Business Architecture Design Approaches
Duration | 1 day
Audience | Senior business analysts and business architects
- Participant workbook
- Course handouts
Participants in this course will learn the fundamentals of business architecture design and modeling, supporting tools, techniques, and its overall role in the organization. Students will learn key concepts and develop an understanding of four perspectives within business architecture: Services, Processes, Data, Actor / Roles. Additionally, modeling as a technique will be presented in the overall context to convey business and system activities for organizations. This course will leverage the Federal Enterprise Architecture as the framework for the approach.
- Understand the fundamentals of business architecture and supporting frameworks
- Understand the fundamentals of service, process, data, actor models
- Develop an appreciation for where business architecture fits in the overall project life cycle
- Understand the Business Reference Model (BRM) within the Federal Enterprise Architecture and its relationship to the other models.
- Grow the analysis skills and competencies that enable analysts to define use cases on projects