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    • Architecting the EnterpriseEnterprise Architecture Education and Professional Development Services. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Our Vision To ensure the availability of global Enterprise Architecture standards, competencies and professionalism that will enable our customers to realise major value in their business and practices. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • The Road to Enterprise Architecture Excellence ArchiMate 2.0 The open modelling standard. In this training you will learn how to describe the architecture of the enterprise using the ArchiMate framework and language. Creating an illustration of the Enterprise Architecture EA VISUALISATION TOGAF 9, SOA for EA, EA for TelecomsArchitecture Capability & Maturity An Open EA framework. This training will teach you how to apply the TOGAFAssessment framework in your organisation and prepareThis assessment provides a path for EA candidates for TOGAF 9 certification.Enterprise Architecture improvements within ENTERPRISE KNOWLEDGE Creating open standards and people with MEASUREan organisation. As an Enterprise ARCHITECTURE BASED transferable skills across the enterprise. EA SUCCESSArchitecture matures its effectiveness EXCELLENCE EDUCATION Our SOA course is for those who wish to takeimproves. Without this regular health check a SOA approach to EAthere is a high risk that your EA practice will EA for telecoms gives an example of hownot be effective. EA TOGAF works with other industry standards EXECUTIVE SKILLS such as FrameWorx DEVELOPMENT Elevating Enterprise Architecture A leadership and effective communication course that is designed with the EA professional in- mind, so that they may understand how to communicate effectively with key stakeholders and influence them when making recommendations for change or implementation. Institute of Leadership & Management endorsed certification course. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Commonly heard statements Myth or Reality? “Why should we bother with Enterprise Architecture?” “Architecture is a cost overhead we cannot afford.” “Architects don’t understand the business and are completely disconnected from our world.” “Let’s cut to the chase and get straight on with designing the solution we need with the best technology.” “Not having the business knowledge often kills EA initiatives because the projects tend to be done for the sake of technology and not for successful business outcomes”. “We are in tough economic conditions make more of what you have with less cost and overhead – stop all non urgent projects at once!” We know How do I know solutions to every what I want, problem? What’s when I don’t your problem? know what you can do for me Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Enterprise Architecture excellence requires highly skilled, capable people whomeasure success through achieving against agreed business outcomes.World class Enterprise Architects are assessed on the following critical attributes :- Leadership – how to move people and the business on. Strategic Planning- execution of the company strategic vision into execution. Technical Expertise – recommend technology investments that will create successful business outcomes. Financial Management – the ability to view the IT budget as a portfolio of assets, with a strategic vision, whilst mitigating against risk & increased cost. Operational Excellence – evidence of a strong portfolio of successfully delivered EA projects. Innovation- driving innovation and realising business value by architecting the capability. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Enterprise Architects plan for success – break through the glass ceiling! Architecture Vision Company Vision. Values – the Architecture Principles guiding principles Plan from baseline architecture to Business Plan – plan for success target architecture Align target architecture Strategic and operational objectives - objectives with business Targets outcomes. Establish EA - Key Performance Indicators – performance Assign KPI’s measures, targets & initiatives Communicate - get Cascading measures – use of 1-1’s meetings to align your team ready for individuals with overall goals. success. Document your Strategic management systems – linkage to company budgets success in terms and reports. of business results Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Benefits for creating an Enterprise Architecture Education ProgramEnterprise Architecture creates the structure for business resources to achieve success in chosen markets.By enabling the efficient alignment of an organisation’s strategic business goals and capabilities, EnterpriseArchitecture empowers the organisation to deliver extra value and achieve substantial success. Investment in developing people through education & training creates thinkers, problem solvers, universal standards and improves communication in the workplace. A structured approach by using open source best practices such as TOGAF® & ArchiMate® ensures senior executives see tangible results, aligned to the business strategy for their commitment to the Enterprise Architecture practice. Encouraging the development of best practices standards and competencies enables interoperability at all levels of the organisation. Employing TOGAF® as a best practice gives a full audit trail of your business improvement and processes in line with your statutory requirements, business goals and strategies. The standards have been specifically developed to be vendor neutral, not locking you into one vendor or set of solutions & allowing you full control of your systems as you evolve your Enterprise Architecture. Organisations promote a climate of continuous business evolution, improving everyone’s quality of work and deliverables. SLIDE 7 of Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Create a winning team Educate & train for successEnterprise Architecture Professional Development Services► Elevating Enterprise Architecture.