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Enterprise Architecture Course

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Overview

Today's businesses face a turbulent environment in which constant economic, regulatory and technological disruption has become the norm. Businesses need flexible, adaptable systems which can also deliver satisfactorily on 'Business as Usual' (BaU). The discipline of Enterprise Architecture (EA) has become an important tool in the enterprise's efforts to undertake major transformational changes that are aimed at achieving strategic goals. EA holds out the possibility of aligning Business and IT long-term goals, so that IT is responsive to business change and the business derives real value from its current and future investments in IT.

Audience

Each participant will leave with a recognised certificate

Outline

  • Context for Business Architecture
  • Content of Business Architecture
  • The Architecting Process
  • Business Motivation and Governance Views
  • Business Capability View and Architecture Partitioning
  • Business Process View and Information Objects
  • Business Structure and Socio-cultural Views

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