After this course you should:
Know about the main frameworks, modelling techniques and analysis techniques for Enterprise Architecture, and be able to effectively use them to analyze a real organization.
Be able to clearly communicate a complex architecture through reports and oral presentation.
Know about topics related to Enterprise Architecture such as service oriented architectures, risk management, architectural maturity and compliance.
Be able to explain how Enterprise Architecture can improve business-IT alignment.
What kind of business processes are important in our organization, and how can we support these processes using IT? What is the application landscape of our organization, and do we need to update it to improve the speed and flexibility with which we can do business? How can we manage our technical infrastructure to improve access to information for our employees but at the same time minimize security risks?
In this course, you will learn the techniques that allow you to answer these and other questions. The core subject of the course is the modelling and analysis of enterprise-wide architectures (i.e. business process architectures, information architectures, application architectures, technical architectures, combination of architectures, and so on). In addition, we will discuss related topics such as risk management and business process modelling.
|Je moet een geldige toelatingsbeschikking hebben||Verplicht materiaal|
|BoekHere we just mention the following two books: Lankhorst, M. (2005). Enterprise Architecture at Work: Modelling, Communication and Analysis. Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag. ISBN 978-3-540-24371-7.|
|BoekWagter, R., van den Berg, M., Luijpers, J., & van Steenbergen, M. (2005). Dynamic Enterprise Architecture: How to Make it Work. Hoboken, New Jersey, USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN 0-471-68272-1.