Adopting the Cisco Business Architecture Approach-DTBAA

COURSE OUTLINE:

Description

This course establishes the foundation for individuals who have the desire to embark on the journey to become a practicing Cisco Business Architect. Understanding business architecture and acquiring the necessary skills and capabilities will help you in your transition from a technology-centric engagement to a business-led engagement.

Intended as a broad introduction, the program will sample a wide range of topics that prepares an individual to participate in a Cisco Business Architecture lead process, or to begin the journey to the role of Cisco Business Architect.

Associated Certification: Cisco Certified Business Architecture Associate

Associated Exam: 810-440 DTBAA

Duration: Subscription is valid for 365 days

Audience

  • Account managers, systems engineers, and individuals with technical career certifications who are interested in the concept of Enterprise Architecture and how it relates to the sales, positioning, and deployment of technology solutions
  • Channel Partner systems engineers and account managers who are assigned to fulfill requirements around the specializations, and need to have the associate-level certification for the Cisco Business Architecture program

Prerequisites

It is recommended, but not required, that students have the following knowledge and skills:

  • Some familiarity with the IT and general technology sales process
  • A deep understanding of at least one of the technology tracks (e.g., Routing and Switching, Collaboration, Wireless, etc.). More than one is very helpful

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the key roles associated with Cisco Business Architecture
  • Identify and describe the role, responsibilities, and typical activities of a Cisco Business Architect
  • Describe the value of Cisco Business Architect to customers and the account team
  • Identify and define key concepts of business priority, business outcomes, and business strategy
  • List the principal Enterprise Architecture frameworks