Enterprise Architecture

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What, exactly, does it mean to be a leader in complex organizational structure and drive corporate development in the era of digitalization? This course will boost your managerial skills to significantly new level, providing a framework for coordination different enterprise aspects. Why it is important? Imagine how complicated global corporations are and how knotted might be relations between stakeholders. Enterprise Architecture course will give you a powerful tool based on a world-wide standard to create, implement and evolve you own management style.

This course is advisable for different specialists, who associate their career with EA concepts, such as: IT-solutions architecture, business engineering, information and communications technology, design thinking and innovation, business process management and corporate project management.
As an example, you might be working on the following positions (to make sure that this course is convenient for you):
IT experts (CIOs, IT managers, CTOs) and Systems Analysts, creating and developing corporate information systems.
Senior-level business managers (CEOs, COOs, CFOs), directing enterprise development and implementing Business and IT strategy.
Middle-level business managers, managing programs of projects.
Operational business managers, leading business processes optimization.

– Experience in business-IT alignment tasks and activities
– Basic understanding of IT industry (types of projects, corporate information systems, contracting aspects)
– Knowledge of the English language

At the end of the Course, you will be able to:
Communicate with various stakeholders and lead corporate development of company, taking into account business and technological aspects of different industries.
Acquire and use skills of modeling enterprise from different viewpoints and identifying bottlenecks to implement business and IT strategy.

The course was developed by Graduate School of Business and Management of Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University with the support of GET Information Technology GmbH, Germany.