Mr. DeVocht (Chief Transformation Officer) is a management consultant with 26 years of experience in the use of enterprise architecture to deliver enterprise modernization projects for both the Federal Government and large private enterprises. He's a specialist in modernizing corporate governance processes: strategic planning, information systems planning, process engineering, capital investment planning and portfolio management. He has been a featured speaker on EA at the Architecture Plus conference, and at the Systems & Software symposium. Recently he was Keynote speaker at the 9th annual Government EA Conference in Washington DC presenting the evolution of Steve Spewak's Enterprise Architecture Planning methodology.
Professional and Industry Experience
He conducted Transformation Initiatives at an impressive list of clients: Aera Energy, American Express, Arvida, AT&T MicroElectronics, Banco Continental (Peru), CitiBank (Belgium), CitiCorp, Department of Energy, Dutch Navy (Netherlands), Essochem Europe (Belgium), FedEx, ING, Merrill Lynch, NATO (Belgium), NE Utilities, New York Life, Philip Morris, Salym Petroleum (Russia), Samsom (Netherlands), Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, Southeast Toyota, UK Atomic Energy Research Establishment (UK), US Air Force. Stefan's focus is on accelerating change in the way companies work, and in the way they assign work so they can move from paying workers for labor to appreciating them for ingenuity. He has worked primarily for large multinationals like Sandoz, AT&T and Citicorp, fortune 100 companies like FedEx, Philip Morris, and large government agencies like the Department of Energy and the US Air Force. Mr. DeVocht has worked in Russia, Europe, the US and Latin America, is multi-lingual and skillful in adapting to varying cultural environments. Mr. DeVocht supported Dr. Steven Spewak with his seminal work Enterprise Architecture Planning. This methodology formed the basis for the Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF) as well as TOGAF. DeVocht developed the accompanying EAP toolset and Program Management Methodology. He is currently authoring EAP 2.0, the sequel to Spewak's Classic EAP. He spends his free time writing and blogging and reminiscing/arguing with his British spouse about the finer points of aspirating unvoiced stop consonants in Modern English.