Business architecture is a holistic view of the business defined by multiple components.

The business architecture decreases costs of business analysis activities for initiatives at both the enterprise analysis strategic level and at the project tactical level by using its components. It assures alignment of technology to business valued processes and improves business decision making by having visibility into business assets. 

In this course you will gain a better understanding of what the business architecture is, what the components are within it, what is needed to build it and how it can be leveraged.  Because the business architecture can have many components and artifacts, they may not all be applicable to every business.  The key is to gain a “good enough” understanding to communicate benefits of relevant enterprise architecture components and artifacts and know which will provide the most business value.

Cost: USD$1,450
Duration: 4 sessions of 4 hours each
20% off for Group bookings of three or more
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You'll learn:

During this course you will learn about:

  • The overall business architecture structure
  • Communicating the value of a business architecture
  • The various enterprise or business architecture frameworks and tools available
  • Addressing business concerns by leveraging business architecture stakeholder views
  • Building various components within a business architecture knowledge base
  • Using various tools to gain a better understanding of the business when a business architecture is not currently present or planned. 
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Designed for:

This workshop is intended for those who want to know more about business architectures and how to leverage them, e.g. business analysts, functional and project managers, product and process owners and various architects.


You'll need:

To get the most out of this course you will need to have some understanding of business analysis.