Vision Architecture is the new Innovation Architecture: Available Now for Future State technology strategy and Vision Storyboards
After spending a year working at Oracle, representing the Oracle WebCenter Product portfolio including their portal, enterprise content management (ECM), social media, and mobile interaction products covering Public Sector for the states, counties and cities in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California and Hawaii I've recenlty returned to running my consulting company which has expanded offerings and is named, "Vision Architecture."
We worked on many interesting projects together at Oracle, in the West and South East regions, and agreed working alongside each other is a faster approach than fitting Vision Architecture® into a sales lifecycle within Oracle. It makes sense because Vision Architecture® is an exploratory toolset used to spend time defining high-level ecosystem strategy including human and technology systems and business solutions, which doesn't always align sales quotas. So we continue to work closely with Oracle and their partner network to bring vision and future state strategy together for clients, as a separate service, while expanding services into private sector industries.
Vision Architecture is a future state technology and business management consultancy focused on discovering and designing executive strategy, technology, and business roadmaps for public and private sector clients.
As we identify risks, and discover how to alleviate them, graphic novel storyboards help depict which technologies and processes will change to support a preferable Future State.
Contact Vision Architecture for a free one-hour consulting session to discover if future state technology and graphic novel storyboards might work for you and your audiences:
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Here are some examples of Vision Architecture® storyboards:
"School Shooter" was my response to a request from a collaborative group of state public sector agencies including a State Highway Patrol, a Department of Education, and a Department of Homeland Security who were working on some solution ideas to consider how centralized, live, recorded video could be used in a cross-functional, First Responder Strike Team to contain a live School Shooter: http://www.visionarchitectureinc.com/storyboard-school-shooter
"THE FAILURE PATTERN"
This is a storyboard about something I've seen happen in a lot of places, public and private sector, that people seem to relate to...a pattern that repeats over and over when we don't truly understand who, what, where and why we're building something. I created the Vision Architecture® formula and methodology as an option for leaders and inventors to combat this pattern upstream, so we don't waste time, money, resources, careers, and politics launching things that will fail...see if it rings a bell: http://www.visionarchitectureinc.com/the-failure-pattern-1
"Black Car" is a storyboard about a future state drunk driver who causes a collision and how technology systems, collaborative agencies, citizens, and policies mitigate the risk and outward damages caused by his choices.
It's inspired by a real-life event, where a drunk driver killed a friend of ours here in Oakland, and the massive set of system, technology, policy and system failures that made the catastrophe even worse for 100s of people impacted by her death.
Bad things will continue to happen in the future, but we can make the blast radius smaller, if we decide to. In "Black Car" Michelle doesn't die, and the drunk driver is expeditiously taken off the streets, using video evidence collected live and managed throughout the justice system. http://www.visionarchitectureinc.com/storyboard-black-car