There are Training Classes available to interested clients or conference providers on the Enterprise Business Architecture (EBA). These classes describe an approach and method for building an architecture of the business. It explains how to build and integrate your customer centric cross-functional business processes, which are sometimes called value streams. It formally captures the intellectual capital from your Business Process initiatives in an "architectural type" blueprint or model of the business that is available for strategic planning and IT architecture integration. Consequently, the business and IT teams can work in harmony with the insight gleaned from the Enterprise Business Architecture to create higher profits, superior customer service and a competitive advantage for their enterprise.
These classes are supported with the same case study available for review on this web site. This case study illustrates the basic models needed to derive and engineer the other enterprise architectures. These very same EBA models are also used in value chain analysis for purposes of achieving a competitive advantage for the enterprise. Additional analysis of the EBA models illustrates how and where to capture "feedback" information that is used in business intelligence initiatives. The dominant theme of the EBA is a customer centric focus coupled with a holistic view of the enterprise, to deliver a value creating system.There are Training Classes available to interested clients or conference providers on the Enterprise Business Architecture (EBA).
All One-Day Class modules covered in much greater detail:
Workshop exercises in Balancing and Leveling Business Architecture and Workflow Models
Insight into other Architectural relationships
Analysis of the case study
Workshop exercise on building and managing Business Architecture models.
Workshop exercise on building the client’s candidate Enterprise Value Stream Hierarchy
Workshop exercise on building one or two specific Value Streams
One-Day Class Outline:
What is architecture in the context of an enterprise
Integrating the Business Architecture with the Strategy
Business Architecture Innovation
Business Architecture Modeling using BPMN 2.0
Understanding Value Chains and Value Streams
Value Chain Analysis
Business Intelligence Considerations
Balancing and Leveling Business Architecture Models