About the author:
Roman studied at the faculty of Electrical Engineering - Technical Cybernetics (Department Measurement Technics) at Slovak Technology University. For 8 years he worked at his alma mater as a assistant at the Department of Measurements. He has worked in many international companies (SIEMENS, Hewlett-Packard, Trenkwalder Technologies, Philips, Sagem, Wabash Technologies) in different positions. From a specialist in computer-controlled measurement and automation, SCADA systems, to the top manager for the development of an international system for a personal agency. Over the last 15 years, he has been involved with IT support and services in manufacturing businesses, especially in the automotive industry where he worked in technical roles (Solution Architect, Test Designer) in ITIL processes roles (ITSC Manager, Capacity Manager, Availability Manager) and in Professional managerial roles (CTO). He has certificates from ITIL and TOGAF 9.1 and practical experience of running and supporting IT services in the automotive industry. All his professional life is devoted to the creation of professional documentation at all levels. From Business Level, Process Description, Strategic Planning and IT Design at Enterprise Architecture level. Many years of his experience are now being translated into practical methodologies and their implementation. He works as an external lecturer at universities, organizes workshops, lectures and writes publications. He cooperates with FABLAB CVTI in Bratislava, where he runs workshops for children from the age of 14. He promotes the term “Model Driven Book”. This term emphasizes the new paradigm of work in creative activity, such as book creation. This new paradigm of work consists of using single source of truth about the area concerned, modeling the solution before it is implemented, within the entire lifecycle of the solution. From the idea, design, implementation, operation to decommissioning. Over the past 15 years, he has been using the Sparx system UML Modeler of Enterprise Architect and has been popularizing it not only as a drawing tool, but as a system-based tool for teamwork.
The key is to systematically build a system approach that meets the criterion
“Right information for the Right position at the Right time” so called 3R.
This new paradigm sees the way to the solution as just as important as the goal itself.
The destination may vary, but the experience from the Journey remains.
The author is of the opinion that this experience is part of the strategic values of each firm but also an individual.