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Enterprise Architecture (TOGAF 9.2 Levels 1&2) ON DEMAND (In-House)

Contact info@buildthevision.ca for details. 


PUBLIC COURSES

Course - EA Using TOGAF 9.2 - Ottawa - 4-8 November 2019

Course - EA Using TOGAF 9.2 - Ville de Quebec - 18-22 novembre 2019


MAJOR DISCOUNTS ($250) FOR AEA / ISACA Members


For Details contact info@buildthevision.ca


The   Company and Instructor

Build The Vision   Inc. provides consulting, mentoring and training services and is an active   member of The Open Group Architecture Forum. The company specializes in   customized on-site courses. The CEO and course instructor is Robert Weisman   MSc, PEng, PMP, CD. Bob has 35 years of experience and has been an Enterprise   Architecture (EA) practitioner since 1993 in Canada, Australia, Europe and the   US in both government (25 years) and private (10 years) sectors. He was a major contributor to The   Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF®) Version 9, 9.1 & 9.2 and   is heavily involved in the next version of TOGAF. Bob is president of the Association   of Enterprise Architects (AEA) Ottawa, VP - ISACA Ottawa and a member of the IIBA,   PMI, IEEE, PEO, and AFCEA. Bob is finishing his Phd in e-Business, Part-time   Professor (new Masters EA Course) and Engineer in Residence at the University   of Ottawa.

The   Course

This is an intense,   business oriented five (5) day course for practitioners, managers and   directors focusing on a benefit driven approach to conducting Enterprise Architecture   in Government and business. It covers numerous EA Frameworks, focusing on   TOGAF (the core of the courses is a TOGAF accredited Practitioner Course) and   illustrates numerous deliverables. The course will prepare individuals to conduct   /manage EA using global best practices and case studies. The courses also cover   the integration of EA with Business Planning, Governance, Portfolio   Management (i.e. PMBOK, PRINCE2), Systems Development (i.e. SDLC), Operations   Management (e.g. ITIL) and Agile Methods and addresses how typical Government   initiatives (e.g. Accountability, Reference Models, Shared Services) fit. The   format will be a mixture of teaching, and EA case studies. Capability Based   Planning will be explained and used. 

  • The "TOGAF        9 Practitioners Course" students will be ready to write the        TOGAF 9 Certification Exams and the course will include exam vouchers, TOGAF 9 Study Prep (Parts 1 and 2),        Practice exams, Course Notes and a Tutorial.
  • PMPs, ISACA and AEA can apply for PDUs/CPEs under        continuing education. Discounts for members of AEA and ISACA

 

Course   Content (Focus is government digital transformation)

 · Business and   Enterprise Architecture Concepts

· Laying the   Groundwork

o Enterprise   Architecture Preliminary Planning

· Governance and   Stakeholder management

· Creating the   Vision and Way Ahead

  • Vision and Strategic   Direction
  • Business   Scenarios, Business Value Realization
  • Creating   principles and policies

· Designing the   Business

  • Interoperability   Frameworks
  • Collaborative Domain   Architecture Formulation and Business Model Generation

· Transforming   the Enterprise

  • o EA Incremental   Transformation
  • o Portfolio and   Project Generation (PMBOK)

· Managing the   Transformation

  • o EA   Implementation and Change Governance

· Enterprise   Architecture Best Practices

  • o Integrating   Best Practice Frameworks (Agile PMI, ITIL, IT4IT, COBIT 5, Balanced   Scorecard, Capability Based Planning)
  • o Maturity Models   (EAMM, DMM, CMMI)
  • o Implementing Shared   Services/Cloud

· Training the   Cadres - Skill-sets for the future

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