Upcoming webcast: Using OSLC in the context of Strategic Planning for IT

Please join us on February 16 at 11am Eastern (8am Pacific / 4pm GMT / 5pm CET) for the fourth in the OSLC Community Webcast series, entitled "Using OSLC in the context of Strategic Planning for IT".

Update 27 February 2012: Due to some technical issues, we do not have a recording of the webcast. We have posted a .pdf file of the presentation slides and have posted some notes about the presentation.

Date & Time

16 February 2012
11:00am Eastern Time (8:00am Pacific / 4:00pm GMT / 5:00pm CET)

The webcast will be one hour, including the presentation and time for questions.

If you can't make it, we'll post a recording as soon as it's available.

Watch it live

To watch live, register in advance here.


The Strategic Planning Platform (SPP) framework is the next evolution in IT management. It is designed to systematically manage change across an organisation. It draws upon new trends in Web technology such as OSLC to facilitate a more decentralised approach to analyzing and prioritizing market changes and business demands. The framework helps organisations understand how they operate today to manage future change. By embracing EA, IT and business into the change process, an organisation can elevate decision-making to a strategic level. IT becomes a full partner in the process.


Jamie Knowles, Managing Partner – technology, solutions at Corso: Jamie Knowles has been in Enterprise Architecture and Cloud technologies for over 15 years. Jamie led the product management team for Cloud at IBM Rational. Prior to this, Jamie worked in the Enterprise Architecture product management team, dealing with IBM Rational System Architect solutions. Jamie has been instrumental in much of the innovation in Enterprise Architecture over the past 10 years. Jamie can deliver EA and Strategic Planning solutions, products and converse at all levels in an organization.

Martin Owen, Managing Partner - Strategy, Marketing, Products at Corso: Martin Owen led the world wide product team for Enterprise Architecture and Strategic Planning at IBM. He has over 20 years experience in EA and was a co-author of the Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN). Martin was responsible for the successful growth of IBM tooling including System Architect which had year on year growth of over 30%. Martin has experience in managing products, projects and proving the value of architecture and planning to all types of organizations at all levels.