less than two years. Two factors ensure the success of EA in an organization: quality EA consulting and top-shelf, practical EA training. Conexiam offers both.
Need an EA roadmap that solves your complex business problems and executes your business strategy?
Conexiam’s methodology, Navigate, is a real-world customization of TOGAF®, the industry standard for enterprise transformation. Navigate works. As intended. Every time. It’s a proven toolkit designed to help business leaders build key capabilities and make sound investment decisions. With Navigate, our clients’ businesses survive and thrive.
Want to cultivate your company’s in-house EA capability?
Our courses can help your EA team achieve peak performance because our instructors are also successful EA practitioners. Conexiam’s training programs help enterprise architects build roadmaps to greater business efficiency, agility and competitive advantage. We license Navigate to anyone who takes our EA with TOGAF & Navigate or EA with TOGAF & Navigate using ABACUS course. Conexiam’s full suite of training products helps EA practitioners at every level enhance their skills.
Want to improve your productivity in the workplace and harness your leadership potential?
In January, we’ll be launching our online TOGAF 9.1 certification course that includes online lectures, a workbook and a voucher to complete the certification exam whenever you’re ready. We take our course participants beyond TOGAF certification, giving them the real-world case study experience and practical tools they need to be skilled enterprise architects in any business environment.
We look forward to serving you.
Dave Hornford, Managing Partner
Conexiam is an industry leader and expert in Enterprise Architecture consulting and training, we value our customers and are happy to answer any questions you may have.
For questions relating to Conexiam's consulting service or EA capability development service sales(at)conexiam.com.
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