Open Group IT4IT™ Forum

Draft Agenda for Baltimore meeting, July 2015

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Monday July 20

Tuesday July 21

Wednesday July 22

Thursday July 23

0900-1030

 


Track Sessions (1 of 3 tracks)

IT4IT - Managing the Business of IT

Session Host: Chris Davis

(i) Positioning IT4IT™ in the Broader Standards Landscape
Lars Rossen, Mike Fulton

(ii) IT4IT – The Business Architecture of IT
Chris Armstrong

Full Forum

Workgroup readouts (15 mins each)

ITFM; Core; SLM; Agile; Adoption; I&R

 

Coffee

1100-1230

 

 

Track Sessions (1 of 3 tracks)


IT4IT - Managing the Business of IT

Session Host: Chris Davis

(i) Architecture as Code: a DevOps Cluster in Miniature
Charlie Betz

(ii) Panel discussion: Professional Development and IT4IT
Moderator: Chris Davis
Panellists: Chris Armstrone, Charlie Betz, Mike  Fulton, Lars Rossen

Steering Committee

Workgroup planning & roadmaps

 

Lunch

1400-1530

Opening: State of the Forum (30 mins)
IT4IT™ Forum WG working session

IT Asset Mgmt; Techology Lifecycle & Cloud ‘explore’
IT4IT™ Forum Adoption WG working session IT4IT™ Forum Show & Tell:
How to use the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture to your IT service management portfolio
IT4IT™ Forum Intelligence and Reporting WG working session
IT4IT™ Forum Core WG working session IT4IT™ Forum Adoption WG working session

 

Coffee

1600-1730

IT4IT™ Forum Core WG working session IT4IT™ Forum Addoption WG working session IT4IT™ Forum WG working session

IT Asset Mgmt; Techology Lifecycle & Cloud ‘explore’
IT4IT™ Forum Service Level Management WG working session IT4IT™ Forum Show & Tell:
How to use the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture to your IT service management portfolio
IT4IT™ Forum WG working session

Key:

Session Type Expected Attendees
Eligible Attendees
IT4IT™ Forum Open Session All Conference Attendees
All Conference Attendees
IT4IT™ Forum Workgroup session Participating Workgroup Members IT4IT™ Forum members only
IT4IT™ Forum Steering Committee Steering Committee Members
IT4IT™ Forum Meeting All Forum Members


IT4IT™ Forum Work Groups (WGs)

 

 

Lead ‘expert’

‘Steward’

 

Agile

 

Charlie Betz

Sue Desiderio

Develop patterns, scenarios and perspectives demonstrating utility of IT4IT™ Reference Architecture for Lean and Agile delivery, including DevOps; Identify specific changes to the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture as needed to better support Agile delivery; Contribute to positioning IT4IT™ specifically with reference to SAFe, also Kanban, Scrum, and other Agile methods.

ITFM

IT

Financial Management

Philippe Geneste

Lakshmi Malhotra

Develop and maintain scenarios, patterns and perspectives that illustrate how to organize and implement Financial Management in IT functions; Identify specific changes to the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture needed to support successful implementations of IT Financial Management; Contribute to and/or leverage other standards work related to IT Financial Management e.g. TBM.

SLM

Service

Level Management

Dwight David

Ulrich Wanka

 

Core

IT4IT™

Reference Architecture

Lars Rossen

Sue Desiderio

 

 

Adoption

Erik Witte, Mike Fulton

Develop and execute on the business plan to promote increased awareness and adoption of the IT4IT normative standard.

Activities include promoting market awareness of and endorsement for the value of IT4IT, driving new membership in the IT4IT Forum, increasing member participation in IT4IT content creation workgroups, and producing the certification program for individual IT professionals and commercial entities.

I&R

Intelligence & Reporting

Floris Vershoor

Keith Jahn

Determine and describe the set of critical success factors (CSF)/Key performance Indicators (KPI) for the complete  IT Value Chain; Develop a vendor agnostic template that describes required data points, metrics, historical data and calculations to support the KPIs; Develop a working document/reference guide that helps organizations to successfully implement the KPIs independent from the supporting IT applications

Last updated July 16th, 2015