Complete course description will be ready summer 2023.
Business architecture is the organizing principles for people, processes and technology. A business architecture is both a blueprint (a plan) and a representation of the actual operational model of a business. Business architecture is being used to design, plan, execute, and govern change initiatives.
Similarly, a systems architecture is the organising principles of an information systems, or a set of information systems, describing its structure and behaviour. A systems architecture is a representation of components (modules or code units) and how they interact to achieve the intended outcome of using the system. A systems architecture is a subset of the business architecture.
The course will combine conceptual knowledge (structures and principles) with market overview and trends and hands-on demonstrations and assignments. This includes an introduction to public services and platforms for open data and message exchange (e.g. AltInn).
The course constitutes a link between Digital Value Creation and Digital Organizing, and the digital technology in a business. It also puts the learning from Digital Problem Solving and Task Automation course into a larger perspective.
- General system theory and systemic thinking
- Business architecture: concepts and standards
- The role of business architecture in operational excellence and change work
- Value configurations and digital platforms and ecosystems
- Business architecture modelling – ArchiMate®
- Systems architecture and cloud platforms
- Business information systems, categories, market overview (vendors)
- Public sector at the forefront: Open data, smart cities and message exhange
This is an excerpt from the complete course description for the course. If you are an active student at BI, you can find the complete course descriptions with information on eg. learning goals, learning process, curriculum and exam at portal.bi.no. We reserve the right to make changes to this description.