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OGBA-101 TOGAF Business Architecture Foundation Exam (English) Question and Answers

Question # 4

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?

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.

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Question # 5

Which statement best describes iteration and the ADM?

A.

The ADM is sequential. Iteration is applied within phases.

B.

The ADM is iterative between phases B to D, and between Phases E and F.

C.

The ADM is iterative, over the whole process, between phases, and within phases.

D.

The level of detail is defined once and applies to all iterations.

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Question # 6

Complete the sentence. The TOGAF standard covers the development of four architecture domains. Business. Data. Technology and___________.

A.

Capability

B.

Application

C.

Transition

D.

Segment

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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?

A.

Baseline state

B.

Enhance criteria

C.

Starting point

D.

Gating stage

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Question # 8

Which of the following is a benefit of information mapping?

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.

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Question # 9

What is defined as the effect of uncertainty on objectives?

A.

Threat

B.

Continuity

C.

Risk

D.

Vulnerability

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Question # 10

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

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

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Question # 11

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

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.

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Question # 12

Consider the following example using the Business Model Canvas:

What are the segments labeled A, D and I?

A.

Customer Relationships, Value Propositions, Market Segments.

B.

Customer Segments, Value Add Services, Profit Channels.

C.

Key Partners, Customer Relationships, Revenue Streams.

D.

Key Resources. Revenue Streams. Cost Structure

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Question # 13

Which of the following is a benefit of organization mapping?

A.

An organization map can be reused for training and employee development.

B.

An organization map highlights inefficiencies and reduces operational costs.

C.

An organization map improves the ability to consume, process, and deliver information.

D.

An organization map improves strategic planning.

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Question # 14

What Business Architecture concept is most related to an information Map?

A.

Organization Map

B.

Heat Map

C.

Value Stream Map

D.

Business Capability Map

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Question # 15

Which of the following is a derived relationship in an organization map?

A.

Value flow

B.

Location

C.

Capability

D.

Scope of enterprise

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Question # 16

Consider the following:

You need to analyze a new value stream within the scope of a project.

Which of the following would you use?

A.

Converting the value stream stages to entities and then building a logical data model

B.

Heat mapping by value stream stages.

C.

An organization chart showing the business units that work with the enterprise and their value.

D.

Combining information mapping with a business process model.

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Question # 17

Complete the sentence. A business model is a description of the rationale for how an organization creates, delivers, and captures

A.

strategy

B.

business function

C.

best practices

D.

value

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Question # 18

When developing a Business Architecture, which of the following best describes the approach to take If no Architecture Descriptions exist?

A.

Review the contents of the Architecture Repository.

B.

Identify the business goals, business objectives, and drivers for the enterprise

C.

Information should be gathered, and Business Architecture models developed.

D.

Validate the business principles and update the Statement of Architecture Work.

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