|Dr. John Gøtze|
|The Next 20 Years of National Enterprise Architecture Programs|
Abstract: Government is constantly changing. The new wave of digitalization is different from the e-government efforts from the turn of the century, and government agencies must today deal with a higher level of complexity in strategy-business-technology relations than ever before. Enterprise architecture is a holistic approach to dealing with this complexity and to create and deliver value from digitalization. In this presentation, Dr. John Gøtze will share over 20 years of experience with enterprise architecture in government and offer practical guidance on how to adopt enterprise architecture for digital business of government over the next 20 years.
|Beyond National Frameworks – integration and collaboration across borders|
Abstract: Many countries have developed, or are developing, their national enterprise architecture framework. But enterprise architectures always exist in a bigger and broader context… so how should architects position national frameworks in an international context? What do architects need to consider to allow integration, cooperation, and collaboration with architectures from other countries? What do national architecture frameworks need to support our long-term sustainability and survival on this planet?
|Dr. Jongsup Choi|
|Lessons from Korean e-Gov EA In search of EA Success Factors for Iran|
|Korea is one of the leading e-Gov EA countries in the world. |
Though Korea learned EA knowledges from advancd countries, Korea has established its own e-Gov EA.
First, I will discuss background information for EA talk.
Second, I'll introduce Korean e-Gov EA and talk about Korea's successful experiences.
Finally, I'will discuss what are EA Success Factors for Iran with Iranian audience.