Step 4: How to “DO” Enterprise Architecture – PART II

Learn from practical experiences and further your career as an Enterprise Architect. You too can become recognized as an influential leader.

Learn tools and techniques that I have used throughout my 30 IMIT career to implement a BUSINESS-DRIVEN Enterprise Architecture Practice.

This course is the second in a three part series that contains a step by step guide for how I implement the first year. Part I – walked you through the details for how to create that first instance of the consolidated roadmap or operational plan. The key is to create the most viable product within the first 3-4 months.

This course Part II – will walk you through the details for how I use the consolidated roadmap to start influencing the way an organization implements change.

Using a fictitous organization I will demonstrate how to:

  • Participate in defining project so that items on the consolidated roadmap are included,
  • Review projects to ensure business goals and objectives are met and
  • Transition projects into the productional environment so that it performs as expected.

Course Instructor

Lisa Pantuso Lisa Pantuso Author

Lisa spent almost 30 years working in both the private and public sectors, and has a reputation for getting things done. As the Government CIO Senior Information Architect she led a cross government Enterprise Content Management initiative. The Provincial ECM Strategy was published in 2012 and recognized as the first Provincial Strategy to be endorsed by all Ministries. In 2020, Lisa left to start teaching others the approaches and techniques that have set her apart.

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Enterprise Architecture Track

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New courses will be added.

How to DO Enterprise Architecture Part III is scheduled to be released early spring 2021.

 

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