2022 UAF Summit: Empowering Enterprise Adoption Through Workforce Development

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Erin Bootle (NIWC Atlantic)

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Abstract: This presentation will focus on the lessons learned as a large organization shifts its culture to adopt and embrace enterprise architecture as an integral part of systems engineering. To take full advantage of architecture, it is not enough to have a few highly-skilled individuals with tool access to create architectural products: an organization must be permeated with an understanding of architecture across the workforce for the true value to be realized. Everywhere within the organization there needs to be people with varying levels of architectural skills. For architecture to be truly adopted, your organization needs champions, highly-advanced architects, and those who provide inputs. Architecture is not just for architects. It is for all areas of an organization and workforce development is pivotal in adopting it. Bio: Erin is the Supervisor for the Architecture, Requirements, and Modeling for C4I and Enterprise Systems as well as the MBSE Training Lead at Naval Information Warfare Center, Atlantic where she has worked for more than 10 years. She has performed multiple Systems Engineering, Architecture, and Requirements roles at the command. She also retired after 21 years in uniform in the Navy, combined Active Duty and Reserve, as a Human Resources Officer. Erin holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering, a Master’s in Aeronautical Science with a specialty in Space Studies, and an MBA. She is a Certified System’s Engineering Professional (CSEP), OCSMP Modeling Professional, and a Professional in Human Resources (PHR).

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