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Ebook:, ISBN-13: 978-0989925204
Agile Project Management
description, The Usability Body of Knowledge (BoK) project is dedicated to creating a living reference that represents the collective knowledge of the usability profession. Preliminary work has started, but there is more to do. This website introduces the subject areas that will eventually be included in the Usability Body of Knowledge and a preview of what to come.
description, PMI released the first PMBOK® Guide in 1996 and since then it has become the global standard for project managers. For the fourth edition, the project team made several improvements. The first was the inclusion of project documents, such as issue logs, duration estimates and resource requirements, to aid project managers in project execution.
Extensions, Construction Extension to the PMBOK® Guide 3 Edition, ISBN-13: 978-1-930699-52-6, 208 pages, v2, 2007, Government Extension to the PMBOK® Guide 3 Edition, ISBN-13: 978-1-930699-91-5, 129 pages, v1, 2006, Software Extension to the PMBOK® Guide 5 Edition, ISBN-13: 978-1-62825-013-8, 288 pages, v1, 2013
see PMBOK® Guide mind map
description, The Business Analysis Body of Knowledge is the sum of knowledge within the profession of Business Analysis and reflects what is considered currently accepted practice. As with other professions, the body of knowledge is defined and enhanced by the business analysis professionals who apply it. The BOK describes Business Analysis areas of knowledge, their associated activities and tasks and the skills necessary to be effective in their execution.
see BABOK® 2 Guide mind map, Extensions, Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide, v1, 2013, 136 pages, description, The Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide is a resource for business analysts, those who are practicing business analysis, as well as product owners, business owners and corporations who are working on agile projects. The Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide is aligned with the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK®) and has been developed in collaboration with the Agile Alliance. The Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide provides business analysts with the tools and techniques they need to be extremely effective in their position on Agile teams. The Agile Extension to the BABOK Guide® provides 7 key guidelines for the practice of business analysis within an agile environment. These guidelines are supported by a Discovery Framework and a Delivery Framework that articulate specific techniques that have proven to be successful for agile teams in delivery value.
see BABOK® 3 Guide mind map
description, The purpose of the Guide to the EA Body of Knowledge (EABOK) is to provide a characterization of and structure to the knowledge content of the EA discipline, promote a consistent view of EA, begin to bound the scope of the discipline, and place the EA discipline in the context of related disciplines. The guide provides topical access to the EABOK. It subdivides EA into knowledge areas and topics within each knowledge area, presents overviews of each topic, and gives references to sources of further information.The Guide to the EABOK is a guide, not the EA body of knowledge itself.
Outsourcing Professional Body of Knowledge, Outsourcing, ISBN-13: 978-9401800006, v2, 2014, see OPBOK® mind map
Software Engineering Body of Knowledge, Software Engineering, ISBN-13: 978-0769551661, 346 pages, v3.0, 2014, description, Software engineering, both as a discipline and as a profession, is at a pivotal point in its evo-lution. Although software has become critical in the development of most new human-created systems, the concepts, principles, and methods for engineering software are still neither well defined nor uniformly agreed upon. The lack of consensus regarding software engineering practice and the requisite competencies creates confusion and has serious consequences for the evaluation, acquisition, and application of software engineering knowledge. This report presents an effort to organize and catalogue a body of knowledge for software engineering and to provide a systematic, concise, and complete description of the software engineering discipline. This body of knowledge can assist organizations in defining and improving the software engineering competencies of their workforces; it can help educational institutions in defining software engineering curricula; it can provide a basis for classifying academic and industrial research and development efforts; and it can improve the understanding and prac-tice of software engineering., recommended extension, Encyclopedia of Software Engineering, http://www.amazon.com/Encyclopedia-Software-Engineering-Two--Print/dp/1420059777
description, The CISSP curriculum covers subject matter in a variety of Information Security topics. The CISSP examination is based on what (ISC)terms the Common Body of Knowledge (or CBK). According to (ISC), "the CISSP CBK is a taxonomy -- a collection of topics relevant to information security professionals around the world. The CISSP CBK establishes a common framework of information security terms and principles that allow information security professionals worldwide to discuss, debate and resolve matters pertaining to the profession with a common understanding.
description, The Certified Service Manager (CSM) designation is the first of its kind in Canada. Its aim is to provide a professional standard for public sector service delivery by equipping certification holders with the language, conceptual tools, and best practices that have been informed by the ICCS’s world-class research efforts and the expertise gathered from a wide array of senior service leaders from across the country, at all levels of government. The CSM Program is founded on the key knowledge areas identified in the Certified Service Manager Body of Knowledge™ (CSMBoK). The CSMBoK is designed to provide learners with the latest and most important developments in public sector service delivery, and thus serves to enhance improvements by making them more citizen-centric.
description, Outsourcing Management Body of Knowledge (OMBOK)™ is a framework for professional outsourcing developed by the The International Institute for Outsourcing Management (IIOM). The OMBOK framework tries to bring some discipline to the wild west that outsourcing has become.
recommended extension, The ASQ Quality Improvement Pocket Guide: Basic History, Concepts, Tools, and Relationships, http://www.amazon.ca/Quality-Improvement-Pocket-Guide-Relationships-ebook/dp/B00C9K7SEK
Business Relationship Management
description, The PDMA Body of Knowledge (PDMA-BOK) organizes, distills, and provides ready access to the continuously evolving core knowledge needed and used by product development and product management professionals and their organizations. The Body of Knowledge will start with the basics and rapidly grow as the PDMA community at large contributes.
Project / Programme / Portfolio Management
Paperback, ISBN-13: 978-1903494400
Hardback:, ISBN-13: 978-1903494417
Ebook:, ISBN-13: 978-1903494424
Security Risk Management
description, CIPS recognizes that in order to strengthen the criteria of the ISP designation successfully while still maintaining high standards, the association needs to develop a Canadian Information Technology Body of Knowledge (CITBOK) that will set standards for knowledge. The CITBOK is an outline of the knowledge bases that form the intellectual basis for the IT profession. CIPS has identified a core CITBOK that all professionals would be expected to master and specialty bodies of knowledge that would depend on your area of practice. When setting this Canadian standard for Information Technology (IT) knowledge, CIPS looked to other organizations and internationally for standards and bodies of knowledge that CIPS could adopt or adapt, especially for the specialty areas. For example, in 2004, CIPS adopted the British Computer Society (BCS) Professional Examination Study Guide Syllabus Diploma level (Core and 11 specialist modules) as the initial Body of Knowledge for CIPS.
Lean Software and Systems
description, Targeted to a broad audience, including practicing systems engineers, researchers, process improvement leads, project managers, and faculty, the SEBoK is a major step forward for the rapidly maturing systems engineering discipline. The SEBoK contains112 articles on key topics, defines 364 glossary terms, and identifies more than 200 primary references and hundreds of additional references. Published in a Wiki format for ease of updating and for community participation in its maintenance, regular updates are planned, incorporating feedback from users, advances in the field, and improvements in the more than 100 Wiki articles.