| 6:30pm - 7:30pm | Business Architecture Summit Track
Capability Centric Portfolio Development
Enterprise Business Architect, Giant Eagle
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ABOUT THIS SESSION:
Capability is a powerful concept which can be utilized to help an organization focus limited resources on the activities that are truly important to reach its strategic goals. In Business Architecture, business capabilities represent a critical component can be viewed as the “connective tissue” between business strategies and the initiatives that are intended to execute on them.
In this presentation the speaker will address the challenges of integrating capabilities into the business planning and portfolio development processes. This presentation is based on practical experiences in Business Architecture over a period of years in a growing ($8+ Billion) regional wholesale / retail Grocery and Convenience Store chain.
The connections between capabilities, road mapping and portfolio development
Utilizing capabilities to break down the silos within an organization
Planning, activities, tools, processes, governance
Challenges, role change, business concerns, goal alignment
Leveraging capabilities into process improvement and other initiatives
ABOUT THE SPEAKER(s):
Richard Levine has over 35 years of business / process problem solving experience. He has worked within the Information Services department of Giant Eagle, Inc. in various roles for the last 26 years. Since 2000 he has been involved in the introduction and implantation of Knowledge Management, Business Process Analysis and Enterprise Business Architecture. Currently he is working on re-launching Enterprise & Business Architecture.
Prior conference presentations include “Content Management, A Key Part of KM Processes” (APQC Managing Content and Knowledge, August 2001); “Using Effective Approaches to Engage an Organization in KM Initiatives” (APQC Annual Conference, May 2003), “A Method to Integrate BPM into an Organization” (BPM Conference, November 2006), “Capability Centric Portfolio Development” (BBC Conference 2011).
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