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  • This event covers the essential principles of component based estimating, complexity criteria and standard estimating grids, plus factors that influence adjustments to estimating grids.

  • The overall goal is to pass Fujitsu's Macroscope Agile Scrum Master certification exam (some time after the event). The purpose of the event is to help one be a Scrum Master using Macroscope as a resource.

  • You are involved in a client engagement to define or evolve their enterprise architecture? You have opportunities to promote our approach and methods in Enterprise Architecture? You wish to develop competencies in Enterprise Architecture? Then you should be interested in this learning program.


    This learning program includes a number of segments starting with self-learning assignments and ending with a series of practical workshops around end of September 2015, allowing a gradual mastery of the Architecture domain. Individuals can participate to one, many or all the segments based on interest and availability.


    If you are interested to participate in this program, please communicate with us. We will get back to you with more details as we understand the level of interest for this program.


    You can always explore Macroscope 5.2 at any time, in particular the important upgrade of the Architecture domain - and thus move closer to their objectives of 5 days of learning!

    PLEASE SEE SPECIFICATIONS TAB FOR YOUR PRE-WORK ASSIGNMENT.

  • This event is designed for the delivery group and is centered on the construction team. It will provide enough knowledge to enable them to participate in the Design and Construction phase

  • The most perfect system can fail if the change is not managed.
    Throughout the earlier phases of solution delivery, Macroscope reminds us of things that can pave the way for a successful implementation. In the implementation phase, all those preparations are brought to conclusion. In addition to the mechanics of conversion, installation and set-up, we see a strong emphasis on the organizational change - communication, training, work redesign, etc.
    This event familiarizes learners with the implementation phase and its deliverables and also reinforces the need to prepare for implementation throughout the solution delivery process.


  • The Architecture phase purpose is to elaborate on the findings of the Preliminary Analysis ("PA") phase, to stabilize the architecture and to reconfirm feasibility. As such, the goal is to do enough to minimize rework in subsequent release development, while deferring detail decisions that do not affect stability nor feasibility. "Knowing when to stop" is a key skill. It requires a multi-disciplinary team to integrate business perspectives, architectural concerns and organizational change management issues as well as development strategies.


    This learning event enables the learners to use Macroscope material to plan system architecture stabilization in their own situations.


    An excellent time to take this course is about 4-6 weeks before the conclusion of the PA phase - because it clarifies work that can be deferred from the PA phase to this one.


  • The focus will be specifically on the V(Vision) and A(Architect) portions of the latet version of Macroscope - what they are used for and the various tools which are available to help develop and document approaches and solutions.

  • This course explains how to manage communications in the context of a project.

  • This learning module explains how to manage risks in the context of a project.

  • Architecture modeling techniques assist the system architect to develop the underlying framework for the system: decomposing it into sufficiently small pieces to master the complexity, partitioned in a way that increases cohesion and reduces coupling, and done to comply with design patterns and standards. The end result is systems that are highly stable, flexible, extensible, usable and effective.
    Object-oriented modeling is a synthesis of many of the important advances in modeling in the last three decades (e.g. modularity, encapsulation, state transition modeling, use case analysis).
    Note that P220-3 is an almost-identical event, but using traditional data process notation instead of the Unified Modeling Language used in this event.

  • A short document explaining what Macroscope is, how to install and adapt it.

  • Macroscope 5.0 came along with increased accessibility. However, the multiple ways to accessing it may sometimes create confusion. If you are not sure you know your ways around terms such as MUG, MaaS, FABOK or your local copy of Macroscope, this short slide deck will clarify everything.

  • This event is designed as a first overall contact with
    Benefits Domain. In a logical sequence, it familiarizes the
    learner with:
    • Concepts related to realization of benefits
    • The fundamentals of Benefits Domain
    • The Program Management base process of Benefits Domain: its phases, main deliverables, key roles and main techniques
    • Concepts and application of the Results Chain technique

  • This course allows you to familiarize yourself with the concept of risk management and its process within a project environment.
    It includes a combination of theoretical lectures, practical exercises, real-world examples and discussions with participants that will lay the foundation for sound risk management practices within your projects.

