2019 EAM Conference with new workshops
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#EAMdigital2019 – book now!
CBA Lab and Inside Business will be staging the EAM conference with the best speakers and presenters in 2019 as well: The conference with the title “EAM – Pointing the Way Forward for the Digital Transformation” will take place May 15–16 at Hotel Bristol in Berlin. The conference is designed as a multi-perspective event that will present the views and experiences of digitalization experts, CIOs, and enterprise architects.
The different points of view represented at the conference will bring to light the important role played by EAM in the digital transformation. The conference organizers are proud that they will be able to welcome highly skilled EAM experts as speakers, as well as CIOs and CDOs from well known companies and various government agencies. Their presence shows just how important EAM has become in the era of digital transformation.
The questions and use cases that the conference will address all fully relate to digitalization. All conference speakers will be sharing their hands-on experience with conference participants. Theoretical aspects will also be supplemented by an exchange of knowledge and experience between speakers and conference attendees. “EAM is more than just a method for implementing digitalization; it’s a mindset that enables companies to overcome complex digitalization challenges,” says Dr. Karsten Schweichhart, Member of the Board of CBA Lab. “Throughout the conference, we will demonstrate this to be the case over and over again together with our architect speakers and CIOs and CDOs.”
For the first time, the conference will be preceded by two half-day workshops that will take place at the same time: The workshop “Digital Agile Cloud – How EAM is Changing and Also Becoming Much More Important!” will be offered by CBA Lab’s “Training Lifecycle” workstream. The second workshop – “Establishing EAM in Technical Departments Through Architectural Thinking” – will be offered by the Architectural Thinking Association.