Course Duration: 4 Days
Delivery: On-site Classroom
They have a full developed understanding of business valuation, process and strategy delivery. Business architects also act as a liaison between technology groups to enhance business development.
Iasa Business Architect Training provides a platform from which professional business architects develop advanced skills in business valuation of technology and human dynamics. Iasa training gives business architects the appropriate skills set and focus to carry out successful architecture initiatives.
◆ To model, analyse, and reason about structural and financial aspects of a business including accounting for business events and applying basic financial statement analysis techniques.
◆ To participate in business requirements gathering sessions, documents requirements and communicates requirements to multiple groups associated with each project.
◆ To apply project management expertise to improve productivity, increase efficiencies, mitigate risks, and resolve issues to ensure deliverables are completed on time and within budget.
◆ To translate a vision, business model, and set of strategic business goals into appropriate structures of processes, capabilities, and organisation units.
◆ To document how the business is structured to support a technology strategy within a business strategy and to design and optimize a strategy for maximizing growth, productivity or other strategic business intentions.
◆ To assist in the determination of which functional capabilities are within the scope of a given project,
what applications support the capabilities, what systems are involved and what other businesses would be impacted by a project.