Enterprise Architecture Roles and Skills

 

Many skills and roles contribute to organisations which use the TOGAF framework

 

Skills

Business Strategy

Team Management

IT Strategy

Project Management

Business analysis

Governance

Quality Management

Change Management

Products

Requirement Management

Methodologies and Frameworks

Tools

Data modelling, System Application Knowledge

Technologies

Enterprise Architecture

Leadership

Development

Software and Coding

TOGAF also complements ITIL and COBIT framework. Many roles in Service Management and Service Delivery find the framework gives an added breadth of knowledge

Examples of roles

Roles that would benefit from the training

Roles

 

IT Management & IT Architects

Application and Information Architects

Portfolio, Programme and Project Managers

Infrastructure Architects

Operational - Business and system owners

Business Analysts

 THe above two tables shows the breadth of roles and skills that benefit from TOGAF certification.

 

 


Benefits of Modelling


  • Ability to articulate strategic view of landscape Optimise data use
  • Reduce infrastructure duplication and optimise non-functional aspects
  • More effective decision making due to up front options analysis with simulation of key requirements
  • Ability to communicate conflicting goals and drivers and facilitate conflict resolution
  • Highlight misalignment of priorities
  • Show competing demands for business services allowing compromise service levels to be defined
  • Improve oversight and Architectural Governance

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