Layered Enterprise Architecture with Modelling Principles

Take a gander at some of our recorded online webinars and learn how to take advantage of and implement LEADing Practices into your daily routines to help you tackle real-life business challenges.

Learning From The Leaders

SAL Heavy Lift Case Story: Driving Enterprise Transformation based on StandardsSAL Heavy Lift Case Story: Driving Enterprise Transformation based on Standards
Paul Okpurughre, Head of Quality Management and Business Improvement
Discover the real-life case of 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. We will be privileged to hear from Paul Okpurughre, who was honored with the Modeller of the Year award. Given out on special occasions to a practitioner with an extraordinary ability to model and discover relationships of objects not seen before.

OMG and LEADing Practice

OMG & LEADing Practice WebinarOMG & LEADing Practice Webinar
Professor Mark von Rosing, Founder of LEADing Practice, Chairman of the Global University Alliance
In this webinar, Professor Mark von Rosing will present the result of joint international research on objects and object relations around Business Modelling and Business Architecture. Furthermore, the Business Layer sub groups, the related modelling disciplines and the artifacts will also be presented.

BPM.com and LEADing Practice

Business Architecture: How it is Applied & Why it is UsefulBusiness Architecture: How it is Applied & Why it is Useful
Professor Mark von Rosing, Founder of LEADing Practice, Chairman of the Global University Alliance
Internationally recognized thought leader and pioneer in the discipline of Enterprise Modelling and Enterprise Architecture. He is a pioneer within Business Model design and Business Architecture that enable transformation and innovation of todays organizations. He applies these unique skills with a structured way of thinking, working and modelling, keeping the "big-picture" and link to strategy in mind. Chairman of Global University Alliance, a consortium of hundreds of universities and founder of LEADing Practice.

Global University Alliance

What Are Artefacts & How Can They Be UsedWhat Are Artefacts & How Can They Be Used
Professor Mark von Rosing, Global University Alliance
In this session we will focus on artefacts. Both what they are, and why they are important. We will also discuss the value of working with Artefacts. With the underlying theory, the session both creates the right way of thinking as well as the right way of of working through examples. The examples used are from the swedish bank Handelsbanken, and focuses on Handelsbanken's BCBS 239 meta model creation and the linkage of regulations, policies, reporting, business intelligence, analytics, data and information systems.

Developing & Applying Business Architecture (Part 1)Developing & Applying Business Architecture (Part 1)
Professor Hans-Jürgen Scheruhn, Global University Alliance
How do you derive from models of understanding (i.e. balanced scorecards) or process models to models of execution in, for example, SAP Solution Manager? This case study will show you how you can apply LEAD concepts to check your process models, information models as well as reporting models. All of this will be demoed in ARIS and SAP Solution Manager.

LEAD The Way Conference

Business Innovation & Transformation EnablementBusiness Innovation & Transformation Enablement
Henrik von Scheel, LEAD Transformation Architect, CEO of LEADing Practice
Discover how to apply the new Business Innovation & Transformation Enablement (BITE) Method that relates the right objects and artifacts to ensure that the defined innovation and transformation needs and wants within an organization can be executed. The BITE method structures the LEAD objects to enable the practitioners way of working with innovation and transformation aspects across all layers with supporting artifacts e.g. templates & tools that have the integrated transformation and innovation principles, rules, procedures and practices embedded.

How to apply the LEADing Practice Reference ContentHow to apply the LEADing Practice Reference Content
Professor Mark von Rosing, Chairman of Global University Alliance, Founder of LEADing Practice
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.

LEADing Practice eXtended Enterprise Modelling within iGrafxLEADing Practice eXtended Enterprise Modelling within iGrafx
Ed Maddock, VP of Development, Process Management Solutions at iGrafx
Applying Extended Process Modeling by linking strategy, identify specfic critical success factors and relate them to business areas and processes that enables business innovation or transformation using LEADing Practice Modeling principles and objects within iGrafx. Linking information flow and activities to the strategy and goal with real-time measurements.

Enterprise Semantics & Ontology: Why and how to work with semantics and ontologiesEnterprise Semantics & Ontology: Why and how to work with semantics and ontologies
Professor Simon Polovina, international authority and thought leader in Enterprise Semantics, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Semantics, Ontology, & Vocabulary 1-0-1 by International authority and thought-leader in Enterprise Semantics and Professor at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Discover the Semiotic Ladder Challenge, Moore’s core-context, Challenges in Pragmatics – sharing meaning despite the semiotic indexing (i.e. words) we use to name those meanings (e.g. objects or relations), Peirce’s Triadic and how essential Semantics and Ontologies are in LEAD?

