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November 7, 2003   1:30 - 5:00 PM
Early Registration Fee: $395 (register by Sept 30, 2003)

On-Site Registration fee: $495

 
Track 1: John Zachman

Mr. Zachman authored the Framework in the 1980s and conducts seminars worldwide on its use and implementation. The Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture is widely accepted as the definitive work in this field and Mr. Zachman is recognized on every continent as an insightful and informative speaker. John Zachman is also well known for his early contribution to IBMs information planning methodology, Business Systems Planning. After a 26-year career at IBM, he now operates Zachman International, an information systems planning and education consulting practice and is chairman of the Zachman Institute for Framework Advancement (ZIFA).

 
November 9, 2003   1:30 - 5:00 PM
Early Registration Fee: $395 (register by Sept 30, 2003)

On-Site Registration fee: $495

 
Track 2: Earl Hadden

Earl Hadden is an internationally recognized leader in the data warehouse movement. He is co-developer of the Hadden-Kelly Data Warehouse Method, the most widely used methodology for the development of Data Warehouses, Data Marts and Business Intelligence Solutions. The Hadden-Kelly Data Warehouse Method builds the Warehouse and/or Data Marts quickly, but with the realization that the underlying business drivers, technology infrastructure, source data and user characteristics are all subject to change. As such, it is a "closed loop" system where results feed back into the model to enhance further the delivery of business information.

 
 
November 9, 2003   12:15 - 1:30 PM
Informal Research Meeting by Beverly Kahn
 

Discuss ongoing research that would be open to faculty and graduate students. The objective would be to share findings.

 
 

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