Advanced Enterprise Architecture Concepts

Advanced Enterprise Architecture Concepts

Advanced concepts on managing EA, leading EA teams and linking EA to other governance processes

27-30 April 2009 (10-18)
Location: Crowne Plaza Antwerpen (Antwerp, Belgium)
Presented in English by
Price: 2400 EUR (excl. 21% VAT)

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Full Programme:
9.30h - 10.00h
Registration and coffee/tea
Registration (only first day)
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Start of each workshop day

This programme is spread over 4 days, from 10h00 till 18h00, with a lunch around 13h00. Our speaker, John Gøtze, will be present from 9h30 in case you have specific questions.

The course builds upon prior knowledge of EA concepts and practices. The course is intended to build proficiency in managing EA programs, establishing/leading EA teams, winning EA work, delivering EA products, and using EA to improve mission performance. The course will also cover advanced concepts on linking EA to other governance processes, including capital planning, program management, security, and human resources management.

Spread over 4 days, the "Advanced Enterprise Architecture" workshop covers:

  • An EA program management overview
  • The EA program critical success factors
  • Integration of EA and IT Governance
  • Development and use of business cases
  • Developing and managing EA program budgets and schedules
  • Developing an EA project schedule
  • Managing EA program risk
  • EA program metrics using EVM (Earned Value Management)
  • EA team development, staffing and training
  • Developing an EA statement of work
  • EA program maturity using GAO's EAMMF (EA Management Maturity Framework), OMB's EAAF (EA Assessment Framework), CMU's CMM-EA (Capability Maturity Model) and Ross/Weill/Robertson's 4-stage maturity
  • EA program governance
  • EA management and transition plans
  • Using EA in strategic and Scenario Planning, Business Process Improvement, IT Investment Decision-Making, IT Project Management, IT Security Planning, IT Workforce planning, IT outsourcing, ...
  • Developing an EA training and personal development plan

End of each workshop day

This workshop is organised in cooperation with CMU logo and EA Fellows.

The number of participants is limited to 16 for maximum interaction and learning experience. During this workshop, free wifi Internet access will be available to our participants.

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