This course focuses on the business layer of HOPEX Information Architecture. It teaches Information Managers and Business Architects how to create conceptual data models and other business models, which can be used to capture information exchanges and describe key information assets.
Who should attend?
- Information Managers
- Business Architects
- IS Method Managers
- Build enterprise glossaries for a shared understanding of the business.
- Understand information structure and semantics and master associated modeling techniques.
- Use HOPEX Information Architecture as a basis for Information Governance.
- The Importance of Information
- Information Architecture Within Enterprise Architecture
- Information Architecture & Management
- Definitions & Oriented Relationships
- Defining Conceptual Properties
- Multiplicity, Aggregation & Composition
- Glossary & Semantics
- IA & Data Models
- Specialization & Inheritance
- Concept Types
- Information & Time
Business Information & Processes
- Discovering & Refining Conceptual Models
- Information Items & Concept Views
- New Challenges in Data Governance
- Information Architecture Framework
- Access Rights & Profiles
How is the seminar organized?
The course alternates theoretical explanations of methods to be implemented, presentations of associated tool functions, and practical exercises that allow participants to apply the theory learned on a realistic case.