The University had a challenge. Over time, core business processes for the recruitment and management of students had organically grown and changed to create a complex landscape of processes and IT solutions managed by separate collections of business and IT groups. Each of these groups developed change strategies and transformation projects, in their own way, using their own tools and their own language. The result of this was no common view of the transformation roadmap and dependencies across the organization – and this was inhibiting achieving strategic mandates to minimize operating costs while maximizing consistent student experience across the UM system.
In a webinar hosted by The Open Group, Kirk Keller, Chief Architect at the University of Missouri, will share the journey the University has to transform the people, processes, and tools used across the University System to align investment and execute to strategy. Kirk established the Enterprise Architecture Office at the University of Missouri in 2013 and currently is their Chief Architect. He brings decades of experience facilitating transformational efforts in Missouri state government and higher education. Kirk holds certifications in the TOGAF® standard and ArchiMate® modeling language (both standards of The Open Group).
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Reference D229 Author(s) Kirk Keller (Chief Architect, University of Missouri) Published 1 Nov 2018 Duration 55 minutes Type Webinars Subject Architecture