The Business Technology (BT) Operating Model Designer course introduces the BT operating model concept, design materials as well as the best practice implementation guidelines in order to design and implement the BT operating model in your organisation.
Attending the Business Technology operating model designer course requires a BT Standard Green Card certification prior to taking part in the workshops. You can become certified by Guided Self-study for Business Technology Standard course.
Those who are responsible for designing or updating the organisation’s IT and digitalisation operating model those who are using SAFe, ITIL, SIAM, COBIT and other practices and want to implement a consistent operating model on top of them those who want to get practical operating model design and implementation guidance based on the BT Standard best practice methodologies and practices.
BT Standard Smartbook contains additional functionality and materials to help you to understand better the working principles and use of the different models within the framework, as well as to enhance the adoption of the model in the daily work. The Smartbook has the following features:
Material to help your to make your own Business Technology operating model handbook, such as BT Standard governance extension material in:
Business technology maturity analysis template
The roles and responsibilities material
Value streams example
The Business Technology operating model designer certification exam is based on an assessment
The cost of the training programme (3 x ½ days) £1545 (+ VAT)
1st session: 01.06.2021, 2nd session: 04.06.2021 and 3rd session: 08:06:2021
Interested to talk more about the course or discuss training needs for your organisation? The length and content of our training programmes can be tailored to fit your organisation’s specific needs. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
|01.06.2021 - 08.06.2021|
ELENA VAN LEEMPUT
Coach & Facilitator
I like my work best when I can motivate and help other people. I constantly strive for excellence in everything I do and I’m open to different ideas that challenge my views. I believe in constant change which drives my innovative mindset. My background is both in technology and business with more than 15 years’ experience ranging from demand, development to service management. I enjoy taking initiative and carry out new ventures.
I try to keep things simple and bring my skills when I coach and facilitate to inspire people and help them innovate. I’m passionate about all forms of facilitation and coaching be it face-to-face or virtual facilitation. I also enjoy creating different e-learning training, holding innovation workshops and design thinking hackathons.
I also find it very important to nurture my creative side along the way (visual arts: photography, sketching, videography and all areas of design) through both my work and hobbies – which I’m happy to say I get to do often enough.
My passion during my career has always been around understanding the Customer, Business and Individual needs and trying to simplify the deliverables and message to match the actual requirements. Living in a complex world simplification is often a time consuming process. I have been able to hone these skills having worked in diverse roles and global multicultural environments and organisations. Prior to joining Sofigate in 2015 I have worked 15+ years in Account Management leading Customer Teams as well as Business Development positions primarily in the Telecoms industry on the operator side as well as equipment vendor side.
For the past four years at Sofigate I have been focusing on Service Management and SIAM Customer assignments, leading our Service Integration Practice team as well as concept development. I am also a Head Coach at the Sofigate Academy coaching the best practices of Service Management as well as running DevOps simulations. I have experience in implementing and leading a Service Integration Function (SMO) at a Customer environment as well as coaching Customers to increase the maturity of their SIAM practice in multivendor environments.
The most rewarding aspect of coaching is interacting and sparring with the students. Applying theory into practice can vary depending on the unique environment and the challenge is to understand those individual requirements. Coaching is also a learning experience for myself as we discuss different scenarios and specific organisational challenges of the students during the training days.
Life work balance is important and outside work I spend time with my family and friends. I like to stay fit and enjoy exercising and playing different sports such as golf, basketball and tennis. Traveling and seeing the world has always been important for our family.
I work as coach and facilitator in the Business Technology Academy. My focus is business simulation games such as the DevOps simulation. I consider myself a full-stack Business Technology professional of sorts. During the past 20+ years, I’ve worked in wide range of various IT and business management roles in and with organizations ranging from global enterprises to startups in a variety of industries.
I enjoy looking for new perspectives to phenomena and challenging myself and others to continuously develop ourselves and to expand our thinking. Being in the discomfort zone is the way to grow. As a coach I like to cross breed theoretical frameworks, practical examples, illuminating stories and humour. I see simulation games as a perfect way to combine these into an engaging and fun day.
I enjoy exploring life through various projects and experiments. Some of these involve focused self-development both physically and mentally, while others focus more on creative aspirations related to areas like photography, writing and digital media.