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About the course

An Advanced and Practical Leadership Masterclass for Enterprise Architects Leading EA in the Digital Age

Digital disruption continues to transform industries and organisations, opening up the possibility of new products, services and business models. Enterprise Architecture (EA) is expected to lead the way through these disruptive digital business transformations and thus needs to evolve to incorporate new perspectives, models, approaches and ways of working. The role of the enterprise architect is also expanding to focus not only on helping the organisation deliver targeted business outcomes, but also leading innovation by enabling business competitiveness through the use of digital technologies.

This course will equip you with an understanding of how the EA practice needs to evolve in adapting to the rapidly changing digital age. You will also learn from EA practitioners’ approaches, best practices, techniques and critical success factors that they have adopted to proactively engage their business leaders and adapt to the digital disrupted economy.

This course is part of the IT Planning, Governance & Enterprise Architecture Series offered by NUS-ISS.

Key Takeaways

On completion of the course, participants will be able to understand and apply:

  • How EA can enable digital business and potential business model changes
  • Impact of disruptive technology trends and EA
  • How EA is evolving and the trends affecting and shaping the practice
  • Lead EA in their organisations
  • Build a practice based proven EA

What Will Be Covered

  • Digital business and EA
  • Disruptive technology trends and EA
  • How EA is evolving and the trends affecting and shaping the practice
  • Leading EA
  • Practice-based proven EA


Lectures and group exercises

Who should attend

  • Chief Architects
  • Enterprise Architects
  • Digital leaders engaged in EA and aiming to use EA as a strategic tool to proactively adapt to the digitally disrupted economy


Participants must have acquired foundational EA knowledge either through attending an EA training course or have obtained EA certifications.

Trust the experts

Nicholas Tan

Nicholas Tan is Principal Lecturer and Consultant at the Institute of Systems Science, National University of Singapore. He has been designing and delivering enterprise technology solutions and services since 2000 in regional and global organisations in the hospitality, logistics, consumer packag...


Tan Eng Tsze

Tan Eng Tsze is a practising enterprise architect consultant and lecturer at ISS. He conducts Enterprise Architecture certification short courses and for a Masters degree programme at NUS. He also provides enterprise architecture consulting for public and private sector companies. He has provided...


Peter Tan

Peter has 20 years of experience in IT in public and private sector in a variety of roles, ranging from Education, Internet, B2B e-Commerce, e-Government, and now Healthcare. He currently leads the Enterprise Architecture practice in Integrated Health Information Systems, which manages IT system...


Poon See Hong

Mr. Poon See Hong holds the position of Deputy Director (Planning) at the Police Logistics Department (PLD) in Singapore Police Force (SPF). He is responsible for driving process transformation and automation in PLD/SPF. He makes recommendation for business process integration and identification ...


Tony Murphy

Mr. Tony Murphy is a Business Leader in MasterCard and drives the Enterprise Architecture (EA) program in the Asia Pacific region. MasterCard is a technology company and strategically positions EA within the business to yield higher value from its core products/services and through acquisitions. ...


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