Comprehensive course analysis
Who should attend
- Business architects
- Department heads
- Strategic role officers
- Technology leaders
- Business technology partners
- Business analysts
- Enterprise architects
- Project, programme and portfolio managers
- Solution and domain architects.
About the course
This course is a collaboration between UTS and EA Learning. The three-day online course provides participants with the theoretical knowledge and hands-on practical experience required to engage in a variety of business architecture modelling and strategic planning activities.
About this course
Business architecture provides a structured approach to building and/or managing a business and describes key elements such as business strategy, governance and business processes. This hands-on virtual course combines theory, practice and evaluation, to provide an interactive learning experience in business architecture.
This short course is designed to help strengthen your business through the application of best-practice business architecture methods and techniques. Participants will learn how to map and communicate business capabilities and goals effectively, use capability-based planning and business anchor models to develop a business architecture and plan for transition.
- Capability based planning
- Engaging business architecture stakeholders
- Introduction to InsureCo (case study)
- Strategic planning and business architecture
- Strategy mapping and the business motivation model.
- Business modelling
- Value mapping and value systems modelling
- Capability mapping and the business capability model
- Introduction to overlays and strategic analysis
- Strategic analysis of pain points, capability maturity, investments and strategic importance.
- Deriving insights from the concern’s views
- Transition planning and roadmaps
- Presenting the strategy
- Operationalising strategy.
By the end of this course, you will understand how to:
Create various business models
Generate a simple transition plan to stage strategic execution
- Business modelling techniques and artefacts
- Useful ways to engage with stakeholders through a strategic planning process
- A variety of strategic analyses of business capabilities.
Use a business capability model as an anchor model for a variety of strategic analyses
Present a strategic narrative to an executive audience using artefacts to illustrate strategic advice.
Donna has spent over 25 years working in the ICT industry, with more than two thirds of her career focused on implementing enterprise architectures across organisations in Australia, New Zealand and Europe. She has a practical approach to teaching and mentoring staff in all the enterprise archite...
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