On November 14th, the first Digital Architecture Design Day (DADD) will be organized. It is a community driven event that will reveal the best ways of putting strategy into practice for information intensive, medium to large sized eco systems that deal in a complex environment. Our goal is achieving sustainable change and coherent solutions by exchanging visions from global thought leaders, best practices, learnings and ideas.

Meet our first speakers:

3 new key insights that urge you to rethink your data transformation journey
He-Yu Hua and Bram Nauts, Enterprise Data Advisors, ABN AMRO Bank

The Reframing Game: using architecture to redesign and implement meaningful change
Rijk van Vulpen, Strategic Enterprise Designer, Trivento and Digital Architect and Marloes Sikkema, Innovation Consultant, Entrepreneurship Expert and Branded Design Thinker, AMICA Innovatie


The balance between centralization and decentralization
Eric Valent, Director Enterprise Architecture, Air France-KLM and Eltjo Poort, Digital Architect, CGI

Reminder – invitation Call for Contributions
We would like to invite you to send in your experiences (failures and successes) and the challenges you are facing on digital architecture and digital design. We are interested in all kinds of submissions related to our theme ‘Putting Strategy into Practice’. Please fill in the form before August 1st.

Why join DADD?

  • Uncovering better ways of putting strategy into practice in information intensive organizations
  • Achieving sustainable change and coherent solutions by exchanging best practices, learnings and ideas
  • Conference festival: playground of creativity, innovation and hands-on experiences

Interested in visiting Digital Architecture Design Day?
Register before August 1st and receive a € 100 early bird discount.

We’re looking forward seeing you at #DADD2019!

Digital Architecture Design Day is the annual platform at the intersection of business and digital architecture. It is owned by the NAF and organized by CKC Seminars, this year at November 14 in Den Bosch.