  • Built according to the object-oriented approach, this one-day event is a prerequisite to all other modeling techniques events. (P110-3 will also serve as such a prerequisite, but does not include all the content of this event.)
    For the learners with no modeling background, this event is an introduction to modeling for information system design. For the learners with a data-process modeling background, this event aims at introducing key OO concepts. For everyone, it introduces the vocabulary, concepts, and skills needed for taking modeling learning events.
    The event does not emphasize notational aspects, and the learners are not expected to be able to do models on their own. The event rather aims for an overall understanding of modeling concepts, modeling skills, modeling process, and model types.

  • This course replaces P155 Macroscope Foundation. This new version includes Macroscope/360, released in 2017.
    "M/360" provides a Lean subset that for many situations, will point the practitioner to what is necessary and sufficient to realize the expected outcomes. 
    The course will also include practical advice on taking efficient advantage of both M/360 and "Macroscope 5" as appropriate. 

    Outline

    • Introduction
    • What is Macroscope?
    • Key Roles
    • Vision/Benefits/Project
    • Macroscope/360
    • Architecture/Solution
    • About Deliverables
    • Some Tools
    • Conclusion

  • This event is designed as a first overall contact with Result Chain Modeling.  In a logical sequence, it familiarizes the learner with:

    • Concepts related to realization of benefits
    • Concepts and application of the Results Chain technique

  • In the context of the upcoming Solution Architecture career path this module covers the process and techniques of Requirement documentation.
    It covers all major steps including requirement determination, analysis and validation.
    We believe this is an important aspect that applies to most of our delivery projects.

  • This content was submitted by Serge Deschamps.

    This course is designed to be delivered in a classroom setting with practical exercices. The presentation material is however a very good introduction to the concepts, process and deliverables of ArchitectureLab.

  • This learning event provides familiarization with the major aspects of the ProductivityCentre Delivery of Information Systems method.
    It will help you be better prepared to participate in projects using ProductivityCentre.

  • This course aims to familiarize you with the concept of how Evolve Solution, a sub-process of ProductivityCentre helps to effectively maintain and improve comprehensive information solutions into organization's structural lifecycle in order to achieve organization's business objectives. The learning event is aided, with well-structured content and interactive demos.

  • This learning event provides an overview of ProductivityCentre domain. It emphasizes why ProductivityCentre is designed the way it is, and how it can help you in delivering, operating and maintaining information systems.

  • This course aims to familiarize you with the concept of scope management and its sub-processes. The course provides interactive activities, such as demos, practices and case studies that will help you to become familiar with the concept of scope management and will enable you to adapt an all-round structured scope management approach developed by Macroscope® PMM, as per your project requirements.

  • This course aims to familiarize you with the features and functionality of ManagementSuite. The course provides interactive activities, such as demos and practices that will help you to become familiar with the ManagementSuite interface and enable you to adapt an all-round structured project management approach as per your project requirements.

  • This course aims to familiarize you with the various unique functionalities of Results Chain Modeler tool. The course provides interactive activities, such as demos, interactive animations and self assessments that will help you to become familiar with the tool functions and will enable you to adapt the tool for your organization's investment realization requirements.

  • This course aims to familiarize you with the concept of Results Chain technique and its process, rules and activities involved. The course provides interactive activities, such as demos and self assessments that will help you to become familiar with the concept and will enable you to adapt an all-round structured Results Chain modeling technique, as per your organization's investment requirements.

  • This course aims to familiarize you with the features and functionalities of Deliverable Assistant. The course provides interactive activities, such as demos and practices that help you become familiar with DA interface and enable you to use DA as per your requirements.

  • This document presented at Oracle Open World 2010 by Naoki Izuta shows the extent of Fujitsu's offering in SPARC type servers.

  • Course code: LBA03000
    ProductivityCentre is the Macroscope module covering the System Delivery and Maintenance Life Cycle. This course provides an introduction to the major aspects of the system maintenance and operation support processes of ProductivityCentre.

  • This is a Macroscope e-Learning module addressed to anyone who wants to improve its understanding of the agile approach in Macroscope. Several questions and exercises will let you test your knowledge of the subject. You will also find notes, tips and frequently asked questions.