Uncover the Value of a Successful EA Practice
Navigation tips from Southwest Airlines

July 15th 12 PM PT | 3:00 PM ET

Join LeanIX, and Southwest Airlines' Christian Holston, for a conversation about developing a successful Enterprise Architecture practice. Explore why it's important for companies to have the talent and tools necessary to align business goals with the technology needed to meet them. We will sit down one-on-one with Christian to ask some of the essential questions around getting started with EA.

Key topics will include:

  • Where’s the right place to start your practice?
  • Key pitfalls to avoid
  • What does success really look like?

Ready to take the next step on your digital journey?

Join this intimate conversation with Christian Holston of Southwest Airlines to hear about his experience setting up an EA practice.

Christian is a Sr. Enterprise Architect at Southwest Airlines, where he works to make the practice of technology strategy more data-driven and repeatable. Prior to landing at the LUV airline he served as a Principal Architect at GameStop where he worked with a small team to develop their architecture and technology strategy practice, as well as served in numerous leadership and architecture roles in eCommerce and Marketing technology.  He holds an MBA from TCU and has far too many geeky hobbies for his own good.

Tune in for this live session that will aim to guide you and your company on a successful EA journey. 


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Christian I. Holston

Sr. Enterprise Architect – Enterprise Strategy


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