The Director, Enterprise Technical Architecture & Engineering, also known as the Chief Enterprise Architect, is accountable for proactively and holistically leading our enterprise response to disruptive forces by identifying and analyzing the execution of change toward the desired business vision and targeted outcomes.
This person will also be charged to ensure Rockwell Automation's technology capabilities, solutions, and processes are enabling our business strategy. This role will act as both a champion of change and the facilitator of empowerment to help guide business and technology team's decision making. This person must be capable of practically applying existing, new and emerging technologies to new and evolving business and operating models. Conversely, they must be able to understand, monetize and operationalize new technologies.
This role will lead the EA program and its efforts to develop, maintain and govern the enterprise architecture across the organization. They are responsible for defining the EA process and architecture review and advisory process, and for leading the integration of those processes with related business and IT processes. They lead, prioritize and develop the overall enterprise architecture approach for the organization, and communicate architectural direction.
The Director role is accountable for leading, managing and balancing a bimodal EA program -- one EA team, with two modes of operating -- to run, grow and transform the business. Mode 1 is foundational EA (tactical), which maintains and evolves future-state business capabilities with a focus on efficiency and predictability of the existing IT estate. Mode 2 is vanguard EA (strategic), which designs and enables future-state business capabilities with a focus on technology disruption, speed, agility, and flexibility that enables and drives new business models and designs, while meeting today's business needs with an optimized Mode 1 strategy.
Lead the evolution of the enterprise architecture program/function.
Promote the business value of the EA program/function and its process, and the results of the EA program to business and IT leaders/executives.
Lead the development of an implementation plan for the enterprise architecture based on business strategy and requirements.
Seek opportunities to highlight how digital business initiatives will potentially impact enterprises' economic architecture and metrics.
Understand the business's economic and financial levers that are susceptible to digital transformation, so as to effectively support and guide technology investment decisions.
Design and construct future - and current - state business models so as to practically apply new and emerging technologies to drive them.
Guide and advise stakeholders about disruptive technologies and trends.
Determine the relationship between people, processes, information, technology and things of the enterprise, and their relationships to one another and to the external environment.
Work with business peers to develop and present business capability models and roadmaps to facilitate discussion and decision making with stakeholders across the enterprise.
Lead analysis of the business' future-state capabilities and future (and current) IT environment to detect critical deficiencies and recommend solutions for improvement and driving the business forward.
Lead the development and execution of a communication and education plan for the enterprise architecture.
Support "Rockwell On Rockwell" (ROR) pilot development and management to help showcase Rockwell products and services in Rockwell facilities
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