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John Zachman

John A. Zachman

John is the originator of the “Framework for Enterprise Architecture” (The Zachman Framework) which has received broad acceptance around the world as an integrative framework, an ontology for descriptive representations for Enterprises.

Robin Teigland

Robin Teigland

Robin is an Associate Professor and the Director of the PhD Program in Business Administration at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). Her research interests lie in the intersection of social networks, value creation, ICT, and innovation. She is a globally sought after speaker and was named in 2013 and 2014 as one of the Global Top 50 business school professors on Twitter – @robinteigland.

Johan Bendz

Johan Bendz

Johan Bendz is the convener of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7/WG 42 – Architecture – responsible for the development of ISO/IEC 42030. In Sweden he is Principal Technical Officer for Defence Strategic Planning Support and Senior Advisor to Swedish Defence Enterprise Architecture Developments. He is also chairman of Swedish Standards Institute Technical Committee on Systems and Software Engineering (SIS TK 303).

Even Andre-Karlsson

Even-André Karlsson

Even has worked as a consultant for major software companies for over 20 years. One of his specialties is the evaluation, documentation and processes for working with architectures. Among different assignments related to architectures he worked with modeling the Ericsson GPRS and BTS and during three years he has been an adjungate professor at LTH.

Amit Marathey

Amit Marathey

Amit has a diverse experience in telecoms, technology and engineering and his engagements ranges from SAP ERP setup and execution, through shared service centres and rightshoring. He is an adviser to the boards of the Innovation Value Institute (IVI) and Iasa Germany. Driven by a desire to meet an innovative, entrepreneurial and tailored approach to managing change Amit co-founded Archtexx in 2007.

Chris Hofstetter

Chris Hofstetter

Chris is a CEO, evangelist and business driver within requirements management and testing of IT systems. He is especially interested in discovering and making the most of synergies between requirements management and testing.

Peer Törngren

Peer Törngren

Peer is comfortable with most development roles ranging from business process modeling and requirements engineering to programming and testing, with a passion for good design and clean code. With more than fifteen years as a product developer on the global market, he has gained a firm understanding of how to build robust systems in terms of architecture, process, method and organization.

Max Poliashenko

Max Poliashenko

Max is Chief Enterprise Architect at Wolters Kluwer, where he leads the Enterprise Architecture practice. He was one of the founders of Iasa Atlanta chapter and has also served on Iasa Architecture Education and Certification committees. Max is an Iasa Fellow, holds Ph.D. in Physics, Microsoft Certified Architect, Microsoft MVP in Architecture and CITA-P, and has served on numerous MCA and CITA-P certification boards.

Pablo Chacin

Pablo Chacin

Pablo is a practitioner and researcher in large-scale distributed systems, Service Oriented Architectures and Cloud Computing. He is also a technology curator and a middleware craftsman. Pablo has more than 20 years of experience in the Information Technology industry and have been involved in software and technology architecture as consultant for large organizations primarily in the Banking, Telecommunications and Government sectors. Pablo is presently the CTO of Sensefields, a smart mobility startup based in Barcelona, Spain.

Jason Bloomberg

Jason Bloomberg

Jason is the leading industry analyst and expert on achieving agile digital transformation by architecting business agility in the enterprise. He writes for Forbes, Wired, and his biweekly newsletter, the Cortex. As president of Intellyx, he advises business executives on their digital transformation initiatives and trains architecture teams on Agile Architecture. His latest book is The Agile Architecture Revolution (Wiley, 2013).

Annika Klyver

Annika Klyver

Annica is a business architecture and business-modeling specialist. She helps clients understand and introduce processes that build business architectures that deliver long-term values. Annika also manages the business architecture program at the Swedish Computer Society.

Martin Burns

Martin Burns

Martin is an experienced and accomplished delivery leader, with a passion for continuous improvement and laser focus on tuning delivery teams, systems & processes to find and maximise customer value output. He is a certified Lean Coach (IBM’s Lean equivalent of 6Sigma Black Belt), experienced in improving technology and other process delivery in a complex, multi-stakeholder matrix environment.

Greger Hagström

Greger Hagström

Greger has 20 years of a bottom up experience from programming to architecture and from architecture to business development. This has made him as specialist in Business analysis, Change agent, Business requirements, Business vision, Programming, Architecture. Today he mostly work at the business side, but have no problem developing an app/web site himself, should the need be.

Mark Sigda

Mark Sigda

Mark has 14 years experience in solution architecture and application architecture, with a focus on distributed web applications and SOA.  He holds a CITA-F certification and has recently begun an IASA blog, sharing what he’s learning about API Management and how it impacts architecture.

