The Business Architecture Summit

Program Agenda | 2019

The Journey: Using Business Architecture to Lead

December 5, 2019

Leading with Models


Enabling Innovation

Crossings 5

Informing Change

Crossings 1

Building Your Skills

Crossings 2


Auditorium Atrium
Networking and Registration

Whitney MacMillan Auditorium
Welcome and Introductions
Morning Keynote

Envisioning the Business of the Future: The Cognitive Enterprise |

William Ulrich, The Business Architecture Guild


Architecting 4 Good with our non-profit partner, Hope 4 Youth  

Mary Auer, Cheryl Evans, John Mumma, & the Hope4Youth team

ArchOps   @Cargill: Redesigning our execution model and “source of truth”

Jason Walker, Cargill

Enterprise Resilience – A framework for navigating the exponential pace of change 

Terry Roach, Capsifi

Building a Business Capability Model 

Chris Armstrong,
Sparx Systems North America

12 Steps to Business Outcome Driven Enterprise Architecture 

Vernon Smith, FIOS EA Insight and Allison Smith, Sun Trust Bank

Bringing Business Architecture to Disability Services and DHS 

Tracy Murphy, Mount Olivet Rolling Acres 

Leading During Disruptive Change 

Christine Pouliot, Evocent

Linking Business Capabilities and IT Services 

Chris Armstrong,
Sparx Systems North America

Track Rooms
Topical Conversations over Lunch


Business Design – Fusing Business Architecture with Human Centered Design 

Columbus Brown, FromHereOn

 Standing up a Business Capability Management Office – A Field Report 

 Todd Sicard, Blue Cross Blue Shield 

Unmasking the Link Between the Business Relationship Manager (BRM) and the Business Architect 

Dr. Susan Heidorn, Watermark Learning

Layering Customer Profiles with Human-Centered Design to Unearth Innovation Part 1 of 2 

Patrick Salaski,
Metropolitan State

Leveraging Business Architecture Models for Agile Transforma-tion 

David Walters and Reese Puckett, Prime Therapeutics


State of the Tech Union using the Capability Model 

MarySue Moore, Asurion

Application Portfolio Strategy, IT Operations and Business Architecture 

Ryan Peterson, Maryville Consulting Group

Layering Customer Profiles with Human-Centered Design to Unearth Innovation Part 2 of 2  

Patrick Salaski, Metropolitan State

Whitney MacMillan Auditorium
Closing Remarks
Afternoon Keynote 

2021 — A Business Architecture Odyssey 

Mike Rosen, The Cutter Consortium

Upstairs Atrium

Hosted Holiday Reception and Prize Drawing