Cutting Through Complexity in Digital Transformation with Capability-Based Planning
Alliander is going through one of the biggest transformations in the company's over 100 years of existence. If Alliander wants to overcome the business challenges that the energy transitions brings, they have to change the way they operate in almost every aspect. With Business Architecture as an enabler, Martijn and his team support the Transformation Director in this challenge.
During his presentation, Martijn will take you on their journey and share the lessons learned, including how they:
- Defined business capabilities for IT
- Used business capabilities to provide a common vocabulary for IT and the business
- Developed and used their own Capability-Based Planning framework
Digital transformation? This is the real deal!
About the Speaker
Martijn van Glabbeek
Alliander, Manager Corporate Quality & Data Management
Martijn van Glabbeek is the Manager Corporate Quality and Data Management at Alliander, a Dutch energy infrastructure and services provider. Martijn has over 20 years of experience in the Business and IT transformation domain, having started in 1997 as a Business-IT Consultant and Interim Manager. Since then, he has been involved with numerous business change initiatives, holding positions both on the client and consultancy sides. Martijn has served as Group Enterprise Architect for Vattenfall, Utilities Solution Manager for Atos Origin, and more recently has started lecturing part-time at the Nyenrode Business University in Utrecht. Martijn holds a Master’s degree from the University of Tilburg. He currently resides in the Arnhem area, the Netherlands.