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Webinars & Trainings

Webinars at a glance

Benefit from the extensive offer and take part in one of our webinars on various topics free of charge.

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Webinar Title Short Description Date Time
AGILE Lean & Agile Sustainable quick wins – are you ready for lean & agile?

Fri. Mar 24, 2023
Fri. Nov 17, 2023

10 am – 10.45 am CET
DIG Effective digital transformation Effective Digital Transformation with Business Architecture 4 Digitalization and Roadmap Planning

Fri. Mar 24, 2023
Fri. Nov 17, 2023

11 am – 12.00 pm CET
BPEAM Best Practice EAM Quick-Start for effective Enterprise Architecture Management

Fri. Mar 24, 2023
Fri. Nov 17, 2023

1 pm – 1.45 pm CET
LDM Lean Demand Management Systematic management of requirements Fri. Oct 20, 2023 11 am – 11.30 am CET
ISMS Information security & data protection Risk under control Fri. Oct 20, 2023 11.45 am – 12.15 pm CET

 

Training Courses at a glance

Take advantage of the extensive range of training courses to be able to use the best practice modules independently and to receive help for self-help.

Price of each training course: €1,750.00 plus VAT per person.

Virtual and on site.

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Training Title Short Description Date Time
EAM1 Getting Started with EAM First steps & best practice EAM at a glance

Tue-Wed Oct. 10 & 11, 2023

Tue-Wed Feb. 27 & 28, 2024

9.30 am – 4 pm CET
EAM2 Increase EAM utility Expansion & anchoring of EAM

Thu-Fri Jan. 19 & 20, 2023

Tue-Wed Oct. 17 & 18, 2023

Tue-Wed Mar. 12 & 13, 2024

9.30 am – 4 pm CET
ZBR Target design and roadmapping To design your target image with roadmapping for implementation

Thu-Fri Jan. 26 & 27, 2023

Tue-Wed Oct. 24 & 25, 2023

Tue-Wed Mar. 19 & 20, 2024

9.30 am – 4 pm CET
BA4D Business Architecture 4 Digitalization Taking advantage of business architecture

Thu-Fri Mar. 02 & 03, 2023

Tue-Wed Nov. 07 & 08, 2023

9.30 am – 4 pm CET
BADM Business Analysis and Demand Management Determine, document and evaluate requirements and design solutions

Thu-Fri Mar. 16 & 17, 2023

Tue-Wed Nov. 14 & 15, 2023

9.30 am – 4 pm CET
ISMS Information Security & Data Protection Risk-under-control

Thu-Fri Apr. 21 & 22, 2023

Tue-Wed Nov. 28 & 29, 2023

9.30 am – 4 pm CET

 

Webinar: Lean & Agile (AGILE)

Sustainable quick wins – are you ready for lean & agile?

Lean & agile both put people and communication in the foreground. Lean aims to increase customer value and reduce waste. This is only possible in an agile step-by-step systematic process with the help of lean techniques. Lean thinking is also a prerequisite for success in agile management. Agile working methods rely on a high degree of self-organization – and in addition to suitable methods, they require a lot of responsibility and a suitable culture.

In the free webinar, important techniques and the interaction between lean & agile as well as their prerequisites for success are presented.

 

Webinar Dates:

  • Fri. March 03, 2023; 10 am – 10.45 am CET (UTC+1)
  • Fri. November 17, 2023; 10 am – 10.45 am CET (UTC+1)

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Webinar: Effective Digital Transformation (DIG)

with Business Architecture 4 Digitalization and roadmap planning

Successfully implement the digital transformation

Digital strategy and transformation is on everyone’s lips and everyone is talking about it. This term is often associated with terms such as digital platform, big data, IoT, mobility, security, or omnichannel, 2speed IT and micro factory. However, the focus is often on technical details, IT architectures and solutions and the business goals and drivers are only discussed to a limited extent. However, this is essential in addition to deriving the requirements for IT.

Roadmap planning To design your target image and roadmap for implementation

Changes in business models and shorter innovation and product life cycles place high demands on IT managers in addition to reliable business operations. IT must be strategically aligned and prepared for changes in order to significantly increase the value of IT.