Paul Preiss

Paul Preiss

Paul is the CEO and Founder of the Iasa, one of the largest Enterprise and IT architect associations in the world. Through his time at Iasa, Paul has taken the association from a single user group in Austin, Tx to an international organization with chapters in over 25 countries. Paul’s vision is a unified architecture profession with effective education, credentials and ethics that fully supports corporate strategy and delivery.

Workshop leaders

John Zachman

John A. Zachman

John is the originator of the “Framework for Enterprise Architecture” (The Zachman Framework) which has received broad acceptance around the world as an integrative framework, an ontology for descriptive representations for Enterprises.

Hill-Rhoades

Jon Hill and Roger E. Rhoades

Jon is an expert in international project and program management, solution Architecture in telecommunications & banking, infrastructure rollouts and IT & Business Transformations. Roger is an Enterprise Architect with over 20 years experience of transforming business strategies into business capabilities for large corporations in the USA, Europe and Asia.

Per-Magnus Skoogh

Per-Magnus Skoogh

Per-Magnus is a pioneer in applying Agile practices in Sweden. Since then he has used Scrum, Lean and SAFe in projects in Sweden, Germany and UK. Today he is focused on using Agile tools and models to create business values.

Padron-Kammerfors

Per-Erik Padron and Eva Kammerfors

Eva is an adviser and trainer in business design, business architecture, process architecture, enterprise architecture management and program governance. Per-Erik is a CITA-P who has experience in architectural work since 1996. He has been a trainer in numerous program, among them the Swedish Computer Society and KTH.

Joao Pedro Martins

João Martins

João is a CTO and Lead Architect at Create It. He is also a former Biztalk Server MVP for five years. João focuses on solution architecture, team building and nurturing, SOA and integration solutions.

Naseem Quraishi-Larsson

Naseem Quraishi-Larsson

Naseem is specialized in development methodologies, organisation design and process Infrastructure and has successfully developed, evaluated and implemented designs and methodologies in a global environment.  Naseem has previously worked in leading roles in Global projects and expert teams in IBM e.g. leading evaluations of global architecture solutions. She shares experience and techniques on how to succeed in a complex global environment.

Peter Tallungs

Peter Tallungs

Peter is a consultant and trainer at IRM. He is active as a business architect in client engagements. As a trainer in the Swedish Computer Society’s and IRM’s business architect program Peter has certified architects since 1984.

Max Poliashenko

Max Poliashenko

Max is Chief Enterprise Architect at Wolters Kluwer, where he leads the Enterprise Architecture practice. He was one of the founders of Iasa Atlanta chapter and has also served on Iasa Architecture Education and Certification committees. Max is an Iasa Fellow, holds Ph.D. in Physics, Microsoft Certified Architect and CITA-P certifications, and has served on numerous MCA and CITA-P certification boards. In  2009, he was also named Microsoft MVP in Architecture.

Joachim Lindborg

Joachim Lindborg

Joachim is an IT specialist making systems cooperate to enhance values and create new services. Likes innovative thinking and the next Internet of Things wave. Creating a better world through smarter technologies.

Vinu Jade

Vinu Jade

Vinu is an expert in providing corporate level practical Enterprise Architecture Orientation and Training to large number of senior architects in major System Integrators, Banks and Automotive organizations in India, United States and APAC, adopting Open Group and Iasa. He is a Certified Instructor for Iasa Global. He has been a part of Academic Advisory council for Computer & Software Architecture in universities in United States and India.

Jason Bloomberg

Jason Bloomberg

Jason is the leading industry analyst and expert on achieving agile digital transformation by architecting business agility in the enterprise. He writes for Forbes, Wired, and his biweekly newsletter, the Cortex. As president of Intellyx, he advises business executives on their digital transformation initiatives and trains architecture teams on Agile Architecture. His latest book is The Agile Architecture Revolution (Wiley, 2013).

Moderators

Damaris Bode

Damaris Bode

Damaris Bode is Global Community Director at Iasa Global. She has a long career in nonprofit professional and volunteer leadership, management, resource development, and communications. Known as a passionate advocate of the local and global IT architect community, Damaris manages and supports over 45 chapters and virtual focus groups as Iasa’s Global Community Director.

Daniel Akenine

Daniel Akenine

Daniel is the chairman of Iasa Sweden. He is working for the Microsoft Technology Office on long term impact of technology on social and economic development. Daniel is also Chief Security Advisor responsible for Microsoft security in Sweden.

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