► Education & Certification Workshops. ► TOGAF® 9 for Enterprise Architects. ► ArchiMate® 2 for Practitioners. ► SOA for Enterprise Architects.► Getting Started with Enterprise Architecture.► Architecture Capability & Maturity Assessment. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Elevating Enterprise Architecture Elevating Enterprise ArchitectureEA Business Objective of the course: To equip the Enterprise Architect (EA) with a defined ‘toolbox’ of business skills to compliment their technical knowledge, which enhances their personal and professional function and enables them to communicate and present ideas to business. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Why are business skills important? Elevating Enterprise Architecture► EA is a structured and integrated approach to business and IT transformation.► Enterprise Architects are key agents of such change and their performance is critically dependent on soft skills around leadership, communications and empowerment.► These softer skills plus an effective partnership with the business will lead to a successful use of EA in business transformation. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • What is the value? Elevating Enterprise Architecture ► By pitching a value proposition to Business Leaders and other key stakeholders in their language, the Architects will be viewed as a partner, rather than “just the technical specialist”. ► The Softer Skills increasingly prevalent as a deal breaker in many hiring decisions. ► Executives are measured on their ability to motivate an organisation, to make clear and well-balanced decisions and their ability to develop and communicate ideas and visions. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • What are the objectives and benefits for delegates? Elevating Enterprise Architecture Enhance effective engagement with key stakeholders. Facilitate communication flows in complex environments. Gain commitment from key stakeholders and contributors. Harness technical skills and assets to create significant business value.For more information and to book onto this training visit our website at:-http://www.architecting-the-enterprise.com/training/elevating_enterprise_architecture.php Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Education & Certification Workshops TOGAF 9 training Objective of the course: The Architecting the Enterprise TOGAF 9 for Practitioners Training Products introduce all of the topics you will need to cover in order to use the latest version of TOGAF in your organization and to prepare to take The Open GroupsAvailable formats: examination(s). Instructor led Webinar Online learningSupported by: Comprehensive materials Exam practise Workbooks Access to recorded webinars World class Instructors Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • What are the objectives and benefit for the delegate?This training is for organisations and individuals who wish implement TOGAF ® as a methodology. Courses are available at foundation and certified levels .The training courses cover all of the features that are common to TOGAF® 8 and TOGAF® 9:  The business rationale for Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF®  The TOGAF® Architecture Development Method and its deliverables, including Business, Data, Applications and Technology Architecture  The Enterprise Continuum  Enterprise Architecture Governance  Architecture Principles and their development  Architecture Views and Viewpoints  Requirements Engineering using Business Scenarios  Architecture Maturity Assessments  Architecture Skills Framework  An Introduction to Building BlocksThe courses also cover the many new features added in TOGAF® 9:  Architecture Partitioning  Content Framework and Meta Model  Capability Based Planning  Business Transformation Readiness  Using TOGAF® to develop Security Architectures  Architecture RepositoryIn addition to the training modules, the course makes extensive use of exercises and questions based around a case study to develop understanding of TOGAF®.Successful completion of the TOGAF® examinations leads to TOGAF® 9 Certification.For more information and to book onto this training visit our website at:- http://www.architecting-the-enterprise.com/training/TOGAF_9.php Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Education & Certification Workshops ArchiMate® 2.0 training Objective of the course: The Architecting the Enterprise ArchiMate® 2.0 training for practitioners course provides training on ArchiMate® 2.0, an open and independent modeling language that compliments the TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Framework and other modeling languages such as UML and BPMN. It will prepare the delegate to take The Open Groups ArchiMate® 2.0Available formats: examination & modeling assessment leading to ArchiMate® 2.0 certification. Instructor led Webinar Virtual learningSupported by: Comprehensive materials Exam practise Archi tool Modelling exercises World class Instructors Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Five facts you need to know about ArchiMate® 1. Open, common standard language. 