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TOGAF Business Architecture Foundation Exam (English) Questions and Answers

Question 1

Which of the following is a purpose of mapping capabilities to value stream stages?

Options:

A.

To identify and eliminate business capabilities that do not contribute to the business.

B.

To classify, group, and align capabilities into categories for a deeper understanding.

C.

To describe the business in terms of services provided and consumed.

D.

To provide a self-contained business description that is independent of the organizational structure.

Question 2

Consider the following graphic illustrating a method supporting the TOGAF ADM.

What does the method help identify?

Options:

A.

Solution Building Blocks

B.

Business Scenarios

C.

Alternative Target Architectures

D.

Architecture Solutions

Question 3

Which of the following is a benefit of information mapping?

Options:

A.

It enables improved business process integration.

B.

It provides a framework for effective business requirements analysis.

C.

It highlights information requirements not addressed by a business architecture.

D.

It provides a basis to support decision-making throughout the business.

Question 4

Consider the following modeling example, relating business capabilities to organization units so as to highlight duplication and redundancy:

(Note in this example the cells colored green, yellow, and red, are also marked G. Y, and R, respectively) Which of the following best describes this technique?

Options:

A.

Relationship Mapping

B.

Capability Mapping

C.

Perspective Analysis

D.

Gap Analysis

Question 5

Consider the following:

In Phase A a business capability map and a core set of value streams were created while developing the Architecture Vision.

Why would such Architecture Descriptions need to be updated in Phase B?

Options:

A.

Phase B requires that all Architecture Descriptions be updated.

B.

The development of Business Architecture Descriptions is always iterative.

C.

Phase B is an ADM Architecture Development phase.

D.

A new value stream was assessed as in the project scope.

Question 6

In what TOGAF ADM phase is the information map linked to other business blueprints?

Options:

A.

Phase B

B.

Phase E

C.

Phase A

D.

Preliminary Phase

Question 7

Which of the following is the element of a value stream stage that describes the state change that triggers the value stream stage?

Options:

A.

Baseline state

B.

Enhance criteria

C.

Starting point

D.

Gating stage

Question 8

What Is presented as striking a balance between positive and negative outcomes resulting from the realization of either opportunities or threats"?

Options:

A.

Transition Management

B.

Agile development

C.

Risk Management

D.

Architecture Security

Question 9

Which of the following Business Architecture concepts should the architect examine and search for when developing the Architecture Vision?

Options:

A.

Architecture Principles, Business Goals

B.

Implementation Factor Catalog. Business Value Assessment Matrix

C.

Architecture Continuum, Architecture Repository

D.

Organization Map. Business Capabilities

Question 10

Consider the following business capability map. where cells of a model are given different colors to represent desired maturity levels (Green (G) = level achieved, yellow (Y) = one level away, red (R) =two or more levels away, purple (P) = missing capability):

Which of the following best describes what this shows?

Options:

A.

Policy Management. Government Relations Management, and HR Management need immediate attention. Partner Management. Account Management, and Training Management have issues but are of lower priority Agent Management Is a new business capability that does not exist

B.

The Strategic capabilities need more attention in two areas. Policy Management, and Government Relations Management. Agent Management is missing as a Core capability Information Management needs attention as a Supporting Capability.

C.

Agent Management needs immediate attention. Market Planning. HR Management and Government Relations Management need attention. Customer Management. Training Management and Partner Management need attention but are of lower priority.

D.

Agent Management needs immediate attention. Market Planning. Government Relations Management, and HR Management have Issues but are of lower priority Partner Management. Customer Management, and Training Management are new business capabilities that do not exist.

Question 11

What can architects present to stakeholders to extract hidden agendas, principles, and requirements that could impact the final Target Architecture?

Options:

A.

Business Scenarios and Business Models

B.

Alternatives and Trade-offs

C.

Solutions and Applications

D.

Architecture Views and Architecture Viewpoints

Question 12

Which of the following best describes the relationship between business models and business architecture?

Options:

A.

Business Architecture provides a conceptual summary view, whereas business models support in-depth analysis.

B.

Business Architecture breaks a business model down into the core functional elements that describe how the business works.

C.

Business models are useful for impact analysis, however Business Architecture is needed for scenario analysis.

D.

Business model development is a prerequisite for a Business Architecture development.

Question 13

Refer to the table below:

Which ADM Phase(s) does this describe?

Options:

A.

Preliminary Phase

B.

Phase B

C.

Phase B. C and D

D.

Phase E

Question 14

Question: Which of the following best describes a business capability map?

Options:

A.

A self-contained view of the business that is independent of organizational structure, business processes, systems and applications.

B.

The highest-level description of an organization, covering all missions and functions of the business.

C.

A holistic representation of capabilities, including end-to-end delivery value, and the relationships between these capabilities.

D.

A reference model that provides a c onceptual definition of all the key building blocks within a business architecture

Question 15

In business capability mapping, when you have documented all of the business capabilities, what should you do next?

Options:

A.

Map the business capabilities to stakeholder concerns.

B.

Draw up a business value assessment for each of the business capabilities.

C.

Organize the business capabilities in a logical manner.

D.

Identify the human and computer actors associated with each business capability.

Question 16

Consider the following example value stream:

What does this show?

Options:

A.

The service "Acquire Retail Product" consists of five events

B.

The value stream consists of five business capabilities.

C.

A series of five subprocesses that makeup the value stream

D.

A decomposition into a sequence of value-creating stages.

Question 17

In which part of a business scenario are business capabilities and value streams modelled?

Options:

A.

When identifying the business and technology environment

B.

When identifying the human actors

C.

When identifying and documenting desired outcomes

D.

When identifying, documenting and ranking the problem

Question 18

Consider the diagram.

What are the items labelled A, B and C?

Options:

A.

A-Enterprise Strategic Architecture, B-Segment Architecture, C-Solutions Architecture

B.

A-Enterprise Continuum, B-Architecture Continuum. C-Solutions Continuum

C.

A-Architecture Vision, B-Business Architecture. C-lnformation Systems Architecture

D.

A-Enterprise Architecture, B-Architecture Building Blocks, C-Solutions Building Blocks

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