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BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE BOOTCAMP
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The focus of business architecture is to view the structure of the business from multiple perspectives, and to understand those aspects of business structure that can support or inhibit business excellence and innovation. In this two-day bootcamp, participants will learn a range of structured techniques for understanding business structure and improving business performance.
Background:The focus of business architecture is to view the structure of the business from multiple perspectives, and to understand those aspects of business structure that can support or inhibit business excellence and innovation. In this two-day bootcamp, participants will learn a range of structured techniques for understanding business structure and improving business performance.Learning Objectives:You will learn:- How business structure affects business performance, both short-term and longer-term. How to define and justify meaningful structural change. How to communicate critical structural issues to key stakeholders. How to plan and govern systems activity from a business viewpoint.The workshop will include practical techniques and examples for integrating five key business viewpoints.
The workshop will include practical techniques and examples for integrating five key business viewpoints:-(1)In the Business Strategy view ("What The Business Wants"), we produce a strategic rational model, using the i* notation, to analyse business goals and values, and at the challenges of maintaining a good balance between overlapping and conflicting goals across a diverse organization.
(2)In the Business Capabilities view ("What The Business Does"), we use capability dependency modelling to understand the operational and management capabilities of the business, and the requirements for the development and deployment of new and more cost-effective capabilities.
(3)In the Value Stream view ("How The Business Does"), we look at the policies and processes of the business, as they are configured to maximize direct and indirect value for the business and its customers.
(4)In the Business Knowledge view ("What The Business Knows"), we look at how the business captures and interprets what is going on, and how it uses this knowledge to make intelligent decisions and support organizational learning.
(5)Finally, in the Organizational view (What The Business Is"), we look at the relationships between people and organizations, as well as the implications for business viability and trust.
We will explore how each of these viewpoints contributes to an understanding of the enterprise and leads to practical and powerful interventions to improve business systems and organizations.
Richard Veryard, Next Practice Research InitiativeRichard Veryard is well-known as an independent industry analyst and blogger. He spent many years working with the CBDI Forum as an expert on SOA and enterprise architecture, and was previously a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Texas Instruments, where he pioneered methods for component-based business, technology change management and business excellence. He runs workshops for UNICOM on Enterprise Architecture and Organizational Intelligence.
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(1)Who Should Attend?
The workshop is suitable for enterprise and solution architects, business analysts, strategic planners, organizational change practitioners, and other senior roles within business and IT.
(2)Whom do I contact for more details?
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