SEA - Strategic Enterprise Analysis

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Who the course is for:

  • Senior Business Analysts
  • Business Analysts
  • Those who supervise or work with business analysts (including heads of Application Development departments, Project Managers, heads of IT departments, systems analysts, systems engineers, developers)

 

Course objectives:

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify core competencies for the organization
  • Model the AS-IS and TO-BE enterprise architecture
  • Perform customer value analysis
  • Plan for process management
  • Identify the TO-BE IT architecture
  • Recognize the importance of service-oriented architecture
  • Manage the project portfolio
  • Recognize the importance of impact analyses, risk analyses and feasibility studies
  • Identify the components of the decision package
     

Benefits:

  • Useful and readily applicable tools
  • Consistent professional terminology in the field of business analysis
  • Understanding the importance of conducting an impact analysis, risk analysis
     

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Description

Senior business analysts are increasingly involved in pre-project activities to ensure that solutions to business problems reflect the organization’s business strategy. Through strategic enterprise analysis, the senior business analyst becomes a vital contributor to helping the organization determine sound investments and enhance its project portfolio. These activities ensure the organization can maximize the return on investment, minimize duplication of efforts across the organization, and realign business operations to meet executive management’s strategy.

Recommendation: Prior to taking this course, you should have acquired the background as taught in How to Gather and Document User Requirements, Use Case Modeling and Process Modeling Management.

Course Topics

1 Introduction to Strategic Enterprise Analysis

  • a. Identifying components of the enterprise architecture
  • b. Planning for business rules, data management and change management
  • c. Identifying core competencies

2. Enterprise Architecture

  • a. Modeling the AS-IS and TO-BE enterprise architectures
  • b. Identifying the need for an impact analysis and feasibility study
  • c. Examining the decision package for the TO-BE enterprise architecture

3. Customer Value Analysis

  • a. Performing customer value analysis
  • b. Using customer value analysis to improve the enterprise architecture

4. Process Management

  • a. Recognizing components of a process improvement project plan
  • b. Examining the decision package for new processes

5. IT Architecture

  • a. Recognize the components of the IT architecture project plan
  • b. Ensuring the IT architecture supports the enterprise architecture
  • c. Examining the decision package for the TO-BE IT architecture

6. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)

  • a. Ensuring SOA supports the enterprise architecture
  • b. Defining requirements for SOA

7. Portfolio Management

  • a. Selecting projects to implement the TO-BE enterprise architecture Ensuring projects support the business strategy

 

BABOK® Guide knowledge areas:

  • Enterprise Analysis
  • Planning and monitoring
  • Requirements Elicitation
  • Requirements Management and Communication
  • Requirements Analysis
  • Solution Assessment and Validation

 

PMBOK® Guide knowledge areas:

  • Project Integration Management
  • Project Quality Management
  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Communications Management

 

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