IT Governance

Enterprise Architecture Training


"An enterprise architecture (EA) describes the structure of an enterprise, its decomposition into subsystems, the relationships between the subsystems, the relationships with the external environment, the terminology to use, and the guiding principles for the design and evolution of an enterprise. An enterprise architecture provides a holistic, systematic description of an enterprise. It encompasses business functions, business process, people, organization, business information, software applications and computer systems with their relationships to enterprise goals." - Wikipedia

IT Investment Management & Value Realization Training


Being a complex topic, value realization from IT investments requires special considerations due to the modern enterprise's reliance on IT and the sizable nature of IT expenditures. Related surveys consistently reveal that 20 to 70 percent of large scale IT related investments are challenged or fail to deliver any value at all.

Our understanding of the business value of IT investments has significantly improved during the last couple of years due to the related work by the governments, organizations and individuals.

How to make IT investments deliver the expected results without hiccups?

This is a comprehensive training on value realization from IT investments that takes into consideration the full economic life cycle of them. The training brings to you the state of the art value realization methods, tools and practices that are being used by modern enterprises to optimize the return on their investments. The training also covers the templates, check lists and case studies that assist the participants practice what they learn quickly and easily within their organizations.

Best practices from around the world

This training derives its content from frameworks and best practices established by the governments, organizations and individuals worldwide. Some of such notable sources are Federal Enterprise Architecture (USA), CIO Council publications (USA), AGIMO publications (Australia) and CIOB publications (Canada).