Architecture Leadership

By coaching leadership in IT to produce an enterprise architecture (EA), those leaders are providing an approach for identifying opportunities to improve the corporate enterprise, in a manner that more effectively and efficiently pursues its purpose, aligning with business corporate goals and objectives ultimately.  IQ Management supports this work by providing coaching, mentoring and education to those teams within the client environment.

We provide pragmatic, objective, unbiased and prescriptive feedback on everything the CIO or IT Leadership is involved in, for best results throughout the engagement with respect to enterprise architecture.

  • Dedicated mentor
  • Assess business strategy to provide direction to enterprise architecture team
  • Review current technology infrastructure and standards
  • Analyze IT organization and processes
  • Define enterprise architecture (EA) processes and governance
  • Lead facilitated sessions
  • Deliver executive presentations and keynotes
  • Monthly reviews
  • On-site support
  • Document reviews
  • Telephone inquiries

Enterprise Architecture coaching and mentoring is provided to IQM clients by our partner EAdirections.

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Client Reference

As a global insurance company we have access to a lot of service providers.  We are very happy with the ongoing support and coaching from George Paras & the IQ Management team to support our organization and have remained a client for the past 3 years and will continue to do so.  I work with George every week on architectural issues that come up on our initiatives and sometimes we work on plans and overall approaches including our organizational development and strategies.  It is all of great value to me personally in my role and for my organisation to move our programs forward to have such personal time and attention.  Working with George in the past few years has had a positive impact during these challenging times.

Vice President and Chief Architect – Global Insurance Company, June 2012