Unlocking the Power of Information Architecture
Are you ready to dive into the dynamic world of Information Architecture? In this engaging and enlightening 4-day course, we unravel the art and science of organizing, managing, and leveraging information as a strategic asset. Information architects are akin to the navigators of the digital realm, and this course equips you with the skills needed to be one.
What's in Store for You?
As you embark on this journey, you’ll explore the fundamentals of information architecture in Module 1, understanding how data, information, and knowledge interplay. In Module 2, you’ll witness how information becomes a strategic asset, intricately tied to value and governance. The course further delves into the intricate web of information usage, data integration, quality, and governance in Modules 3 to 6. From data warehousing and business intelligence to data security and knowledge management, you’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of the multifaceted realm of information architecture.
This course is specially tailored for Database Analysts, Information Analysts, Data Analysts, User Experience Analysts, and many more. By mastering the art of information architecture, you’ll be well-equipped to manage and design information landscapes that align with business objectives. Your ability to deliver business impact through technology and information will set you apart in the fast-paced corporate world. Plus, having completed the prerequisite 4-day Business Technology Strategy (BTS) course, you’re primed to unlock your full potential in information architecture.
So, are you ready to embark on this transformative journey in the world of information architecture? Join us in our upcoming session, and let’s build a future where information isn’t just data; it’s the cornerstone of strategic success!
Course Code: Information Architecture; Duration: 4 Days; Instructor-led
‘It’s about preparing architects to function effectively as information technology strategists through the development of advanced skills in information management, data exchanges, usage, storage and retrieval.’
Information architecture includes information storage, movement and display including site content and data management
Information architects develop deep skills in information as one of an organization’ key assets. They work in areas of presentation and information usage such as devices and interfaces as well as storage and retrieval. In addition, information architects are key to partner and be part of the internal integration. This course provides deep coverage of each of these areas.
This course is delivered in instructor-led format. Each day the course instructor will guide students through various base skills and definitions, discussions and recommended information architecture best practices for delivery of business technology strategy and values. Students’ progress through detailed definitions and antology, instructor and student led discussions, hands-on workshops and industry case studies.
This course is specially design for Database Analysts, Information Analysts, Data Analysts, User Experience Analysts, User Interface Designers, Project Leaders, Technical Consultants, Data Warehouse Specialist, Integration Specialists, Database Administrators, Database Designers, Datacenter Engineers, System Analysts and Information Consultants
Candidate must have taken 4-days Business Technology Strategy (BTS) course
This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentation, discussion and practical exercise.
At the end of either the individual practice or the combined practices course, participants will be able to:
- Be able to manage information related resources including storage, retrieval, delivery, classification and utilization of information to best deliver shareholder values as well as to support technology strategy
- Be able to design, build and manage information landscape that directly supporting business objectives.
- Be able to develop of information taxonomy and ontology schema by utilizing of information and database components and their relationship in the context of technology software and infrastructure
- Be able to deliver business impacts and values on the technology within the following scopes and contexts:
- The Storage of information in database, file, image or other digital formats
- The retrieval of information including technical, usage and time constraints
- The usage of information and support of business strategy
- The presentation of relevant information to the users
- The design of information including structure, content, relationship, dependency and data management
- Introduction Data, Information And Knowledge
- Information as Strategy
- Relating information to value
- Information Scope and Governance
- Who uses your information
- How, when, where and why is information used
- Form factors
- Usage design 1
- Quality attributes for information architecture
- Data tools and Frameworks
- Integrating at the Company Level
- Data Characteristics
- Data integration at the system level
- Data and information quality
- Data compliance
- Data and information governance
- Data warehousing
- Business intelligence
- Data security and privacy
- Metadata and Taxonomy Management
- Knowledge Management