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Enterprise Architecture and Systems Thinking

ID: 1396092901
Issued December 20, 2017
Learning Type: Online Course
Certification Type: National Certificate
Language: Persian
Course Duration: 2 Hours
Credential ID: 317/96/410/53314

Course Overview

This Systems Thinking approach addresses technology-mediated change. Enterprise Architects need to be talking less about enterprise re-engineering, transformation and compliance, and more about ecology, equilibrium, and balance-preserving interventions. Sure, some experienced Enterprise Architects and EA teams at the top of their game are already thinking in these terms, without possibly being aware of Systems Thinking. The argument for engaging with Systems Thinking is made deliberately provocative to drive discussion and reaction. Where change is most needed is in the hardnosed EA frameworks and methods schools that continue to associate increasing success with increasing resourcing, adherence to method, ‘EA maturity’ (as if the enterprise were a factory) and police-like enforcement. Those days are over. Systems Thinking offers Enterprise Architecture the opportunity to do less traditional enterprise heavy-lifting and more targeted inter-mediation, for the greater benefit for all.

The Faragostar Company, as a private joint-stock company, was established in 2001. Today, with more than two decades of continuous and dynamic activity, it is known as one of Iran's top companies providing business automation software. As a knowledge-based company, they have had the golden statue of consumer rights for five consecutive years. Faragstar's record includes implementing successful projects with large organizations and institutions like BMI (Iranian National Bank), Irancell. Currently, more than 2,000 organizations with an area of ​​450,000 users with Faragostar software have increased their team's productivity.


BMI is the first national and commercial retail bank in Iran. It was considered the largest Iranian company in annual income with a revenue of 364 657 billion Rials in 2016. It is the largest bank in the Islamic world and the Middle East. By the end of 2016, BMI had a net asset of $76.6 billion and a vast network of 3.328 banking branches, so it is known as the largest Iranian bank based on the number of assets. The BMI brand was recognized as one of the 100 top Iranian brands in the 10th National Iranian Heroes Championship in 2013. The National Bank has 3328 active branches inside, 14 active branches, and four sub-stations abroad, and it has 180 booths.

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