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The Value of Applying Enterprise StandardsThe Value of Applying Enterprise Standards
Professor Mark von Rosing and Fred Cummings
Despite your industry or business model, avoiding complexity is not an option today. The question is how to respond to it! Gain insight of how to capitalize on complexity by applying enterprise standards to model, engineer and architect your organization, and discover the value and cost saving potentials of using standards.

Thought Leadership Session on Enterprise Semantics & Ontology: The Power of Understanding the Enterprise
Professor Simon Polovina and Professor Wim Laurier
Learn the 1-on-1 of Semantics & Ontology by international authorities. Explore how semantics and ontology is used as the underlying conceptual structure of an enterprise by transforming interoperability beyond existing boundaries. Understand the complex interdependencies of enterprise operations through semantics and ontology. Discover how the Global University Alliance researches, compares, analyzes and develops Best and LEADing Practices around Enterprise Semantics & Ontology.

Thought Leadership Session: How to Ensure a Structured Way of Working and Modelling by Using Interrogatives
John A. Zachman and Professor Mark von Rosing
Discover how the enterprise interrogatives of Zachman has layed the fundamental structure for Enterprise Architecture and how it´s principles are applied in LEADing Practice across Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Engineering. Learn from the authorizes how to deliver the value of architecture through maps, matrices and modeles.

Thinking and working in Enterprise Layers - Introduction to Leading Practice
Joshua von Scheel
Discover the way of thinking, working and modelling and implementing across Enterprise layers (business, information and technology). Learn about the main principles behind the Layered Enterprise Architecture Development (LEAD) concept, and what makes it different from other more traditional Enterprise Architecture frameworks. Explore the ability to work across layers and thereby simultaneously work within multiple domains through the use of the decomposition and composition of meta objects, and effortlessly integrate the right objects across the different layers when interlinking the different enterprise modelling, enterprise engineering and enterprise architecture principles.

Crash Course to LEAD 3.0Crash Course to LEAD 3.0
Professor Mark von Rosing
A rapid and intensive crash course to LEAD Frameworks, Methods and Approaches. How to apply the LEAD Principles in the Way of Thinking, Way of Working, Way of Modelling, Way of Implementations, Way of Training and Way of Governing. Working in layers across Enterprise Modelling & Enterprise Architecture disciplines with De-composition & Composition principles. The 40 steps and the deliverables using the LEAD Blueprinting Approach, etc.

How to apply the LEADing Practice Reference ContentHow to apply the LEADing Practice Reference Content
Professor Mark von Rosing
The one-o-one introduction to the LEADing Practice reference content and how to apply them. Where they stem from and what is common between Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture. How Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture fit together to Layered Architecture, Decomposition & Composition, etc.

Enterprise Transformation & Innovation StandardEnterprise Transformation & Innovation Standard
Henrik von Scheel
Most who talk about innovation, describe transformation. Innovation and transformation are two very distinguishable aspects through processes and have to be approached in that manner. How to apply the Enterprise Transformation & Innovation Standards, identifying where to start and who to approach it through the project lifecycles to unlock the complexity.

The Need to use Tools for Modelling, Engineering & Architecting the Enterprise
Ulrik Foldager and Professor Mark von Rosing
Learn how the online architect tool known as the LEAD Tool can be used to develop your enterprise through using a complete set of object repositories to design, develop and create an extensive set of fully customizable and integratable maps, matrices and models. Discover how the LEAD Tool will - amongst many other things - enable you to build a complete operating model, and extend upon it by allocating roles, maturity levels, competitive and/or differentiating competencies, time indicators, and key performance indicators to each organizational function of the business model.

SAL Heavy Lift Case Story: Driving Enterprise Transformation Based on StandardsSAL Heavy Lift Case Story: Driving Enterprise Transformation Based on Standards
Paul Okpurughre
Discover how SAL Heavy Lift, the world's leading carriers specialized in sea transport of heavy lift and project cargo, transformed by linking strategy, business model and operating model. Learn how Enterprise Standards are used in a roadmap to understand Value Drivers & Strategy, identify Business Model & Service Flow, specify Business Model with Core Competencies, identify Performance & Cost Opportunities, build an Operating Model with Transformation Potential, assess Maturity, identify Pain Points & Bottlenecks and Link to Transformation, and define To-Be Transformation.