Speaking and Speaker Engagement Services

Pragmatica Innovations consultants are highly sought-after speakers at industry events on a variety of topics, including:

  • Enterprise Architecture
    • Methodology
    • Frameworks
    • Modeling
    • Implementation (governance and collaboration)
  • Enterprise Information Management
  • Enterprise Content Management
  • Requirements Management
  • Human Competency Management
  • Collaborative Environments
  • Records and Information Management

We can customize the topic, length and style of presentation from 60 minute keynotes to full day seminars. Speaking dovetails well with our mentoring and education programs on enterprise architecture – for a full course offering contact training@pragmatica-innovations.com.

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For Paul W. Johnson or Mark H. Mellblom speaker profile, please send a request to speaker@pragmatica-innovations.com

Speaking Examples:

DOD EA conference DoDAF in Action - DoDAF architecture example using a functional thread of Search and Rescue (SAR) concept. Provides an architectural example of DoDAF 2.0 in Action using a real world construct. Shows how architectural analysis can answer SAR Program Management questions. DoDAF 2.0 exemplars were created to support the DOD CIO.  A complete set of models were created that are not all included in this presentation but are available through our DE2M product line.

Rapidly Generating Human and System Requirements - Mark Mellblom, Pragmatica Innovations Chief Methodologist, presents Rapidly Generating Human and System Requirements at the American Society for Engineering Management 2012 International Annual Conference.

Defining and Aligning Requirements using System Architect and DOORS - Working with EA (graphical) tools enabled with requirements (textual) tools, Enabling an actionable enterprise architecture, Defines the value of linking enterprise architecture to requirements, Efficiencies of generating requirements from enterprise architecture, A process for managing requirements through enterprise architecture.