Bruce Bockie orchestrated the The Zachman Framework 3.0 anouncement in Sacramento, August 2011. Bruce not only lead and coordinated the event, he also hosted and promoted the first ever eZachman Certified program there.
Mr. Bockie has been married to Victoria Bockie for over 45 years and is the father of 2 sons and has 3 grandsons. He attends Gold Country Baptist Church in Cameron Park, California. He has developed and makes presentations on how the Bible influenced the development of the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.
His professional career in Information Technology spans over 35 years. Over the past 20 years he has focused primarily on Enterprise Architecture and Business Process Re-Engineering. He has facilitated executive team planning sessions, has traveled nationally and internationally: teaching and consulting, and has spoken at many conferences.
Mr. Bockie has an A.S. degree Geology/Math from Azusa Pacific College and B.S.in Social Science from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California. He is eZachman Certified™ in Enterprise Architecture and has Professionally Association with:
- Data Administration and Management Association (DAMA) (Founding Member - Sacramento Branch)
- Casewise User Group (CUG) for the West Coast (Founder)
- Sacramento Enterprise Architecture Group (Founder)
- Software Process Improvement Network member (SPIN)
- World Future Society member (WFS)
Mr. Bockie has an extensive background in the development of principles, policies, procedures, standards, and methods. Prior to becoming the Vice President of Enterprise Architect Operations, at ElyonStrategies, he was deeply involved in:
- Enterprise, Business, Data, Application and Information Architecture within the context of the Zachman Framework
- Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR)
- Business Process Management (BPM)
- Information Strategic Planning (ISP)
- Project Management (PM)
- Disaster Recovery (DR)
- Organizational Readiness (OR) and Organizational Change Management (OCM)
- Extensive use of enterprise modeling tools such as Casewise, ARIS, etc.
- Development of business rules (using Semantic Modeling)
- Development of many systems through the full Systems Development Lifecycle (SDLC)