Technology Analyst Program

Why the certification is relevant

The relationship between Technology and Business is much more multifaceted than simply identifying the technology that meets an organisation’s needs.

Industry 4.0, Big Data, The Internet of Things, Blockchain, Machine Learning, Robotic Business Automation and the Intelligent Enterprise exemplify that technology is an active – not passive – participant in business innovation and transformation. Technology thereby has as much an impact on business as any other factor that gives an organisation the ability to transform.

The Technology Analyst Program including Individual Performance Coaching is offered as a 5 days training program and is designed and certified by LEADing Practice and the Global University Alliance.

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Technology Analyst Disciplines

The Technology Analyst is an enabler with an ability to adapt, collaborate, create, invent, and reinvent business capabilities by aligning with the right technology despite the complexities.

Aligning technology with business value that brings both together for maximum benefit is where the Technology Analyst plays a pivotal role. The Technology Analyst leverages technology to improve customer experience, new channels to the market and increase effective decision making.

They also increase efficiency and reduce cost whilst improving the organisation’s capabilities in working with technology.

The Technology Analyst Program can be integrated into any relevant organisation. It does so by adding theory, practice and modelling capabilities to the practitioner’s skill set.

Individual Performance Coaching

It is only through coaching and building on the participant’s existing knowledge that capabilities are gained and applied.

Individual Performance Coaching is an integrated element of the Technology Analyst education and training program to ensure that the frameworks, methods, approaches, and modelling principles are customized, adopted and applied in a real-world project setting with a personalized action plan.

The participant will discover how to drive forth fundamental changes within their organization and to achieve the objectives set in both innovation and transformation projects.

Upon successful completion of this program, you will become a certified Technology Analyst.

The individual registration fee of €9,800 Euro (excl. VAT) covers tuition, handouts, case materials and conference facilities. Travel and accommodations is not included.

Important to note is that the Technology Analyst Program requires input from interested parties as the program is tailored to each individual, team or organization and is customized with planned dates and location.

The program includes:

  • 5 days of classroom training
  • Individual Performance Coaching
  • 1 Technology Analyst Certificate

To request a customized or closed program, or if you have questions about registration or multi-attendee discounts, please contact us.

Who Should Attend

The program is designed for professionals with 3+ years of business and/or IT experience:

  • Analysts:Strategy Analyst, Business Analyst, Financial Analyst, Process Analyst and System Analyst.
  • Managers:Business Manager, Project Manager, Product Manager, Process Manager, Service Manager, IT Manager and Technology Manager.
  • Specialists:Business Specialist, Value eXpert, Process Specialist, Method Specialist (TOGAF, Zachman, MoFA practitioner), Quality/Production/Manufacturing Specialist, System Specialist, Technology Specialist, and Enterprise Engineer.
  • Consultants:Business Consultant, Process Consultant, System Consultant and Transformation Consultant.
  • Architects: Process Architect, Value Architect, Service Architect, Business Architect and Information Architect.

Enterprise Standards Used

The following standards are the typical sets of standards that a Technology Analyst uses:

OMG (Software Standards):

  • UML – Unified Modelling Language
  • BPMN – Business Process Modelling Notations

LEADing Practice (Enterprise Standards):

  • Emerging & Disruptive Technology Forces & Trends
  • Technology Ontology
  • Technology Taxonomy
  • Technology Classification & Categorisation
  • Technology Artefacts
  • Technology Modelling Notations (TMN)
  • Technology Lifecycle


  • Open Group Technology Architecture
  • IEEE Technology Engineering standards
  • ISO 42010 Systems & Software Engineering
  • ITIL 3 (IT delivery concept)
  • COBIT (Governance)

Learning Model

Theories Practitioners will learn

  • Capture emerging and disruptive technology forces and trends

  • Understand technology strategies

  • Identify platform and infrastructure requirements

  • Map platform and infrastructure capabilities

  • Technology performance management

  • Analyze platform and infrastructure service performance

  • Build platform and infrastructure services that create value

  • Technology innovation and transformation management

  • Complexity management around technology

  • Decision making around technology

What Practitioners will work with in Practice

  • Work with stakeholders, business and IT owners

  • Benchmark platform and infrastructure maturity levels

  • Platform and infrastructure model development

  • Develop technology guidelines

  • Platform and infrastructure service model definitions

  • Define platform and infrastructure standardization and integration potential

  • Setup platform and infrastructure measurements and monitoring

  • Apply continuous technology improvement

Modelling capabilities Practitioners will gain

  • Platform and infrastructure stakeholder map development

  • Platform and infrastructure requirement map development

  • Develop platform and infrastructure element maps (components, devices, functions, services, etc.)

  • Define platform and infrastructure capability maps

  • Define platform and infrastructure landscape canvas

  • Optimize existing platform and infrastructure models

  • Create platform and infrastructure models

  • Develop platform and infrastructure service models

  • Construct platform and infrastructure operating models