Research Vice President
Mike Rosen is Vice-President of Research with IDC's IT Executive Programs (IEP) with a focus on strategic architecture. Leveraging over 35 years of technology, development, and architecture experience, Mike focuses on results-oriented thought leadership and practical advice. He has provided guidance about delivering value through architecture for finance and insurance companies and at government agencies, retail, technology, logistic, energy, healthcare, and other organizations in over a dozen countries.
Mike has led numerous research efforts in business and enterprise architecture and best practices for architects and executives. As an independent consultant, Mike focused on practical and effective architecture programs, the development of appropriate architectural work products, and the internal career growth of architects. As CTO at several software start-ups, Mike had first-hand experience in balancing strategic and tactical demands. As a product architect for leading middleware products from Digital Equipment Corporation, BEA Systems, and IONA Technologies, and with 15 years of software development experience, Mike has a thorough understanding of the development process.
Mike has published extensively and is author of numerous books, including Applied SOA: Architecture and Design Strategies (2008), and Building eBusiness Systems and Architecture: A Manager’s Guide (2000). Mike holds a B.S. from University of Maryland and is currently completing Ph.D. research at the Radboud University in the Netherlands.Team: IT Executive Programs Team,
グローバルITと事業企画を形作る重要な外部ドライバー：IDC FutureScape 2017
Mike Rosen, Suya Xiong, Joseph C. Pucciarelli, Tomoaki Nakamura
Aug 2016 - Doc # JPJ41641416 IDC Presentation
本IDC Presentationでは、12の重要な外部ドライバー（促進要因）、すなわち今後12か月から24か月間、企業のIT戦略とビジネス戦略を形作っていくグローバルな事業エコシステムの変化を牽引している、外部の力について記述している。IDCは、政治、経済、社会、技術、環境、法令、事業を示す「PESTEL＋B」をパラダイムとして使用している。2017年のドライバーでは、技術の進化とインパクト、プラットフォーム、セキュリティ、プライバシー、インターネットへの接続、人材、 ...purchase document
IT Talent Management: The Expanding Role of the Enterprise Architect
Mike Rosen, Eric Bloom
Aug 2016 - Doc # US41656816 Industry Development and Models
This IDC study, designed for CIOs and other IT leaders, provides insights into the changing role and future talent management challenges of the enterprise architect position. It discusses the enhanced knowledge, skills, and business acum ...purchase document
|Leveraging 2016 FutureScape CIO Agenda Predictions: Research-Based Planning in Critical Domains|
|Framingham, MA United States|
|January 12, 2016|