Matthew Morgan Head of Process & Metrics Excellence
I joined Bridgewater Associates to implement a new process excellence program in 2012. Previously, I led global Business Improvement at Parsons Brinckerhoff, a $2.6 billion engineering company with 14,000 employees in 15 countries. There, I developed and deployed a new enterprise-wide process improvement function where none had previously existed and a global business management system to drive continual improvement and process standardization across many business units overseeing the firm's 150+ worldwide offices. Previously, a strategy consultant at McKinsey & Company and Lean Six Sigma professional and operations leader at Starwood Hotels, including managing a $30 mil, 300-person turnaround operation. A former Army intel officer, I commanded a 200-soldier company and authored 9 books on Afghanistan, terrorism, and related topics. I graduated with a BS from West Point and MBA from Harvard Business School.
Main Conference Day Two
11:20 AM Leaders Panel: How business architecture enables transformation and continuous improvement initiatives
Five business architects will take the stage in this keynote session to share their perspectives and insights on the value of business architecture in defining the blue-print of continuous improvement and operational excellence across the business. What is the value proposition for business architecture? Key discussion points include:
- Clarifying the value proposition for business architecture and OPEX relations
- How firms are integrating business architecture into their overall performance/OPEX approach
- Leveraging business architecture to execute the blueprint of the business vision and your operational excellence strategies