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Lean and Agile Enterprise Architecture: Getting Started

by Joseph Anthony

This course approaches Enterprise Architecture in a way that is more in tune with modern ways of working that are being embraced by most enterprises today.

What you'll learn

Most businesses view Enterprise Architecture(EA) predominantly as an IT only discipline. EA however, as a practice is undergoing a fundamental transformation. This transformation is necessitated because, in the emerging future, businesses big and small are constantly pushed to innovate. In this course, Lean and Agile Enterprise Architecture: Getting Started, you'll learn the approaches that are more in tune with modern ways of working in the enterprise. First, you'll discover how to incorporate a lean and agile mindset and the process in the practice of enterprise architecture and how to weave innovation into the process of architecture development. Next, you'll explore strategy and what agile and emergent strategy means. Then, you'll walk through architecture development sprint which is a method for developing architectures within the enterprise using an agile and hypothesis driven approach. Finally, you'll learn the technology components and new approaches to architecture that lays the foundation to enable continuous delivery of business value. By the end of this course, you'll be armed and equipped with cutting edge enterprise architecture methods and techniques employed in the industry by trail-blazing organizations and architects.

About the author

I am an Enterprise Solution Architect with over 16 years of experience within the IT industry. I have consulted in a variety of leadership roles to large multi-national clients across the globe. I am a passionate advocate of Agile and Lead methods at all layers of the Enterprise, as it applies to software development and other knowledge intensive pursuits. I have been instrumental in training, coaching, and rolling out Agile teams in large programs of work. I am a Certified Scrum Master (CSM), a... more

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