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In most organizations, every business and technical domain speaks its own language, draws its own models, and uses its own techniques and tools. Communication and decision making across domains, necessary for business change, is thus seriously impaired. Just like an architectural drawing in classical building architecture describes the various aspects of the construction and use of a building, ArchiMate offers a common language for describing the construction and operation of business processes, organizational structures, information flows, IT systems, and technical infrastructure. This insight helps stakeholders to design, assess, and communicate the consequences of decisions and changes within and between these business domains.
ArchiMate is a graphical design language for modeling and analyzing enterprise architecture. just like TOGAF® (The Open Group Architecture Framework), it is a standard of The Open Group. On January 31st 2012, The Open Group officially launched ArchiMate 2.0, which links up with TOGAF even better. This simplifies applying a fully integrated Enterprise Architecture approach within your organization. Besides the core concepts (indicated as "ArchiMate Core") that model company, application and infrastructure layers of Enterprise Architecture, the language is expanded with two extensions, the Motivation Extension, to optimally model stakeholders, motivation for change, business goals, principles and wishes, and the Implementation & Migration Extension.
This training is presented by ArchiMate 2.0 experts from BiZZdesign, who holds an ArchiMate® 2.0 Commercial License issued by The Open Group. I.T. Works acts as a service provider to BiZZdesign and is not required to be licensed by The Open Group.
To ensure that ArchiMate is fully understood and consistently applied within your organization, training is of great importance. The success rate of your enterprise architecture effort is dramatically increased when the use of ArchiMate is correctly and efficiently addressed within your organization. This training combines the theory, a lot of practical insights and the certification exam during the afternoon on the second day. This will be done during the course and at the course location.
After completion of this two-day training, you will have:
The number of participants is limited to 16 for optimal interaction and a better learning experience.
This training is aimed at people who want to know what ArchiMate is, or who want to use ArchiMate. This includes (but is not limited to) business-, enterprise- and IT-architects, IT-managers, consultants and project managers.
Participants should be somewhat familiar with enterprise architecture, either acquired by working in projects, or by following enterprise architecture or TOGAF® training.
ArchiMate and TOGAF are registered trademarks of The Open Group.
This course is conducted and delivered by BiZZdesign who holds an ArchiMate® 2.0 Commercial License issued by The Open Group. I.T. Works acts as a service provider to BiZZdesign and is not required to be licensed by The Open Group. ArchiMate and TOGAF are registered trademarks of The Open Group.
Rob Kroese is an Enterprise Architecture consultant and trainer at BiZZdesign Nederland. Rob has an background in both business and IT, and he uses this in his consultancy work to optimize the alignment between business and IT. As EA consultant, Rob helps organisations in different industries (e.g. finance, government, insurance, etc) in setting up a solid EA practice, often with TOGAF and/or ArchiMate as approach.
Within BiZZdesign, Rob is actively contributing to the development of the software tools, training and consultancy propositions. Rob has strong analytical skills and is able to work in complex environments. Furthermore, Rob has good communication skills and is a real team player.
Rob regularly provides training courses on Enterprise Architecture, TOGAF, ArchiMate and Business Process Management. He is also teacher at the University of Twente.
Rob studied Business & IT at the University of Twente in Enschede, the Netherlands. In 2004 het got this BSc degree, and in 2007 he finished his studies and got his MSc degree.
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