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Day 1 – Enterprise Architecture for Innovation and Governance
1. Enterprise Architecture (EA) and Innovation.
Emerging priorities in business and government.
2. Enterprise Architecture thinking.
- A short history of innovation and why it matters
- What innovation means in an information and services economy
- IT Portfolio Management and EA
- Demonstrating value and accountability in IT
- Business alignment: Strategy + Innovation + Integration
- From CIO to Chief Innovation Officer and the role of EA
Creating design spaces for innovation.
- Design thinking: Innovation as learning
- Where frameworks and schematics fit
- Why classification and enterprise semantics are critical
- Managing essential and accidental complexity
3. Understanding your EA culture.
Why it's a good place to start.
- Frameworks vs. Methodologies
- Architecture Positioning: Top down or bottom up
- How your personal and your industry defaults may impact you
- Understanding the dominant logic in your organization
- An overview of common EA approaches
4. Trends in Enterprise Architecture.
The next big thing in architectures.
- Services architecture and the drive for shared services
- Information architecture and enterprise semantics
- Mapping the future with Business Architecture
- Cloud computing: Impact on application and technology architecture
- Emerging standards in EA methodologies: TOGAF, MODAF, et al
- Advances in EA Frameworks
5. Strategically implementing Enterprise Architecture.
From CIO’s vision to reality.
- Enterprise Architecture: Managing the tension between governance and innovation
- The role of frameworks in enabling innovation and design
- The role of process standards (like TOGAF) in enabling governance
- Determining Enterprise Architecture metrics: Real world example
- EA mindsets and skill sets: Managing diversity in Enterprise Architecture teams
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Days 2 & 3: Enterprise Architecture Implementation Strategies
1. Enterprise modeling fundamentals.
Creating a blueprint using the Zachman Framework.
- Knowing where you are: Frameworks and Meta-frameworks
- Achieving business alignment
- Semantic analysis: How natural language approaches work
- Primitive versus composite models
- Assuring model quality
- Managing consistency of analysis
2. Enterprise Architecture approaches.
Why architecture perspectives matter.
- Strategic architectures: Understanding alliances and stakeholders
- Business semantic vocabulary and concepts integration
- Information architecture modeling approaches
- Technology architecture and impact of cloud computing
- Common components architecture
- Semantic synthesis through usage
- Enterprise modeling tools: Benefits and gotchas
3. Enabling Services Innovation & Design.
Program and Services Modeling.
- EA and services innovation
- Understanding core processes and enabling processes
- Line of Visibility Methodology [LovEm]
- Modeling public sector organizations
- Real world case study
4. Architecture patterns and reference models.
The payoff for Enterprise Architecture.
- Creating reusable artifacts
- Government reference models
- Industry target operating models
- Real world case study
5. Aligning your EA with your enterprise strategy.
Managing innovation, risk and standards.
- Enterprise Architecture for governance or innovation: What’s the goal?
- Recognizing industry defaults and organizational culture
- Strategic stretching: Determining how much change
- Identifying suitable Enterprise Architecture on-ramps
- Strategic development vs. EA planning: From design to stage gate models
6. Enterprise Architecture for innovation.
Strategic approaches to EA implementation.
- Process-driven innovation and SOA
- Information-driven services and information architectures
- Business model-driven innovation: Enabling change with Business Architecture
- Technology-driven innovation: Implementing a responsive infrastructure architecture
7. Enterprise Architecture for governance.
When risk management is the goal.
- Enterprise Architecture and IT governance
- How much architecture/how much governance?
- TOGAF and EA governance
- A brief overview of TOGAF
- Overlaps with IT governance standards
- Enterprise Architecture and IT Portfolio Management
8. Enterprise Architecture Standards.
How EA design standards enable change.
- The role of EA modeling and process standards
- Framework semantic structures
- Language and constructs
- Guideposts: Establishing degrees of freedom/flexibility
9. Managing the EA organization.
Integration, innovation and governance.
- The EA team: Roles and responsibilities
- The evolving role of the CIO office
- The Enterprise Architecture organization: EA Teams, review boards workgroups and more
- Governance and standards groups in the organization
- Enterprise integration, EA and innovation
(Intervista is now offering DAMA & EAIG members a 10% discount on all of our courses)
(This course is V.O.R approved with special pricing for O.P.S)
| Course fees
Day 2 & 3
All 3 days
| Small teams
(5 to 9 participants: payment per participant).
Large teams inquire for additional discount.
4 weeks prior to session date.
Must be received one day prior to session. No participant will be admitted into the course without prior payment arrangement.
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Enterprise Architecture for Innovation and Governance
1. Enterprise Architecture and innovation
2. Enterprise Architecture thinking
3. Understanding your EA culture
4. Trends in Enterprise Architecture
5. Strategically implementing EA
Day 2 & 3
Enterprise Architecture Implementation Strategies
1. EA modeling fundamentals
2. EA Modeling approaches
3. Enabling Services Innovation & Design
4. Architecture patterns/reference models
5. Aligning EA with enterprise strategy
6. Enterprise Architecture for innovation
7. Enterprise Architecture for governance
8. Enterprise Architecture standards
9. The EA organization
Stan Locke is a long time faculty member of the Intervista Institute and Enterprise Architecture implementation consultant, researcher and practitioner.
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