This is a two-day course covering essential aspects of Enterprise Architecture and Requirements Documentation. This course discusses how the tools and techniques stated in the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK 2.0) are applied when architecting the enterprise. This course presents the alignment of the four domain architectures (Business Architecture, Data Architecture, Application Architecture, and Technology Architecture), the relationships and dependencies of each of the four domain architectures. This course also explains how enterprise architecture provides directions in portfolio, program, and project management. Prior to selecting domain specific system architectures, it is essential to understand the right context of architecture design to prevent misalignment when integrating architectures and designing solutions.
This course also includes practical skills necessary to document requirements including architecture requirements, business and solution requirements. Participants will have a better understanding on how to communicate better with various stakeholders, including architects, subject matter experts, business process owners, solution designers and solution implementers. Participants will learn how to identify and translate business needs into features and capabilities, and use them to derive both functional and non-functional requirements.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
- Describe the components of EA and TOGAF.
- Explain the importance of having a cohesive Enterprise Architecture.
- Identify EA deliverables, artifacts, and building blocks.
- Present various types of requirements.
- Write good requirements based on international standards and best practices.
What is the value and what are the benefits of this course?
- You will get an extensive overview about Enterprise Architecture from the business and technology perspective and how it supports the business strategy and increase the success rate of solution implementation.
- You will know the composition of Enterprise Architecture, thereby preventing you from designing layers of architecture in silos.
- You will distinguish requirements types and map these requirements using forward/backward traceability.
- You avoid expensive and wasteful ad-hoc system architecture investments.
- You reduce the risk of project failure.
Who is this module for?
This module is designed for a range of Professionals, Managers and Executives wishing to get ideas on how to establish an architecture function the organization, get directions on how to start technological migrations and improvement, overview about the value of enterprise architecture for the organization and how it is linked to the business and IT strategy.
Potential candidates for this module are:
- Anyone who heads an organization
- Head of Divisions/Departments
- Business Strategy Experts
- Business and Operations Managers
- Business Analysts
- Systems Analyst
- Product Managers and Project Managers
- Enterprise Architects
- Solution Architects
- Technology Officers
- Information Systems/Information Technology Staff
- Introduction to Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF 9.1
- Business and IT Alignment
- Architecture, Governance, Frameworks
- TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM)
- Enterprise Continuum and Architecture Re-use
- Architecture Continuum
- Foundation Architectures
- Common Systems Architectures
- Industry Architectures
- Organization-Specific Architectures
- Solutions Continuum
- Foundation Solutions
- Common Systems Solutions
- Industry Solutions
- Organization-Specific Solutions
- Architecture Continuum
- Enterprise Architecture Organization
- Enterprise Architecture Roadmap
- Architecture Partitioning
- Allocation of Teams to Architecture Scope
- Architecture Integration
- Concepts and Principles of Requirements
- Standards in Writing Requirements
- Classification of Requirements
- Requirements Management
- Viewpoints and Analysis Techniques
- Problem Chains (Way of Thinking)
- Requirements Engineering
- Linking Requirements and Architecture
- Motivation and Architecture (Way of Working)
- Relation Between Enterprise Architecture and Requirements Management
- Requirements Engineering Cycle
- Application of the Requirements Cycle
- Role of RE Cycle in the Phases of TOGAF ADM
Only P18,999 inclusive of VAT
US$450 for Foreign Nationals
Fees include meals and seminar kit.
Discount and Payment Scheme
Package of 5 Delegates + 1 Free Delegate
10% Discount to Past Delegates
20% Discount to Academe/Students/Government
Resource Speaker and Expert
Jocelyn Mendoza-Reyes is the Chairperson & Chief Enterprise Architect, Digileaf Inc. and President, International Alliance of Quality Professionals. She is also the Senior Quality Advisor and Business Consultant for the following industries: Financials, Telecommunications, Shared Services, Manufacturing, Information and Communications Technology. Served as an Enterprise Director of Quality, Quality Manager and Project Manager for multinational companies located in Asia, Europe and USA.
She designs and implements integrated quality management systems, business analysis and enterprise architecture for manufacturing and service industries. She represents the company to international organizations such as The Open Group – an international organization for Enterprise Architecture, and IIBA – International Institute for Business Analysis.
Jocelyn earned certifications in Enterprise Architect, Quality Business Analyst, and Lean Six Sigma from American Society for Quality and International Alliance of Quality Professionals. She graduated Master in Information Management from Asia Pacific College and earned her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics major in Computer Science from the University of Santo Tomas. She is a recipient of the Global Award For Outstanding Contribution to Quality & Leadership at the World Quality Congress 2014, India.