Virtualization - Course Details

IEAPS(EBA200) Introduction to Enterprise Architecture for the Public Sector (EBA200)

Virtualization Course Description:
In this course, through lecture and participation in case study-drivenworkshops, you will learn about Enterprise Architecture (EA) and how it can beused to address the challenges faced by business and Information Technologygroups within an organization. You will become familiar with various models andframeworks that can be used to manage complexity. You will also learn about theEnterprise Architecture process and its applicability to project portfoliomanagement. Participants are required to attend in-class session and achieve 70% on a10-question multiple-choice examination.
Virtualization Course Duration:
Virtualization Course Target Audience:
Public sector business and IT executives, program managers, business transformation directors, business and IT project leaders, IT architects, IT analysts and designers, enterprise architects and enterprise architect program managers, policy and planning analysts, program review analysts, business architects, business analysts, business designers, business solution consultants, business transformation analysts and designers
Virtualization Course Prerequisite:
Course Content:

  • 1. The Challenges for Complexity and Change

    • Diagnosing Key Challenges Faced by a Transformation Initiative that CanBe Mitigated by Enterprise Architecture
    • Distinguishing Impact of Essential And Accidental Complexity on Successof Transformation Initiatives
    • Cost-Justifying Enterprise Architecture Projects Based on Reduction ofRisks Associated with Transformation Complexity

  • 2. Mastering Complexity and Change

    • Identifying Five Architectural Strategies To Master Complexity
    • Identifying Three Planning Principles To Master the Challenges ofContinuous Change

  • 3. How Enterprise Architecture Maintains Alignment

    • Specifying the Contribution of Enterprise Architecture and Its AssociatedArchitecture Domains To Master Essential And Accidental Complexity
    • Specifying the Contribution of Business Architecture to OtherArchitecture Domains
    • Specifying the Function of Frameworks in Producing Architecture

  • 4. Using Blueprints and Roadmaps To Guide Successful Transformations

    • Identifying the Contribution of Enterprise Architecture and ProjectPortfolio Management To Effective Transformation Governance
    • Specifying Depth and Breadth of Enterprise Architecture DeliverablesRequired To Support Outcomes of Each Stage of A Transformation Initiative
    • Specifying Architecture Requirements To Support Project PortfolioManagement Gating Processes