This course takes you through contemporary Enterprise Architecture techniques that have a powerful impact on key stakeholders. How does it do this? Firstly, we start with a scenario that outlines a common problem. This builds the context for the next sessions, where we learn a method to solution the problem. Then finally ending with some analysis that addresses our key stakeholders concern.
The most valuable session helps you create Enterprise Architecture blueprints with an international standard.
During this session we will start our journey with understanding the aim of the course via a simple illustration. Then we look to understand how the rest of the course is structured. Hope you enjoy the illustration.
Now that we know what the aim of the course is, this session develops the problem or scenario we are trying to help our stakeholder with. This forms the foundation and context for the next sessions.
At the end of this session you will understand what an Architecture Content Meta Model is and how to use it. We then break down the Content Meta Model in to viewpoints that will model in our demonstrations.
At the end of this session we will understand what is called a "Matrix of Things". This is what will be developed in our demonstrations. This is where the real impact of Enterprise Architecture change is understood.
During this session you will be introduced to an Enterprise Architecture Modelling tool. Then using this tool you will be able to create an Enterprise Architecture Viewpoint that is used in the impact analysis of Enterprise Architecture change.
Make sure you download the tool used from the link provided.
During this session you will be introduced to an export of our content meta model data. This takes the form of a .CSV file worked into a pivot table in Microsoft Excel. With this structured data set we can then see the real current state of out enterprise architecture.
We also look at how to present the impacts a project might have on our enterprise architecture. These impacts are presented from the stakeholders viewpoint or set of concerns.
Be sure to look at the external links to find the tools we use in the demonstration.
My MISSION is to;
Give real world EA insights to aspiring professionals.
Be the instructor of choice that ensures students success by showing theory in practice.
Develop real world skills and experience as an EA consultant.
Develop real world skills and experience as a professional instructor.
Accomplish formal workplace training certification.
Accomplish a formal enterprise architecture certification that is internationally recognised.
Accomplish consulting engagements in profit, not for profit and mutual businesses.
Facilitate business and IT professionals learning internationally.
Partner with training providers who want to give real world EA wisdom to students.
Consult in various sectors and businesses including Mineral and Mining, Banking, Major Utilities, Retail, Tier 1 IT Service Providers, IT Reseller Channel and a National Automobile Club.
Instruct Enterprise Architecture professionals from various sectors and business types.
Accomplish formal workplace training certifications by 2001.
Accomplish formal enterprise architecture certification by 2013.
Accomplish consulting engagements in all tactical areas by 2016.
Deliver TOGAF, Archimate 2.1, IT4IT and Applied Business Architecture courses between 2013 to now.
I have achieved these goals and objectives operating as a freelance Instructor and consultant, internationally. Don't hesitate to contact me if you see us as a strategic fit.