IAG in partnership with Enterprise Architects is pleased to offer this 4-day interactive learning experience in the theory, practice and evaluation of applied business architecture.
This course is designed to help you and your organization strengthen your business planning process by applying best practice business architecture methods and techniques.
Who should attend: Managers, Architects, PM’s and BA’s.
Key Learning Objectives:
- How to design business models to support strategy
- How to use tools such as capability based planning and business anchor models to develop a business operating model
- How to analyse business models and provide insight for stakeholders
- How to begin to plan for transition
- How business architecture helps program and project managers be successful
- What are the roles of the business analyst and the business architect
Specifically, participants will be able to:
- Understand the role of business architecture in the broader enterprise architecture discipline
- Understand the structure of TOGAF and its value to the business architecture discipline
- Articulate a problem definition concisely and completely
- Explain how business architecture relates to other disciplines, organization structures, career paths, and the business architecture value proposition
- Understand the different views to describe a business, how to decompose the problem space into a more formal structure, and where influencers and drivers impact motivation
- Develop a means to end chain and a business motivation model
- Use a business model canvas to identify key activities and resources to support the business strategy
- Use a strategy game board to identify what capabilities to focus on
- Build a capability anchor model
- Analyse the gap between current maturity and target maturity requirements
- Re-prioritize where to invest your capital across your project portfolio
- Explain how to apply stakeholder management technique
- Consolidate your architecture into a single summarized roadmap view
- Build combined views to represent a variety of different concerns
For more information see: https://www.iag.biz/our-services/enterprise-business-architecture-services/applied-business-architecture-course.html
For related business architecture services from IAG, see: https://www.iag.biz/our-services/enterprise-business-architecture-services/
For related architecture services from Enterprise Architects Pty Ltd, see: http://enterprisearchitects.com/services/architect-services/
Craig Libby –
Hats off to the consultant for her engaging teaching style, wealth of information and patience as the class learned the material.
Witold Bielinski –
The course materials are fantastic. Exercises led by instructor were very good.
Galina Dokova –
The story-line and the supporting content were excellent. One of the few courses on this topic that have the right perspective, scope and approach to Business Architecture.
John McDonagh –
Practical approach – “APPLIED”Business Architecture. Good insights around methodologies such as TOGAF, BizBok and how and where to apply them.
Ryan O’Shaughnessy –
Content was awesome. The instructor who delivered the course great. I would recommend using online templates for exercises.
C. Vincenzetti –
Liked everything because everything we covered connects end to end to drive strategy to execution.