Business Architecture 4 Digitalization – Taking advantage of business architecture

Further development and operationalization of the current business model through Business Capability Management, Demand Management, Data Management & Organization 4.0.

A business architecture visualizes the current business model, provides structures for the further development of the business model and supports their operationalization.

In the free webinar you will get an overview of the systematic method for identifying the main drivers, fields of action and required skills as well as IT and organizational models for implementation.

 

Webinar Dates:

  • Fri. March 03, 2023; 11 am – 12 pm CET (UTC+1)
  • Fri. November 17, 2023; 11 am – 12 pm CET (UTC+1)
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Webinar: Best Practice EAM (BPEAM)

Best Practices EAM – First Steps & EA Frameworks at a Glance

In many (medium-sized) companies, EAM still suffers from the reputation of being complex, formalistic and inflexible. The effort for data maintenance is, especially for medium-sized companies, hardly affordable, at least felt, and the cost-benefit ratio and thus the added value are often not right. How do you get out of this dilemma? How can EAM, in interaction with the other planning, control and management processes, add value to the right strategic and tactical decisions and the implementation of projects? In the webinar, the key success factors and best practices are shown using practical examples.

In the free webinar, the essential components of the best practice EAM are explained and it is shown how the next expansion stage of EAM can be successfully introduced in a few months.

 

Webinar Dates:

  • Fri. March 03, 2023; 1.00 – 1.45 p.m CET (UTC+1)
  • Fri. November 17, 2023; 1.00 – 1.45 p.m CET (UTC+1)
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Webinar: Lean Demand Management (LDM)

Lean Demand Management – Systematic management of requirements

Businesses must be able to change and adapt quickly to changing market and economic conditions. Lean demand management is a key success factor for this. With this you achieve both a lightweight but technically well-founded budgeting, a technically well-founded project cut with reasonable effort and an effective requirements management in agile projects as well as mastering the flood of business requirements.

In this free webinar you will receive an introduction to business analysis & demand management, an overview of the types of requirements, terms, methods and models as well as roles and processes.

 

Webinar Dates:

  • Fri. October 20, 2022, 11 am – 11.30 am CEST (UTC+2)
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Webinar: Information Security & Data Protection (ISMS)

Risk-under-control – information security & data protection

A manageable and integrated set of tools is necessary to sustainably meet both the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU-DSGVO) and the requirements of information security (including BSI and ISO27001).

In the free webinar, the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the topic of information security will be introduced and the essential components required for a simple and effective management tool will be shown. The effectiveness can be increased by combining it with Enterprise Architecture Management and other disciplines. Get an impression of the opportunities and benefits of an integrated set of instruments.

 

Webinar Dates:

  • Fri. October 20, 2022, 11 am – 11.30 am CEST (UTC+2)
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January, NovemberTraining: Introduction to EAM (EAM1)

Getting started with EAM: First steps & best practice EAM at a glance

Training Objective: “EAM Basics”

  • Get an overview of EA frameworks and common approaches from practice.
  • Become familiar with the essential functional and technical structures and visualizations of enterprise architecture management and assess their benefits.
  • Become familiar with EAM best practice.
  • Get to know the different stakeholders and their perspectives.
  • Practice the essential aspects using examples.

Content of the training

  • EAM at a Glance – What is EAM?
    EA frameworks such as Zachman and TOGAF as well as best practice EAM
  • Best Practice Enterprise Architecture:
    structures and recommendations
  • Best practice visualizations:
    Understand connections and dependencies, recognize need for action and optimization potential
  • Generating benefits through EAM:
    Answering the individual questions of the stakeholders
  • Stakeholder Analysis:
    Who are the possible sponsors, beneficiaries and data suppliers and who do you involve and how?
  • Technology management – Getting started with TRM, lifecycle management and technical standardization
  • Brief outlook on strategic IT planning with, among other things, a target picture
  • Benefit-oriented, quick-win-based introduction of EAM

Target group:

Enterprise architects and “users” of EAM

Daily routine:

1 day:

  • 09:30 a.m. Start
  • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
  • approx. 4:30 p.m. End of 1st day

2 day:

  • 09:00 a.m. Start
  • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
  • approx. 4:00 p.m. End of training

We plan a coffee break in the morning and afternoon on each training day.

