Welcome to the IRM UK August newsletter.
In this issue we feature the following articles, click on the article title to download that article.
From Data Tragedy to Information Strategy, Jan Henderyckx
Jan will be presenting
Defining and Executing Your Information Strategy, 25-26 Sept 2014, London
Enterprise Architecture: Exploring a Chemistry Metaphor, John Zachman
John will be presenting
Enterprise Architecture: Modelling Workshop Zachman Certification, 29 Sept - 2 Oct 2014, London
How Structurally Sound Is the Model?, Steve Hoberman
Steve will be presenting
Data Modelling Fundamentals, 7-8 October 2014, London and
Data Modelling Masterclass, 9-10 October 2014, London
The following four articles are all by speakers at our
Analysis Conference Europe 2014, 22-24 September, London
Advice from the Red Queen…, Professor Eddie Obeng
Improving BA Performance at National Grid, Craig Rollason, National Grid
A Business Analyst’s Information Security Project Toolkit, Gillian Walton, Purple Skies Consulting Ltd.
7 Ways to Make Teams More Creative and Productive, Alison Coward, Bracket
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IRM UK Conferences:
TDWI BI & DW Symposium, 8-10 September, London
Business Analysis Conference Europe, 22 - 24 September, London
Enterprise Data & BI Conference Europe, 3-5 November, London
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