Implementation: The TOGAF® Standard

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Implementation: The TOGAF® Standard


This course is all about how to utilize The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) in real-world organizations – an excellent step for recently certified TOGAF practitioners, as well as organizations looking for an understanding of how to fully benefit from the framework. Take your TOGAF training to the next level today!


  • Good understanding of how to integrate architecture development with (IT) strategic planning, business strategies, solution design, IT development, implementation, and program/ project management through use of the ADM
  • Good understanding of how to integrate architecture governance with IT governance (government framework in TOGAF)
  • The two reference models provide a reasonable contextual basis for structuring and populating an enterprise-specific model
  • It offers numerous checklists which support IT governance in general, and architecture governance in particular. Techniques and artefacts that can be adapted to meet IT and architecture needs

Who this course applies to:

  • Those who have a knowledge of Enterprise Architecture (EA), are TOGAF-certified or are studying to gain a certification
  • Anyone wanting to improve an EA practice
  • Newly-appointed EA managers, chief architects, experienced EA practitioners, lead architects, or project/program managers
  • Anyone seeking guidance and insight from senior EA practitioners on how to get started with TOGAF implementation
  • Anyone wanting exposure to the key implementation challenges that teams face with TOGAF

Learning Objectives

  • The business rationale behind Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF®.
  • The overall structure and contents of the TOGAF® 9 document and the key subject matter content.
  • The Architecture Development Method (ADM) and all the phases that make up the cycle.
  • The techniques defined for use in Architecture development.
  • The Architecture Content Framework and the purpose of each of the elements.
  • The guidelines for adapting the ADM process.
  • The Enterprise Continuum and Tools.
  • The concepts, taxonomy and graphical representations of the TOGAF® reference models and their application.
  • The Architecture Capability Framework.
  • The make-up of an Architecture skills framework and why it is needed.

Structure of training

An Overview of TOGAF – Linking Business & Architecture

  •  TOGAF ‘refresher’ covering the 6 major components
  •  High-level view of Enterprise Architecture strategy components
  •  Framework help for Enterprise Architecture

The Enterprise Architecture Practice

  •  Recognizing and using the differences and similarities between the PMO and the Enterprise Architecture Practice
  •  The Enterprise Architecture Practice and its placement and function within the organization
  •  Set up an Enterprise Architecture Practice
  •  Setting up and engaging an Architecture Board

EA Practice – Implement Vs Integration Approach

  •  Understand why it is necessary to integrate an Enterprise Architecture framework rather than just implement it
  •  Management frameworks and integrating an Enterprise Architecture framework

EA Practice – Demand & Supply

  •  Enterprise Architecture Information sources and requirements
  •  Enterprise Architecture Demand/Supply Model
  •  Asymmetric Demand
  •  Challenge model for understanding the position of the Enterprise Architecture Practice

EA Practice – Interaction of Strategy, Architecture & Delivery

  •  Understand the environment of strategy
  •  Understand what makes up an Enterprise Architecture strategy
  •  Recognize the integration of the strategy into their environment
  •  Understand how to approach the implementation of Enterprise Architecture strategy

EA Practice – Operating & Engagement Models

  •  Understanding the Enterprise Architecture Operating Model
  •  Operating model design, structure, adapting and testing
  •  Understanding the Enterprise Architecture Engagement Model
  •  Integrating related business unit functions and relevant interfaces

EA Practice – Capability Assessment

  •  Benefits of a capability assessment
  •  Constructing and using a capability assessment

Governance – Standards & Principles

  •  The fundamental elements of governance
  •  The difference between governance and management
  •  Recognizing the requirement for governance
  •  Understanding why governance is important
  •  Understanding how to create a governance framework

Services, Capabilities & Tools

  •  Difference between services and capabilities
  •  Defining the required services and capabilities for the successful Enterprise Architecture Practice
  •  Recognizing the need for tools and how to choose the appropriate tools

Communications Strategy & Execution

  •  Understanding communication, its complexity and scope
  •  Recognizing the criticality of communication and the involved effort

EA Charter

  • Understanding what an Enterprise Architecture charter is and why it is necessary
  • Developing an Enterprise Architecture charter

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May 10 - 13 2022

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