David has trained in multiple disciplines however his real passion is in Business Architecture.
He teaches the following course at Enterprise Architects:
David is a versatile and accomplished Enterprise Business Architect, specialising in aligning Business and IT around common goals. As a leading and innovative practitioner in Business Capability Architecture, David has helped may clients across a wide range of industries. He specialises in aiding his clients to build and enhance their Enterprise Architecture competency, shape their long term business capability requirements, ensure that their investments in IT directly underpin their business strategy and to define, implement and govern capability-driven architecture roadmaps.
David has spoken at a number of events in recent years on the practical application of business architecture and how organisations can effectively adopt this discipline to drive tangible business value.
With 20 years within business facing roles in the technology industry and 10+ years as a consultant specialising in business architecture, David has used business architecture to help some of the most recognised companies in the world to redesign their organisation structures, streamline their IT estate and simplify their business processes.
David’s experience spans many industries and his skills as a business architect have been applied to a wide range of challenges, from identifying short term operational efficiencies through to designing entire operating models and creating multi-year roadmaps with budgets in the 100s of millions.
I believe that learning is a two-way process: the more I deliver training, the more I learn from the insights and experiences of the course delegates, and the more I grow as both a practitioner and a trainer.
We are constantly learning but for a ‘formal’ learning experience to be meaningful it must first and foremost be engaging and relevant for all concerned, therefore relating our learning activity to the real world is essential. Course delegates have a right to expect something credible and authentic, due to this I won’t attempt to train people in an area where I haven’t achieved some level of mastery.
Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, the learning experience should be an enjoyable one. If we approach any learning experience with an open mind then not only can we grow, but we can have some fun along the way!
David has spoken at a number of events on Business Architecture and its application in the real world.
Some examples of his presentations can be seen here.