2. Good for visualizations! Represent different stakeholders views, especially those impacted by the change process. 3. Affords visibility of IT resources Identifies use of IT, their dependencies, and reuse. 4. Facilitates analysis Support gap analyses, and impact-of-change. 5. Articulates your EA value proposition For a specific business transformation change, or any other strategic initiative, i.e., use of Stakeholder Viewpoints. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • What are the objectives and benefit for the delegate?The training is for those individuals who require an understanding of ArchiMate® and its application with Enterprise Architecture - particularly if using best practice TOGAF®The courses cover all the features in ArchiMate® 2.0 and leads to ArchiMate® 2.0 Certification.  Access to Archi–modeling tool  ArchiMate Business/Application/Technology Layer descriptions  Modeling Exercises  Quizzes  Extensions (Motivation, Implementation & Migration Layers)  Cross-Layer Dependencies & Domain Relationships  ArchiMate ViewpointsExamination Day  Examination Preparation & Recap  Assessment of Practical Modeling Exercise(s)  Practice tests  Certification examinationSuccessful assessment of the ArchiMate modeling exercise and completion of the examination leads to ArchiMate® 2.0 Certification.For those who do not wish to take the examination an Architecting the Enterprise Gold Award will be issued upon successful completion of the course and modeling assessment.For more information and to book onto this training visit our website at:- http://www.architecting-the-enterprise.com/training/archimate.php Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Education & Certification Workshops SOA for Enterprise Architects Objective of the course: Our Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) for Enterprise Architects training solution is designed for Enterprise Architects and IT Professionals who want to take an architected approach to the development of SOA in their enterprises.Available formats: Instructor led – customised workshop only. Virtual learningSupported by: Comprehensive materials Online Quizzes World class subject matter experts. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • What are the objectives and benefit for the delegate?The course develops and fosters a common understanding of SOA in order to facilitate alignment between the business and information technology communities. It takes a top down business approach, as supported by TOGAF® and other standards developed in The Open Group and emphasize the need for integration in a holistic Enterprise Architecture environment. This course is based on the work achieved in The Open Groups SOA Work Group and describes how TOGAF® is used to define SOA.  Describe and define Service-oriented Architecture  Set the scene for using Service Oriented Architecture as a particular "style" and as part of an overall Enterprise Architecture  Define how you can make Best Practice Enterprise Architecture and SOA work together for your organization  Describe in some detail how TOGAF® Version 9.1 can be adapted for the purposes of implementing solutions as SOA Successful completion of the multiple choice question tests and completion of the course competency assessment module (65% pass mark) will lead to an Architecting the Enterprise Gold Award . For more information and to book onto this training visit our website at:- http://architecting-the-enterprise.com/training/soa.php Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Getting Started with Enterprise Architecture Program of workshopsThis program will develop the Enterprise Architecture for your organisation using an EA framework. It will establish an Enterprise Architecture practice in your organisation, aligning the IT strategy and delivery projects to your business goals and objectives. By the end of this program you will have customised the framework to meet the needs of your organisation, selected and evaluated your architecture tools and established a governance framework for ensuring IT delivery projects conform to the enterprise architecture principles for your organisation. