2022 UAF Summit: Using Architecture to Spark Innovative Thinking
Kristi Forino, Federal Acquisition Analysis Lead (Lockheed Martin)
About this talk
Abstract: Capabilities, the lifeblood of an enterprise, can be managed effectively using portfolio management techniques. Capability roadmaps are commonly used to manage the deployment of new and improved capabilities to address key drivers and challenges that the enterprise faces. This presentation demonstrates how MBSE can enhance an organization’s ability to plan for capability
deployments, as well as the ability to more effectively manage its portfolios of facilities, people, processes, services, systems, technologies and other key enablers for the fielded capabilities. Specific enterprise modeling elements that can facilitate capability planning and portfolio management are also described. These new modeling elements are being incorporated into the next UAF update.
Bio: Kristi is a senior manager and business analyst with Lockheed Martin Corporation’s Center for Industry and Market Analysis. She has performed several business development and analyst roles providing decision support to Lockheed Martin’s worldwide Aerospace and Defense portfolio since joining the Lockheed Martin team seven years ago. She also retired after 20 years in uniform in the U.S. Air Force, combined Active Duty and Reserve, as a defense weapon system acquisition professional. Kristi holds a Bachelor of Science degree in military history from the U.S. Air Force Academy and a Master of Arts in International Affairs from Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy along with DAWIA certifications in program and test management.
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