A110-3 Defining the Enterprise Architecture Change

Intended Audience

Enterprise architecture team members.


  • Awareness of Enterprise Architecture method
  • Practical experience on enterprise architecture assignments
  • Background in management consulting, interviewing, workshop facilitation, modeling and use of analysis techniques

The learner must also have completed the following event:

Target Competencies

At the end of this event, the learner will be able to:

  • Explain the underlying principles of the Architecture domain of Macroscope;
  • Describe the phases of Enterprise Architecture: their purpose, activities and deliverables;
  • Describe content of main deliverables;
  • Use modeling techniques to produce main deliverables;
  • Apply the method to a business situation with minimal support;
  • Find more information using Macroscope.



The documents of the self-learning material present background information on the case study to be worked in class: Precision Control.

In-class learning

  1. Context of Enterprise Architecture
  2. Description of Enterprise Context
  3. Definition of Target Architecture
  4. Selection of an Evolution Scenario and Capability Release
  5. Conclusion

Delivery Mode and Duration

Self-learning: 2.5 hours
In-class learning: 4 workshops of an average of 2 hours each

Pedagogical Approach

Readings about a business situation, minimal classroom presentations reinforced with a single case study, exercises, examples and facilitated in-class discussions.

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