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Tests for Lecture 3: The Role of Enterprise Architecture Practice

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Tests for Lecture 3: The Role of Enterprise Architecture Practice. The full teaching pack with 19 lectures and tests based on the book "The Practice of Enterprise Architecture: A Modern Approach to Business and IT Alignment", which can be
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    Copyright © 2019 by Svyatosla v Kotusev. All rights reserved. T ESTS FOR L ECTURE 3 The Role of Enterprise Architecture Practice Svyatoslav Kotusev, PhD  The set of tests on enterprise architecture by Svyatoslav Kotusev (kotusev@kotusev.com) SK   Based on the book The Practice of Enterprise Architecture: A Modern Approach to Business and IT Alignment    #2   Question 1:   Which statement regarding the need for enterprise architecture is true? (Single) 1.   Enterprise architecture was introduced artificially by scientists, who decide what should happen with the EA discipline in the future 2.   Enterprise architecture emerged naturally as a solution to the problem of business and IT alignment and its importance is likely to increase in the future 3.   Enterprise architecture emerged naturally as a solution to the problem of business and IT alignment, but its importance is likely to decrease in the future Correct: 2 Explanation: Enterprise architecture emerged as a reaction to the natural need for improving business and IT alignment in organizations and current industry trends suggest that its importance is likely to increase in the future Section: The Need for Enterprise Architecture  The set of tests on enterprise architecture by Svyatoslav Kotusev (kotusev@kotusev.com) SK   Based on the book The Practice of Enterprise Architecture: A Modern Approach to Business and IT Alignment    #3   Question 2:   Which benefits can be achieved via using enterprise architecture? (Multiple) 1.   Improved effectiveness and efficiency of IT investments 2.   Improved workforce skills 3.   Increased speed of the IT project delivery 4.   Increased reuse of available IT assets 5.   Enhanced leadership qualities of managers 6.   Reduced costs of IT operations Correct: 1, 3, 4 and 6 Explanation: Enterprise architecture brings numerous benefits related to the value, cost and agility of IT, but it has no impact on other aspects of organizations, e.g. human resource management Section: The Benefits of Practicing Enterprise Architecture  The set of tests on enterprise architecture by Svyatoslav Kotusev (kotusev@kotusev.com) SK   Based on the book The Practice of Enterprise Architecture: A Modern Approach to Business and IT Alignment    #4   Question 3:   Which statement regarding the applicability of enterprise architecture is true? (Single) 1.   Enterprise architecture is applicable to all organizations employing more than 30-50 IT staff 2.   Enterprise architecture is applicable only to certain advanced industry sectors, e.g. banking and finance 3.   Enterprise architecture is inapplicable to large organizations Correct: 1 Explanation: Enterprise architecture is industry-neutral and can be beneficial to all organizations, with the exception of the smallest ones with very simple and tiny IT landscapes Section: What Organizations Practice Enterprise Architecture?  The set of tests on enterprise architecture by Svyatoslav Kotusev (kotusev@kotusev.com) SK   Based on the book The Practice of Enterprise Architecture: A Modern Approach to Business and IT Alignment    #5   Question 4:   When did enterprise architecture emerge? (Single) 1.   Enterprise architecture is a relatively recent phenomenon that emerged in industry around the 2000s-2010s 2.   Enterprise architecture was introduced with the publication of the Zachman Framework in 1987 3.   Architecture in some or the other form has been practiced in industry since the early days of using IT in business Correct: 3 Explanation: The problem of information systems planning exists since the early days of using IT in business and rudimentary attempts to use architecture and architecture-based planning methodologies to address this problem can be traced back to the 1960s, if not earlier Section: The Historical Origin of Enterprise Architecture and Modern Best Practices
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