Business Architecture Certification Workshop Outline
What you need to know to be successful as a Business Architect
  • Introduction to Business Architecture
    • The Challenge is Change
    • Why build a Business Architecture for the Business
    • Phases
    • Roles
    • Business Architecture Preparation
  • Business Analysis for Business Architecture
    • Why – Goals / Strategies Analysis
    • How – Business Process Analysis
    • What – Materials Requirements Analysis
    • Who – Roles/Responsibilities Analysis
    • Where – Location Analysis
    • When – Events/Triggers Analysis
  • Case Studies and Workshop for Business Analysis
  • Establishing the “Desired State” Business Architecture
    • Building the Relationship Models
    • Identifying Business Capabilities
    • Ranking Business Capabilities for Implementation
  • Case Studies and Workshop for Business Architecture
  • Strategies for Business Transition
    • Establishing Major Deliverables
    • Explicating Transition Objectives
    • Transition Strategy
  • Managing the Business Architecture Program
    • Task Details
    • Challenges
    • Deliverables
    • Support Materials

Ongoing Business Architecture

  • Ongoing Enhancement Approach
  • Ongoing Planning Challenges
  • Deliverables
  • Creating Business Models for Managing the Business
    • Business Goal/Motivation Model
    • Business Process Model
    • Business Materials Model
    • Business Organization Model
    • Business Location Model
    • Business Event Model
  • Case Study and Workshop
  • Model Integration and Business Understanding
    • Integrating the Business Model Across the Business
    • Refining and Maintaining the Business Model
    • Distributing the Business Models across the Business
  • Generating the Business Aligned Capabilities and Programs
    • Generating the Programs and Capabilities
    • Generating Data Driven Programs and Projects
    • Generating Goal Driven Programs and Projects
  • Finalizing the Models for Implementation and Understanding
    • Alignment of Capabilities, Programs, and Projects
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Keeping the Models “Evergreen”
    • Support Tools Consideration
  • Additional Business Models for Consideration
    • Business “Planning” Models
    • Business “Owner” Models
    • Goals / Strategies Models
    • Process / Activities Models
    • Materials / Data Models
    • Roles / Responsibility Models
    • Location / Geography Models
    • Event / Triggers Models
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