In this course, through lecture and participation in case study-driven Training, you will learn about Enterprise Architecture (EA) and how it can be used to address the challenges faced by business and Information Technology groups within an organization. You will become familiar with various models and frameworks that can be used to manage complexity. You will also learn about the Enterprise Architecture process and its applicability to project portfolio management.
Who Should Attend
Develop the next level of architectural maturity for their enterprise and EA team Public sector business and IT executives, program managers, business transformation directors, business and IT project leaders, IT architects, IT analysts and designers, enterprise architects and enterprise architect program managers, policy and planning analysts, program review analysts, business architects, business analysts, business designers, business solution consultants, business transformation analysts and designers
Upon completion of this workshop, participants are able to: Understand the function of EA models, reference models, frameworks, and artifacts in the production of an enterprise business architecture for a given sector, Explain the value of EBA in aligning and optimizing business and systems models, Explain the role of enterprise models in business transformation and alignment, Understand, explain and implement change at an architectural level, Establish an effective enterprise architecture organisation and operating model, Tailor the most appropriate tools and techniques to the specific needs of their enterprise, Deliver organisational, business and technical benefits and value from architectural programmes, Embed architectural tools, techniques and practice throughout the enterprise
There are no prerequisites for this course.