Business Architecture Management NEW
Translation of Strategic Goals into Organizational Requirements
Companies are faced with the challenge of translating their strategic business goals into requirements for their sub-units and departments, which are each subject to constant change and adaptation. The challenge of Business Architecture Management (BAM) is to keep control over global alignment and performance of all components of an organization, thus guaranteeing best integration, high performance and sustainability for future agility.
This course handles Business Architecture Management first as the technique to describe a company's organization processes, information management and other organizational elements. Secondly, it is considered how BAM can be the central governance element to manage actively performance and integration to the highest levels.
To understand the role of Business Architecture in the translation of the strategic goals into requirements
To use the Business Architecture as a blueprint to provide a common understanding of an organization’s current and desired capabilities
To be able to identify and define the business capabilities, services and processes
To understand how Business Architecture helps manage business stakeholders, information needs and governance requirements
To learn how Business Architecture Management can contribute to create agility whilst avoiding chaos
1. Introduction to Business Architecture
2. Business analysis and defining the Desired State
3. Business Transition Strategies and Business Architecture Programme
4. Business Models and Business Integration
5. Managing Capabilities
6. Using BAM to drive alignment and performance
7. BAM as governance mean for agility to change
8. Implementing and Controlling the new Architecture
Executives and senior management involved in strategy definition and its translation into strategic requirements for the organization.
Professionals who are working in roles associated with a business architecture project such as those responsible for planning and coordination.
Theory and concepts illustrated by an accredited trainer with sound expertise and experience in Business Architecture Management and organizational performance.
Group discussions with the purpose to match the relevant Business Architecture Management issues to real life experience.