The Soft Side of Enterprise Architects

 

The Architecture Community of Practice (ACoP) Forum presents

ADMISSION IS FREE

Developing Your Future Enterprise Architects
New challenges require Enterprise Architects to have more than technical, methods and business knowledge to secure an active participation with Business leaders. IT leaders must refocus and integrate their current developmental program to breeding multidiscipline Architects with essential soft and leadership skills.

This session will explore an example on how to nurture your current IT team members and future EA team and will benefit experienced and aspiring Enterprise Architects and IT managers.

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An Architecture Community of Practice (ACoP) Forum
The Architecture Community of Practice (ACoP) is made up of passionate professionals specialising in enterprise, business, information, application, technology and solution architectures. ACoP was formed with the objective of promoting the advancement of the architecture practice through sharing, learning and support in the vibrant network of practitioners.

Who Shoud Attend
Anyone interested in learning, sharing and networking with fellow architecture practitioners

Date
Tuesday, 24 April 2012
Time: 7.00pm - 8.15pm

Venue
Institute of Systems Science
25 Heng Mui Keng Terrace
Singapore 119615
Level 4, Room 4-4

Enquiries
Please email Zhi Heng at

issv13@nus.edu.sg

Registrations ends on Friday, 20 April 2012
Seats are limited and will be reserved on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Seminar Agenda

1845

Registration

1900

Welcome & Introduction
Saket Saith, Chief of the ACoP Core Team and Chief Architect at Princeton Blue

1915

The Soft Side of Enterprise Architects
Tony Chong, Global Information Technology Manager at an Oil and Gas company

1945

Refreshments and Networking

 

Speaker Bio

Tony Chong is the Global Information Technology Manager with an Oil and Gas company. Over his 20+ years career, he has held a variety of assignments. Tony was engaged in infrastructure networks, planning, messaging & collaboration, project management serving Upstream, Downstream, Chemicals and Corporate businesses. He held the position of Enterprise Consulting Architecture for over 6 years. He also has an enriching assignment in Human Resource as the Training & Development Advisor.

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