San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
11 Madison Avenue, Level 2B, Ante Room, New York, NY 10010
Synopsis: “Anatomy of a Business Architect”
Business Architecture is an emerging profession, but it often elicits the question: “What exactly does a Business Architect do?”
Aaron Schnore’s presentation – “The Anatomy of a Business Architect” – aims to answer this question. He will examine the four “personas” of a Business Architect at Credit Suisse:
· Rock Star Consultant
· Information Hunter
· Savvy Orchestrator
· Information Hunter
Successful Business Architects need to embrace all four personas, depending on the nature and phase of their project, as well as the audience or end user. Aaron’s presentation will draw on real-life Business Architecture experiences to illustrate the anatomical characteristics of each Business Architect persona. Scalpels and formaldehyde will be provided.
Space is filling up quickly, so please register now!
Target Audience: Project Business Analysts, Enterprise Business Analysts, Business and Solution Architects, Project, Program and Portfolio Managers, Product Managers, Customer Relationship Managers, BACOE and PMO Directors, IT Managers.
Aaron Schnore is an Assistant Vice President at Credit Suisse, based in New York. As a Business Architect, Aaron is instrumental in helping to align technology, processes, and people to the Investment Bank's various business strategies. Aaron is also actively involved in Business Architecture training, communications, and outreach efforts.
Aaron joined Credit Suisse in 2010 after spending over five years at Application Security, Inc., a privately-held database security software company, where he managed the technical documentation and training efforts for a suite of award-winning enterprise database security software solutions. In addition, Aaron led several special marketing and communications projects for the Application Security, including writing and producing THE UNPROTECTED, a Webby Award-winning dramatic series about the risks of unsecured database instances at a fictitious financial services firm (see TheUnprotected.net). Prior to Application Security, Aaron spent time at such leading Web industry firms as DoubleClick and WeightWatchers.com, as well as banks and financial services companies ranging from Deutsche Bank to CIBC-World Markets to Reuters/Sailfish. Aaron holds a B.A. degree in English Literature from the College of William & Mary.
When & Where
IIBA New York City Chapter
The IIBA is the independent non-profit professional association serving the growing field of Business Analysis. Whatever your role -- requirements management, systems analysis, business analysis, requirements analysis, project management, or consulting, if you are involved in analysis for systems, business or process improvement, IIBA can help you do your job better.
The mission of the NYC Chapter of the IIBA is to promote the standards, practices and the contribution of Business Analysis and provide support for the CBAP® certification.
We hold monthly chapter meetings which are designed to be both networking and educational opportunities for chapter members and prospective members.