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Program of workshopsObjectives: Set your Architecture Scope Develop your architecture principles Define your architecture footprint Customise the framework in Kroger EA Framework Evaluate, Select and implement EA toolset. Establish the Enterprise Architecture Practice Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Program of workshopsOutcomes: Enterprise Architecture vision document A complete set of agreed and documented architecture principles Documented stakeholder management matrix Documented communications plan Enterprise architecture RACI matrix Documented enterprise architecture governance framework The organisation specific architecture framework documented Enterprise architecture tool strategy identified and documented Documented baseline for enterprise architecture maturity Architecture practise development program Documented Skills Matrix with identified skills requirements Phased training plan Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Architecting the Enterprise – Measure your success. Architecture Capability Maturity Assessments Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • The Value To An OrganisationOrganisations continually face pressures to gain and retain competitiveadvantage, identify ways of cutting costs, improve quality, reduce time tomarket, etc. Maturity models have been developed to assist organisationsin this endeavour.Enables greater efficiency in the utilization of resources and prioritizesprojects by creating a roadmap for a target Enterprise Architecturematurity level. Good Enterprise Architecture develops effective changemanagement, maximises re-use of data, identifies and correctsinefficiencies with compliance to governance and best practice standards.A standard methodology enables a stable state of maturity developmentto be reached and for incremental improvements to be made over time. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • The Value To An Organisation Increases an organisations capability for Enterprise Architecture. Successful EA programs are viewed as critical to business sustainability. Gives an indication of compliance with governance policies and procedures across the enterprise. Thus giving key stakeholders an early indication of governance issues. Financial benefits can be derived from reduced redundancy, improved time to delivery, reduced support costs and reduced acquisition costs. Our consultative approach involves all stakeholders and ensures that the focus for improvement is in-line with your key business drivers to deliver real and measurable business benefits. Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • EXAMPLE: EA evolves and drives EA value at Intel 2003 2004 2005 2006 ► Intel EA efforts ► Chief Business ► Architecture ► Enterprise launched Architect and discipline unified as Architecture ► Chief Architects Business EA Practice Principles and assigned to data, architecture group ► Enterprise policies published applications, and added Architecture extends ► Building codes technical domains ► Enterprise broken to IT (traditional) published ► Application into 7 solution ► EA training extended ► Governance Process architecture broken domains across IT revamped out to include ► Solution principles ► Business Modeling ► Business and Data solution architecture and project training cross alignment and► Centralise all Data architecture training compliance ► Domain reference Analysts architecture ► Adopt a common scorecards ► Tackled EA Data established published Intel Architecture problem ► Business domain development ► Industry recognised methodology (IADM)► EA Data model with for meta data specific future state Data quality solution architectures ► Combine innovation ► ~$15M in re-use developed and research with ► Bluebook published the Enterprise ► ~$53M in re-use ► ~$35M in re-use Architecture practice ► ~$147M in re-use Source: Gregg Wyant, Intel WW Lead Architect, EA Re-use Efforts Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • ACMA - Structure 20 Process Change Areas Management Decomposed to 78 Goals Practices Enables Achievement Each measured by Metrics Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Module 2 Consensus Workshop - Radar Diagram Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • How can we shape your future?…we have to talk about…. …and we have addressed it by.... EA Measure EA Executive Skills Knowledge Success Visualisation Development TOGAF® 9 An Open EA framework. This training will teach Architecture Elevating Enterprise you how to apply the Capability & ArchiMate® 2.0 Architecture TOGAF® framework in Maturity your organisation and Assessment The open modelling A leadership and prepare candidates for standard. In this effective communication Begin Your TOGAF® 9 certification. This assessment training you will learn course that is designed Enterprise Creating open standards Enterprise provides a path for how to describe the with the EA professional Architecture and people with architecture of the Architecture transferable skills across Enterprise in-mind, so that they Journey the enterprise. Architecture enterprise using the may understand how to Excellence improvements within ArchiMate® communicate effectively SOA for EA an organisation. As an framework and with key stakeholders Our SOA course is for Enterprise language. Creating an and influence them those who wish to take a Architecture matures illustration of the when making SOA approach to EA its effectiveness Enterprise recommendations for improves. Without this Architecture. change or EA For Telecoms regular health check implementation. Institute EA for telecoms gives an there is a high risk of Leadership & example of how TOGAF® works with other industry that your EA practice Management endorsed standards such as will not be effective. certification course. FrameWorx Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012
    • Contact us to discuss your future! Sales@architecting-the-enterprise.com www.architecting-the-enterprise.com Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2012