This course provides a broad survey of the concepts related to and expected for the business component of the Cisco Business Architect role.
Intended as a broad introduction, the program will sample a wide range of topics that prepares an individual to participate in a Cisco Business Architecture lead process, or to begin the journey to the role of Cisco Business Architect.
Account managers, systems engineers and individuals with technical career certifications who are interested in the concept of Enterprise Architecture and how it relates to the sales, positioning, and deployment of technology solutions. Channel Partner systems engineers and account managers who are assigned to fulfill requirements around the specializations and who need to have the associate-level certification for the Cisco Business Architecture program.
Adopting the Cisco Business Architecture Approach
Business Architecture Journey
Understanding the Business Environment
Enterprise Architectures, Frameworks and Standards
Understanding the Customer Audience
Next Steps in Business Architecture
Attendees should meet the following prerequisites:
A Cisco technology backgroud with both depth and breadth
Experience with and an understanding of the Cisco portfolio
Familiarity with at least two Cisco architectures
Technical Foundation for quickly understanding and consuming emerging technologies
Problem solving skills for business problems to derive value-added solutions
Soft skills for consulting and customer engagement
Financial aptitude for understanding and deriving financial value for the business
Motivated to adopt a business architecture approach and stay focused on the business
After completing this course you should be able to:
Articulate the role of a practicing Cisco Business Architect in business led engagements.
Describe the skills and capabilities that are required for a Cisco Business Architect.
Explain the importance of adopting a customer-centric business engagement.
Describe business priorities, business capabilities, business solutions and business outcomes.
Explain the importance and relevance of enterprise architectures, practices and standards.
Demonstrate knowledge of the financial consideration that are applied to investment decisions.
Describe the skills and capabilities that are required to interact with business leaders and stakeholders.
Describe the journey to become a practicing Cisco Business Architect.
If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.
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