 

Training dates:

  • Tue.-Wed. October 10 & 11, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CEST (UTC+2)
  • Tue.-Wed. February 27 & 28, 2024; 9.30 am – 4 pm CET (UTC+1)
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Training: Increase EAM benefit (EAM2)

Expansion & anchoring of EAM

Have you already introduced EAM and now want to optimize and expand it?

  • Assess your EAM maturity level objectively and systematically and identify fields of action and optimization potential.
  • Learn tips & tricks for your current challenges from the best practice EAM and in exchange with the training participants.
  • Find answers to your questions about anchoring EAM in the organization.
  • Get ideas for the design of your target landscape or solution architecture.

Content of the training

  • Collection of achievements and upcoming challenges
    Recording concrete challenges of the participants
  • EAM Maturity: Where are you now and what are the next steps?
    Understand and apply best practice EAM maturity model
  • How can the effort be reduced and the benefit increased? Understand and use the instrument of stakeholder analysis in order to increase personal benefit for stakeholders and reduce effort
  • How do you get EAM to fly?
    EA governance and anchoring in the organization
  • Professional and technical target image design as well as master planning in theory and practice “hands-on”
  • Tips and tricks for your challenges

    Target group:

    Enterprise architects and “users” of EAM

    Daily routine:

    1 day:

    • 09:30 a.m. Start
    • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
    • approx. 4:30 p.m. End of 1st day

    2 day:

    • 09:00 a.m. Start
    • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
    • approx. 4:00 p.m. End of training

    We plan a coffee break in the morning and afternoon on each training day.

     

    Training dates:

    • Thu.-Fri. Januray 19 & 20, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CET (UTC+1)
    • Tue.-Wed. October 17 & 18, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CEST (UTC+2)
    • Tue.-Wed. March 12 & 13, 2024; 9.30 am – 4 pm CET (UTC+1)
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    Training: Strategic Planning & Roadmapping (ZBR)

    Roadmap Planning (RP) – To design your target image and roadmap to implementation

    Changes in business models and shorter innovation and product life cycles place high demands on IT managers in addition to reliable business operations. IT must be strategically aligned and prepared for changes in order to significantly increase the value of IT.

       

      Daily routine:

      1 day:

      • 09:30 a.m. Start
      • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
      • approx. 4:30 p.m. End of 1st day

      2 day:

      • 09:00 a.m. Start
      • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
      • approx. 4:00 p.m. End of training

      We plan a coffee break in the morning and afternoon on each training day.

       

      Training dates:

      • Thu.-Fri. January 26 & 27, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CET (UTC+1)
      • Tue.-Wed. October 24 & 25, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CEST (UTC+2)
      • Tue.-Wed. March 19 & 20, 2024; 9.30 am – 4 pm CET (UTC+1)
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      Training: Business Architecture 4 Digitalization (BA4D)

      Taking advantage of business architecture

      Further development and operationalization of the current business model through Business Capability Management, Demand Management, Data Management & Organization 4.0

      A business architecture visualizes the current business model, provides structures for the further development of the business model and supports their operationalization. You will learn methods and practical tips and tricks in this training.

      • Why, what and how of a business architecture?
      • Understand and apply Business Capability Management and its benefit use cases
      • Set up manageable data management
      • Understand the requirements and necessary changes towards Organization 4.0

      Content of the training

      • What is business architecture?
        What are the components of a business architecture?
      • Why is business architecture important?
        What use cases are there?
      • Business Capability Map as a technical target image
        Business Capabilities – what is that? Procedure for deriving your capability map and use for the target image & roadmap derivation
      • Lean Demand Management
      • Manageable data management
        Understand methods of data management using examples and gain a feeling for granularity and application in the context of data protection, cloud and digital transformation.
      • Organization of the future:
        Understand required organizational changes to enable digital transformation
      • Outlook on a holistic set of tools for planning and controlling digital change
        Get to know control instruments for different control goals

        Target group:

        Strategists, enterprise architects and those responsible in business and IT

        Daily routine:

        1 day:

        • 09:30 a.m. Start
        • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
        • approx. 4:30 p.m. End of 1st day

        2 day:

        • 09:00 a.m. Start
        • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
        • approx. 4:00 p.m. End of training

        We plan a coffee break in the morning and afternoon on each training day.

