Enterprise Architecture Implementation Strategies (EAI)

Venue: Jurys Clifton Ford Hotel

Location: London, W1, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 30, 2004 End Date/Time: Oct 01, 2004
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Description

Stan Locke
As Managing Director of Metadata Systems Software, Stan provides leadership and consulting support to Canada's leading corporations and large government organizations in the areas of Enterprise Architecture, including Business Entity Modeling, Business Flow Modeling, Database Management and Repository Development. His specialized capability in model management integration, software engineering and project implementation will provide you with the unique know-how to strategically implement and manage Enterprise Architecture.



Seminar Outline

1. ZACHMAN ENTERPRISE THINKING
• How much of the Enterprise, how deep
• Integrating different Business viewpoints
• Using interrogatives to analyze the Business
• Relating the questions to the viewpoints

2. GAINING BUSINESS QUALITY
• Using the Framework for quality assurance in the enterprise
• How Architecture ensures better Business alignment
• The Framework set for developing the Business Blueprint

3. DESIGNING FOR BUSINESS CHANGE
Case Studies allow teams to review how the framework is a tool for strategic analysis.
• Analyzing the Business Model into High-level components
• Reassembling the Components into Integrated Business Change Initiatives
• Creating Presentation Composites for executive management

4. DETERMINING ARCHITECTURE REFERENCE MODELS
• Business Controlled Domains
• Systems and Technology Domains
• Finding the right Business Governance

5. ENGAGING EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT
• Eliciting Strategic Priorities
• Creating Business Models
• Determining the right players
• Optimizing EA initiatives for strategic alignment

6. EA APPROACHES AND BUSINESS IMPLICATIONS
• Determining the EA maturity level
• The ‘shortcut’ to effective EA delivery
• Top down, Middle In, Bottom Up
• Project Implications for EA Delivery

7. BEYOND CURRENT METHODOLOGIES TO BUSINESS IMPERATIVES
• From Business Architecture to Strategy
• From Information Architecture to Enterprise Asset Reuse
• From Application Architecture to Design Components
• From Technology Architecture to Integrated Infrastructures
• Initiating EA with a Data Warehouse
• Extending Information Engineering and EA Planning

8. DEFINING SERVICES MODELS
• Business and Governments differ
• The role of Services, Programs, Enforcements, Advocates and Referrals
• Peer Model consolidation
• Role of Architecture Standards

9. PRAGMATIC ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE
• Sliver Implementation Strategy
• Project Architectures
• Use of High Level Models
• Integrating the Perspectives
• Making the Best Practices explicit
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