LEGO Case Story: Rethink the way you workLEGO Case Story: Rethink the way you work
Anette Bøgebjerg, Director of BPM at LEGO, Gartner Group BPM Award Winner 2013
The LEGO case story received the prestigious 2013 BPM Gartner Group award for adopting Leading Practice and advance process modelling to create a platform for knowledge, collaboration and optimization. Emphasizing the importance of engaging with and educating business users about the use of BPM to overcome natural resistance to change. With focus on BPM, managed internally by a core BPM team and BPM ambassadors, has improved its organizational agility and flexibility, created coherence across business processes, and established a strong foundation for continuous improvement.

The benefits of a common Way of WorkingThe benefits of a common Way of Working
Bas Bach, LEAD Enterprise Architect, Dutch Railway, Chairman of the LEADing Practice Railway User Group
The Dutch Railway case story on the importance of agreeing on modelling principles across units. How to apply the LEAD Structural Way of Thinking – the essential starting point that creates the guiding principles to create a common Way of Working that provides a structural concept around strategic definitions e.g. wants, needs, direction, issues and problems.

Saxo Bank Case Story: Rethinking your organization by changing the Business Model of ITSaxo Bank Case Story: Rethinking your organization by changing the Business Model of IT
Mikael Munck, Chief Information Officer of Saxo Bank, Chairman of the LEADing Practice Banking User Group, CIO of the year
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 Mikael Munch demonstrates how to connect the dots, striving towards a leading practice, rather than just controlling and managing the chaos! Learn how Saxo Bank is able to optimize delivery and efficiency while keep innovating.

Novozymes and LEADing Practice

Business Modelling: How to excel with multiple agendas at Novozymes SCM Leadership InnovationBusiness Modelling: How to excel with multiple agendas at Novozymes SCM Leadership Innovation
Professor Mark von Rosing, Chairman of the Global University Alliance
Henrik von Scheel, CEO of LEADing Practice

Listen to Professor Mark von Rosing of the Global University Alliance (www.globaluniversityalliance.net) and Henrik von Scheel, CEO of LEADing Practice (www.leadingpractice.com) talk at Novozymes' SCM Leadership Innovation Day.

iGrafx and LEADing Practice

Enabling Business Innovation & TransformationEnabling Business Innovation & Transformation (Part 1)
Professor Mark von Rosing and Mark Stanford.
Don’t rest on your laurels – lay the groundwork for future success by managing leading practices within your organization. Discover how to enable business innovation and transformation principles throughout your organization.

Achieving Cost Reduction Through Business TransformationAchieving Cost Reduction Through Business Transformation (Part 2)
Professor Mark von Rosing and Mark Stanford.
Professor Mark von Rosing is back and ready to help you boost your bottom line! Discover how a cost-driven strategy to execution approach can mean serious savings for your organization. Join iGrafx and our special guest, Professor Mark von Rosing, Founder of LEAD Frameworks, and learn what REALLY works for companies seeking cost-cutting through specific process optimization.

Strategy to Execution – Aligning the Operating ModelStrategy to Execution – Aligning the Operating Model (Part 3)
Professor Mark von Rosing and Mark Stanford.
The best, most solid strategic plan is worthless if not carried through to successful execution. Realize it, but foggy as to what your next move should be? Join us and learn how you can greatly improve the odds of successfully implementing your strategic plan. See how putting forth a disciplined process made up of connected activities will enable your organization to take that strategy and make it work.

Strategy to Execution – Aligning the Operating ModelUsing Performance Management to Drive Continuous Improvement (Part 4)
Professor Mark von Rosing and Mark Stanford.
Without visibility into business, service and process performance, your chances of getting to your desired destination – continuous improvement – are slim to none. See how leveraging the right performance indicators can help you achieve business transformation at your organization.

Enabling Business Innovation & Transformation in Banking and InsuranceEnabling Business Innovation & Transformation in Banking and Insurance
Professor Mark von Rosing and Stefan Hessenbruch.
This webinar demonstrates how banking and insurance organizations today have no choice but to be innovative with their new products and services, while transforming existing offerings to become and remain competitive. See for yourself how a mix of best and leading practice processes can be used to achieve standardization, integration, and cost cutting, while still developing core competitiveness and differentiation.