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IPMA-D based on ICB 4 Courseware (eBook) IPMA-D based on ICB 4 Courseware, John Hermarij

The Courseware package consist out of two publications, IPMA-D based on ICB 4 Courseware (ISBN: 978 94 018 0165 2) and Better Practices of Project Management Based on IPMA competences - 4th revised edition (ISBN: 978 94 018 0046 4). This training consists out of four...

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€97,93
The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 (eBook) The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, The Open The Open Group

The Open Group IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, an Open Group Standard, provides a vendor-neutral, technology-agnostic, and industry-agnostic reference architecture for managing the business of IT. The Open Group IT4IT Reference Architecture standard comprises...

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€45,92
The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 – A Pocket Guide (eBook) The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 – A Pocket Guide, Andrew Josey

This Pocket Guide provides a concise introduction to the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, an Open Group Standard. The IT4IT standard provides a vendor-neutral, technology-agnostic, and industry-agnostic reference architecture for managing the business of...

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€19,30
The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 – A Pocket Guide (eBook) The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 – A Pocket Guide, Andrew Josey

This Pocket Guide provides a concise introduction to the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, an Open Group Standard. The IT4IT standard provides a vendor-neutral, technology-agnostic, and industry-agnostic reference architecture for managing the business of...

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€19,30
The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 (eBook) The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, The Open The Open Group

The Open Group IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, an Open Group Standard, provides a vendor-neutral, technology-agnostic, and industry-agnostic reference architecture for managing the business of IT. The Open Group IT4IT Reference Architecture standard comprises...

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€45,92
ASL®2 Foundation Courseware (eBook) ASL®2 Foundation Courseware, Frank Outvorst

Dit Courseware pakket bestaat uit twee publicaties, ASL® 2 Foundation Courseware (ISBN: 978 94 0180 160 7) en ASL® 2 - Een framework voor applicatiemanagement (ISBN: 978 90 8 753 312 0). De ASL 2 Foundation workshop is een training van 2 dagen die de deelnemers voorbereidt...

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€68,13

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IPMA-D based on ICB 4 Courseware (eBook) IPMA-D based on ICB 4 Courseware, John Hermarij

The Courseware package consist out of two publications, IPMA-D based on ICB 4 Courseware (ISBN: 978 94 018 0165 2) and Better Practices of Project Management Based on IPMA competences - 4th revised edition (ISBN: 978 94 018 0046 4). This training consists out of four days, which provide preparation for the D exams. The course covers the subjects at a fast pace. The course has been structured to align with the structure and scope of the competence elements in the ICB version 4, divided into Practice competences, People competences and Perspective competences. Apart from the certificate that you will ultimately receive, the broad knowledge of project management you gain during the training is much more important. The exam serves as an incentive, whereby you delve into the books and immerse yourself in the theory. When at a later stage, following certification, you are looking for a particular project management solution, this training and study ensures that you know where you can find these. An IPMA Level D Certificate is an important step in your professional development. This coursewaresupports every project professional to obtain enough knowledge of IPMA's competence model and prepare successfully or an IPMA Level D exam. IPMA Certificering is the Certification Body for IPMA in the Netherlands. Would you like to know more about IPMA Certificering? Please visit: http://www.ipmacertificeren.nl/

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€97,93
The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 (eBook) The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, The Open The Open Group

The Open Group IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, an Open Group Standard, provides a vendor-neutral, technology-agnostic, and industry-agnostic reference architecture for managing the business of IT. The Open Group IT4IT Reference Architecture standard comprises a reference architecture and a value chain-based operating model. The IT Value Chain has four value streams supported by a reference architecture to drive efficiency and agility. The four value streams are: * Strategy to Portfolio * Request to Fulfill * Requirement to Deploy * Detect to Correct Each IT Value Stream is centered on akey aspect of the service model, the essential data objects (information model), and functional components (functional model) that support it. Together, the four value streams play a vital role in helping IT control the service model as it advances through its lifecycle. The IT4IT Reference Architecture: * Provides prescriptive guidance on the specification of and interaction with a consistent service model backbone (common data model/context) * Supports real-world use-cases driven by the Digital Economy (e.g., Cloud-sourcing, Agile, DevOps, and service brokering) * Embraces and complements existing process frameworks and methodologies (e.g., ITIL®, CoBIT®, SAFe, and TOGAF®) by taking a data-focused implementation model perspective, essentially specifying an information model across the entire value chain The audience for this standard is: * IT Professionals who are responsible for delivering services in a way that is flexible, traceable, and cost-effective * IT Professionals / Practitioners who are focused on instrumenting the IT management landscape * IT Leaders who are concerned about their operating model * Enterprise Architects who are responsible for IT business transformation Topics covered include: * An introduction to the standard and the purpose of the IT4IT work * Key terminology of the standard * An introduction for executives and others introducing the IT Value Chain and IT4IT Reference Architecture concepts * IT4IT Core, which defines the structure of the IT4IT standard as well as the process and document structure used by the IT4IT standard * The Strategy to Portfolio (S2P) Value Stream * The Requirement to Deploy (R2D) Value Stream * The Request to Fulfill (R2F) Value Stream * The Detect to Correct (D2C) Value Stream * Background information on the standard.

