Agile & EA: Opposites Attract!

Agile methods have become the norm in software development. But true business agility requires more than having a bunch of agile teams. Moreover, if you only focus on the agility of your development processes, you might miss the forest for the trees. Why do you want to be agile as an enterprise, and what does that require?


Tune in to this webinar to discover:

  • How agility in both methods and products is required to create true business agility
  • Several use cases for the combination of EA, Agile and DevOps
  • How an agile approach such as the Scaled Agile Framework can fruitfully be combined with an EA method like TOGAF
  • How the tools of architects and developers can be integrated to provide end-to-end visibility and collaboration

Register now to discover how the ‘big picture’ view offered by EA adds value, as it identifies desired (and unwanted!) business outcomes, capabilities to be developed or improved, resources required, and changes to business processes, IT and physical infrastructure.

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About the Presenter:

Marc Lankhorst
Managing Consultant & Chief Technology Evangelist, BiZZdesign

Marc is responsible for BiZZdesign's vision, market development, consulting and coaching on digital business design and enterprise architecture, and for spreading the word on the ArchiMate® language for enterprise architecture modeling and the Open Group standard of which he has managed the development. His expertise and interests include enterprise and IT architecture, business process management, agile methods, portfolio management, and digital business design.

Marc has written numerous scientific and business publications and he is the primary author of two books, Enterprise Architecture at Work, which describes the ArchiMate language, and Agile Service Development. Marc is a certified TOGAF9 enterprise architect, and holds an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Twente and a PhD from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.