         

        Training dates:

        • Thu.-Fri. March 02 & 03, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CET (UTC+1)
        • Tue.-Wed. November 7 & 8, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CET (UTC+1)
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        Training: Business Analysis and Demand Management (BADM)

        Determine, document, evaluate requirements and design solutions (IIBA/BaBOK)

        Training objective: “Systematic management of requirements”

        • “Get out” the real requirements from the stakeholders using questioning techniques.
        • Document requirements accurately and concisely.
        • Designing viable technical solutions and their roadmap for implementation and planning and controlling their implementation – agile and classic.

        Theory, practical exercises and case studies are used to impart knowledge that in practice provides real added value for your daily work.

        Content of the training

        • Introduction to Business Analysis & Demand Management
          Types of requirements (including the Kano model), terms, methods and models (including BPMN, use cases and others) as well as roles and processes at a glance
        • Requirements discovery and archeology techniques
          Questioning techniques such as 5W, essential questions or interviews
        • Formulation of requirements:
          Result types, best practices & techniques, such as language rules and backlog
        • Creativity techniques and technical solution concepts such as
          eg method 6-3-5, mind mapping or Ishikawa diagram
        • Evaluate requirements
          with e.g. prioritize & estimate & granularities with decomposition of requirements
        • Quality assurance, handling changes and contractual aspects,
          such as assumptions, acceptance conditions, CR management or an agile fixed price

          Target group:

          Business Analysts, Demand Managers and those who aspire to be

          Daily routine:

          1 day:

          • 09:30 a.m. Start
          • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
          • approx. 4:30 p.m. End of 1st day

          2 day:

          • 09:00 a.m. Start
          • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
          • approx. 4:00 p.m. End of training

          We plan a coffee break in the morning and afternoon on each training day.

           

          Training dates:

          • Thu.-Fri. March 16 & 17, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CET (UTC+1)
          • Tue.-Wed. November 14 & 15, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CET (UTC+1)
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          Training: Information Security & Data Protection (ISMS)

          Risk-under-control – safeguarding the economic success of your company. A manageable and integrated set of tools is necessary to sustainably meet both the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU-DSGVO) and the requirements of information security (including BSI and ISO27001).

          Training objective: “Setting up, implementing and maintaining an information security management system (ISMS).”

          Set up information security quickly and systematically in a sustainable and manageable way

          Content of the training

          Introduction to the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the topic of information security. Presentation of the essential components required for a simple & effective management toolkit. Increased effectiveness through the combination with Enterprise Architecture Management and other disciplines.

          • Maturity assessment / GAP analysis
          • Creation of a required asset inventory
          • Determination of protection requirements
          • ISMS requirements and control objectives from relevant standards and catalogues
          • ISMS documentation
          • ISMS organization & processes
          • Risk management (risk analysis & assessment)
          • Risk treatment and action management
          • ISMS reporting
          • ISMS assessment

            Target group:

            Information security responsible

            Daily routine:

            1 day:

            • 09:30 a.m. Start
            • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
            • approx. 4:30 p.m. End of 1st day

            2 day:

            • 09:00 a.m. Start
            • around 12:00 p.m. Lunch
            • approx. 4:00 p.m. End of training

            We plan a coffee break in the morning and afternoon on each training day.

             

            Training dates:

            • Thu.-Fri. April 20 & 21, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CEST (UTC+2)
            • Tue.-Wed. November 28 & 29, 2023; 9.30 am – 4 pm CET (UTC+1)
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