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€45,92
The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 – A Pocket Guide (eBook) The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 – A Pocket Guide, Andrew Josey

This Pocket Guide provides a concise introduction to the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, an Open Group Standard. The IT4IT standard provides a vendor-neutral, technology-agnostic, and industry-agnostic reference architecture for managing the business of IT, enabling insight for continuous improvement. This Pocket Guide is based on the IT4ITReference Architecture Version 2.1. What's more, it's authoritative with material derived from the official IT4IT documentation and contributions from members of the IT4IT Forum. The audience for this Pocket Guide is: * Individuals who require a basic understanding of the IT Value Chain and IT4IT Reference Architecture * IT Professionals who are responsible for delivering services in a way that is flexible, traceable, and cost-effective * IT Professionals / Practitioners who are focused on instrumenting the IT management landscape * IT leaders who are concerned about their operating model * Enterprise Architects who are responsible for IT business transformation Topics covered include: * An introduction to the IT4IT Reference Architecture, the structure of the IT4IT standard, and the positioning of the IT4IT standard in the standards landscape * The IT Value Chain and IT4IT Reference Architecture concepts, including Value Streams * The Strategy to Portfolio (S2P) Value Stream * The Requirement to Deploy (R2D) Value Stream * The Request to Fulfill (R2F) Value Stream * The Detect to Correct (D2C) Value Stream * A summary of the differences between the IT4IT Reference Architecture and ITIL

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€19,30
The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 – A Pocket Guide (eBook) The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 – A Pocket Guide, Andrew Josey

This Pocket Guide provides a concise introduction to the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, an Open Group Standard. The IT4IT standard provides a vendor-neutral, technology-agnostic, and industry-agnostic reference architecture for managing the business of IT, enabling insight for continuous improvement. This Pocket Guide is based on the IT4ITReference Architecture Version 2.1. What's more, it's authoritative with material derived from the official IT4IT documentation and contributions from members of the IT4IT Forum. The audience for this Pocket Guide is: * Individuals who require a basic understanding of the IT Value Chain and IT4IT Reference Architecture * IT Professionals who are responsible for delivering services in a way that is flexible, traceable, and cost-effective * IT Professionals / Practitioners who are focused on instrumenting the IT management landscape * IT leaders who are concerned about their operating model * Enterprise Architects who are responsible for IT business transformation Topics covered include: * An introduction to the IT4IT Reference Architecture, the structure of the IT4IT standard, and the positioning of the IT4IT standard in the standards landscape * The IT Value Chain and IT4IT Reference Architecture concepts, including Value Streams * The Strategy to Portfolio (S2P) Value Stream * The Requirement to Deploy (R2D) Value Stream * The Request to Fulfill (R2F) Value Stream * The Detect to Correct (D2C) Value Stream * A summary of the differences between the IT4IT Reference Architecture and ITIL

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€19,30
The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1 (eBook) The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, The Open The Open Group

The Open Group IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.1, an Open Group Standard, provides a vendor-neutral, technology-agnostic, and industry-agnostic reference architecture for managing the business of IT. The Open Group IT4IT Reference Architecture standard comprises a reference architecture and a value chain-based operating model. The IT Value Chain has four value streams supported by a reference architecture to drive efficiency and agility. The four value streams are: * Strategy to Portfolio * Request to Fulfill * Requirement to Deploy * Detect to Correct Each IT Value Stream is centered on akey aspect of the service model, the essential data objects (information model), and functional components (functional model) that support it. Together, the four value streams play a vital role in helping IT control the service model as it advances through its lifecycle. The IT4IT Reference Architecture: * Provides prescriptive guidance on the specification of and interaction with a consistent service model backbone (common data model/context) * Supports real-world use-cases driven by the Digital Economy (e.g., Cloud-sourcing, Agile, DevOps, and service brokering) * Embraces and complements existing process frameworks and methodologies (e.g., ITIL®, CoBIT®, SAFe, and TOGAF®) by taking a data-focused implementation model perspective, essentially specifying an information model across the entire value chain The audience for this standard is: * IT Professionals who are responsible for delivering services in a way that is flexible, traceable, and cost-effective * IT Professionals / Practitioners who are focused on instrumenting the IT management landscape * IT Leaders who are concerned about their operating model * Enterprise Architects who are responsible for IT business transformation Topics covered include: * An introduction to the standard and the purpose of the IT4IT work * Key terminology of the standard * An introduction for executives and others introducing the IT Value Chain and IT4IT Reference Architecture concepts * IT4IT Core, which defines the structure of the IT4IT standard as well as the process and document structure used by the IT4IT standard * The Strategy to Portfolio (S2P) Value Stream * The Requirement to Deploy (R2D) Value Stream * The Request to Fulfill (R2F) Value Stream * The Detect to Correct (D2C) Value Stream * Background information on the standard.

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€45,92
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