In this white paper Good e-Learning’s very own TOGAF expert Roger Evernden discusses using the TOGAF Skills Framework.
It is vitally important to have the right skills in an enterprise architecture team. The TOGAF Skills Framework is a good starting point for assessing your current skills or capabilities, but it needs to be customized. Firstly, it needs to be extended, to make it a more sophisticated analysis tool. Then it needs to be tailored to your needs. Our Guideline explains how to go about doing this.
“The Skills Framework is described in Chapter 52. Architecture Skills Framework. It is a part of the TOGAF documentation that doesn’t get as much attention as areas that have a more obvious practical use, such as the Architecture Development Method (ADM).
This is partly because, in its current form, the Skills Framework is not as complete a reference as it might be, and partly because it takes some effort to turn the printed material into a form that can be more easily used. This guideline provides some tips and tricks for making the best use of the Skills Framework.
This Guideline can be used in conjunction with the TOGAF Skills Framework Interactive Guide, which you can find on the Good e-Learning web site . This interactive resource provides a quick visual overview of the TOGAF Skills Framework.”
Download this exclusive white paper to find out how using the TOGAF Skills Framework will benefit both you and your organization.