TOGAF BA (Business Architecture) examines topics such as organization, governance, business strategy and business processes in the context of the TOGAF Standard. It has its roots in proven market best-practices, providing valuable practical knowledge for both experienced architects or total novices.
TOGAF BA goes into greater detail on business architectural elements than the standard TOGAF 9.2 syllabus. As such, TOGAF BA offers valuable insight even for those already certified in the main framework.
This course comes complete with practice exams and quizzes to help users prepare for the TOGAF BA Level 1 exam, and we even provide a FREE exam voucher for when students are ready for the real thing!
‘Business Architecture’ is considered a specialization of general enterprise architecture. It focuses on the various business elements of organizational structure, including capabilities, information, processes and general organization. Practitioners examine the purpose of a business and how it achieves its goals, enabling them to achieve higher levels of efficiency as well as greater profits.
This course is designed to help students achieve the TOGAF Business Architecture Level 1 Credential. Students will gain a solid understanding of business capabilities, business modeling, information mapping, value streams and TOGAF business scenarios. The course explores each of these concepts in detail, for the purpose of developing successful business architectures via the TOGAF ADM.
TOGAF itself is a technology, industry and size-neutral standard. Virtually any organization can take advantage of the framework, and there are no prerequisites for taking this TOGAF BA course. TOGAF can even complement existing frameworks, making it easy for organizations to adopt without having to completely rework their existing practices.
Achieving the TOGAF BA credential will earn students three academic credits, as part of The Open Group Certification program. Successful students will also be awarded an ‘Open Badge’. Provided by Acclaim, these badges quickly verify students as being certified in the lucrative framework. The badge can even be displayed on company websites, emails and social media profiles.
Anyone seeking an understanding of Business Architecture based on the TOGAF Standard, Version 9.2
Professionals working in areas such as business planning and strategy
Seasoned enterprise architects who want to add a specialization to their existing qualifications
Newcomers seeking to either gain practical knowledge or verify their growing expertise
Anyone wanting to pass the official TOGAF Business Architecture Part 1 examination
This module introduces you to the course’s main features, including the learning plan, course aims and objectives, and structure.
It also offers a syllabus, a diagram pack, refresher materials, a glossary and a document with links for further reading. Finally, the module covers some of the more frequently asked questions about TOGAF BA.
Module 1 provides an introduction to business models and covers:
The impacts and benefits of business models, as well as how they are used within the TOGAF Standard
How business models are developed
The purpose of business model innovation
Module 2 introduces and defines business capabilities. It explores:
What the components of a ‘business capability’ are and how to write them
How business capabilities are modeled and mapped to other business architecture concepts
Module 3 explores value streams and looks at:
The definitions of ‘value’ and ‘value streams’
The approach and guiding principles for creating value streams
Decomposition, value analysis and how value streams can be mapped to other business architecture concepts
Module 4 explores the concepts and approaches behind information mapping, specifically:
What an information map is and how to use one
The relationship between information maps, business architectures and data models
Module 5 discusses the business scenario method and focuses on:
The benefits of using business scenarios
How business scenarios are incorporated into the TOGAF ADM
The development phases of a business scenario, as well as the steps in each phase
Module 6 looks at how all these elements can be brought together and how the TOGAF ADM may be used to create a business architecture by exploring:
Phase A of the TOGAF ADM, including the approach, vision, inputs and outputs
Phase B of the TOGAF ADM, including the approach, vision, inputs and outputs
This credential is achieved by passing the TOGAF Business Architecture Part 1 Examination. A mock exam is provided with this course to help students prepare.
Pearson Vue are the authorized providers of exams for TOGAF, IT4IT and ArchiMate certification, and host exams worldwide through a network of test centers. We will provide you with a free voucher for the TOGAF Business Architecture Part 1 exam on request.
Once you have completed the course, you can contact support and request your free exam voucher which can be used at any Pearson Vue test center within 12 a month period.
This course comes with a number of free assets designed to help students prepare for the exam. This includes a mock exam, quizzes, exam tips and several knowledge checks throughout the course. Students can also enjoy free tutor support.
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