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Training: Getting started with EAM: EAM compact in one day (EAM1)

Enterprise & IT-Architecture

Introduction to EAM

You want to introduce Enterprise Architecture Management and need first insights?

Training objective: “EAM basics”

  • Get an overview of EA frameworks and common approaches from practice.
  • Become familiar with the essential business & technical
    structures and visualizations of Enterprise Architecture Management and
    assess their benefits.
  • Become familiar with best practice EAM.
  • Get to know the different stakeholders and their perspectives.
  • Practice the essential aspects with examples.

Training contents

  • EAM at a glance – What is EAM?
    EA frameworks, such as Zachman and TOGAF, and Lean EAM.
  • Enterprise Architecture:
    Structures and Recommendations
  • EAM Visualizations:
    Understanding interrelationships & dependencies, identifying need for action and optimization potential.
  • Generating benefits through EAM:
    Answering the individual questions of the stakeholders
  • Stakeholder analysis:
    Who are the potential sponsors, beneficiaries and data providers and who do you involve and how?
  • What are the areas and expansion stages of EAM?
    • Technology management – getting started with TRM, lifecycle management and technical standardization
    • Strategic planning
    • Innovations
    • Governance, Audit, Security
  • Introduction and communication of EAM
  • Overview of EAM tools – benefits and limitations

Target audience:

Enterprise Architects

Daily schedule 1-day training:

1-day training:

  • 9.00 a.m. Start
  • approx. 12:00 p.m. Lunch
  • approx. 5.00 p.m. End

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


  • Monday, October 16, 2023


16 Oct 2023


9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 16 Oct 2023
  • Time: 3:00 AM - 11:00 AM

More Info



Lean42 Munich Ostbahnhof
Orleanstr. 34, 81667 Munich, Germany


Lean42 GmbH


  • Karsten Voges
    Karsten Voges
    Managing Director & Chief Management Consultant

    Karsten Voges brings 20 years of leadership experience, ranging from startups to Fortune 50 companies, plus various IT management consulting firms. He and Inge Hanschke have been working together in different organizations for 15 years and his motto “lean & smart” is very similar to Inge’s “easy & effective”.

    With degrees in computer scientist (TUM) and an MBA (UK), he has been combining IT and business for years. As a product manager in enterprise architecture management, head of IT architecture and as a founder of a data collaboration platform, deep technical knowledge comes together with a lot of business acumen. Therefore Karsten Voges ensures fit for purpose solutions that are followed through with change management, plus that they are also implemented in state of the art technically.