Enterprise Architecture has been introduced by the CIO (Mike Russell) as an important component of the Transformation Office tool-kit for the delivery of College-wide improvement opportunities.  Enterprise Architecture is the process of translating an organisations Vision and Strategy (its Operating Model for example) into Enterprise-wide transformation by developing and communicating key imperatives, standards and models that describe the organisations future configuration in terms of People, Processes, Systems and Information. In addition, Enterprise Architecture creates the roadmaps that define the ‘guiderails’ that in turn set the general direction in which the organisation should travel. It thus encompasses the broadest view of an organisation, recognising the interconnectedness of the various components. The strategic focus is on delivering value to the College and its Students, Staff, Partners and Customers via Services that are Personalised, Integrated and Frictionless.

Enterprise Architecture is coordinated via a ‘core group’ (the Enterprise Architecture Group or EAG) and a virtual team of people that includes domain and service experts. The EAG has developed the specific standards and methods required to apply Enterprise Architecture principles as pragmatically as possible across the College.  It is made up of people from Russell Gibson’s Service Strategy and Planning group and those from other departments.

The Enterprise Architecture Group

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Ellen Pengelly

Ellen Pengelly

Ellen Pengelly

Jason Bishop

Jason Bishop

Jason Bishop

Joseph Cooper

Joseph Cooper

Joseph Cooper

Josie Lewis-Gibbs

Josie Lewis-Gibbs

Josie Lewis-Gibbs

Paul Belli

Paul Belli

Paul Belli

Shelley Rudge

Shelley Rudge

Shelley Rudge

If you would like to know how Enterprise Architecture can help you, or require more information, please contact Ellen Pengelly.