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Enterprise SDLC Solutions Boot Camp


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Enterprises are looking for ways to dramatically reduce time-to-market for new products and services, improve the integration of business silos, increase the sharing of information across the enterprise, reduce the cost of technology support and increase the productivity of operations. These enterprise-wide opportunities drive many initiatives including quality driven, technology driven, process improvement driven, and information driven.

Many of these initiatives will take years to implement while changing the enterprise paradigm to effectively utilize the result. Managers tend to be assigned to these initiatives without the knowledge or skills to make them successful. Be ready for these enterprise initiatives or start your own innovation initiative! Begin with this workshop to help managers drive to solutions and assure business value during the movement from strategy to tactical. This workshop exposes the participant to various enterprise initiatives that may be driven either by the business or technology domains. Participants will learn to identify the right approach to use based on initiative characteristics and practice many of those techniques in the workshop.

  • Take the next step in BA training: Fantastic follow-up class to ASPE-SDLC’s BA Boot Camp
  • Identify gaps in existing primary business functions and information in support of the enterprise
  • Apply architectural principles to business opportunities
  • Leverage architecture models to bridge business unit and technology organization communications
  • Assimilate and correlate existing architectures, organizational structures, processes and information to identify and further analyze enterprise opportunities
  • Captures views and identify gaps of existing primary business functions and information in support of the enterprise
  • Work with product owners to identify gaps between business capabilities and product roadmaps
  • Work with various business and technology architects to assess initial enterprise risk
  • Justify opportunities and assess feasibility of proposed solutions
  • Assess organizational impact of the enterprise solution

Who Should Attend

Anyone who needs the enterprise view of the business and wants to assure the business' strategies is realized regardless of whether you reside in the business domain or technology domain. Such as:

  • Business Analysts
  • Business or Functional Managers
  • Technical Architects (Application, Infrastructure or Information)
  • Product and Process Owners
  • Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO) Resources, Program Managers or Project Managers
  • Procurement

 
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Prerequisite: 

This class has no prerequisites

 
   
     
Duration: 
3 Days  
     
     

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