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Saxo Bank Case Story: Aligning Your Organization by Changing the Business Model of IT
Mikael Munck
In this age of technology, CIOs are constantly being questioned about their relevance. The Saxo Bank case story is a great example of how IT departments can deliver value by rethinking the organization and changing the business model of IT. Discover how to connect the dots, striving towards a leading practice rather than just controlling and managing the chaos! Learn how to optimize delivery and efficiency while keep innovating.

Innovate & Transform the Business Model of IT in the Government of CanadaInnovate & Transform the Business Model of IT in the Government of Canada
Government of Canada (HRSDC)
This presentation is a practical example of how to Innovate and transform the Business Model of IT in the Government of Canada. The LEAD Reference Framework and modelling principles have been used to (amongst much more) build and apply Value and Cost Centers to the IT business services in the organization.

Dutch Railway Case Story: Value-driven Application Lifecycle Management
Bas Bach
Discover how Dutch Railway worked across process lifecycles, application lifecycles, value lifecycles and business model domains to link stakeholder value expectations with performance measurements. Uncover the importance of agreeing on modelling principles across units and how Enterprise Standards (Application Lifecycle Management Reference Content) were applied to structure the way of thinking, way of working and way of implementation. Delivering critical business outcomes that supported the Time2Market, reducing the cost and increased the level of integration & standardization across Dutch Railway.

Business Trends & Drivers: The Era of Evidence-Based - The need to rethink the way we work with processesBusiness Trends & Drivers: The Era of Evidence-Based - The need to rethink the way we work with processes
Professor Marlon Dumas
Discover the need to rethink the way we work with processes today. Learn from an authority in the field how BPM is moving from intuitionistic to evidence-based – like marketing in the past two decades. Discover why BPM and Business Intelligence converge to Business Process Intelligence, the maturing landscape of process mining tools and methods that is changing the way we work with process today. Get a future glimpse of sophisticated tools e.g. automated deviance identification, predictive monitoring and detect deviance at runtime.

The Enterprise Security Reference Standards: Integrating Security Architecture and Enterprise ArchitectureThe Enterprise Security Reference Standards: Integrating Security Architecture and Enterprise Architecture
James Thomas
Enterprise Security is becoming more critical than ever. The number of exposures and high profile breaches are increasing and attacks are more sophisticated. Discover how to apply the LEADing Practice Enterprise Security Reference Standards that integrates a holistic approach to capitalize on both leading practices as well as best practices. Learn how to take advantage of the new opportunities in technologies - many of the links being in the information supply chains, etc.

LEAD Approach used to Blueprint & Implement ERP SAP & PeopleSoftLEAD Approach used to Blueprint & Implement ERP SAP & PeopleSoft
Government of Canada (HRSDC)
This presentation aims to show the LEAD agile approach used by the Government of Canada, it focuses on all the details of Blueprint and thereby its sequence an deliverables. Slide 3, for example, shows you how the LEAD concept is used to connect Value aspect with their Competency/Business Model, process’s, service and automate it with applications, data, platforms, infrastructure. Fundamentally changing the entire information flow.

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.