Further Reading

video

Video: TOGAF 9.2 – Everything You Need to Know

Having set the standard for enterprise architecture for over two decades, The Open Group caused a huge stir when it announced TOGAF Version 9.2....

Good E-Learning Arrives at World of Learning 2018

The World of Learning conference has gotten off to a great start this year. L&D specialists, HR executives and managers from all over the...

What are EA Capabilities and why do they Matter?

When you start learning about Enterprise Architecture (or if you are already a practising architect), you quickly become aware that capabilities are an important...

Good e-Learning Gets Ready to Exhibit at World of Learning Conference

Good e-Learning is set to exhibit at this year’s World of Learning conference, the UK’s most comprehensive event for L&D professionals. Organized by the Venture...
togaf questions

What doesn’t make sense in TOGAF?

OK – apart from the obvious retort that nothing makes sense in TOGAF®…. This is an open-ended question that I’m throwing out to you,...
Project planning

Project Management Prequirements (Pre-Requirements)

No, it’s not a typo. “Pre-requirements” or “prequirements” is a quirky way of expressing that a lot goes on before requirements are formalised enough...
BPMN Stakeholder

BPMN – What is a ‘Process Stakeholder’?

When modeling processes, it is very tempting to focus purely on the actors that undertake the relevant process tasks. Yet, processes often have a...

Good e-Learning Set to Attend DoceboInspire

Good e-Learning is excited to announce that it will be attending and sponsoring DoceboInspire, the global e-learning conference. The DoceboInspire conference attracts some of the...
TOGAF Business Learning

7 Benefits of a TOGAF Certification for Your Business

TOGAF, the ‘Open Group Architecture Framework’, sets the global standard in enterprise architecture development. Using a clear, flexible methodology and a variety of tools,...
Dev Ops ITIL

Dev Ops and IT Service Management – If it Hurts, do it More Often

From time to time, the need arises to trade in trusted tools for superior notions. IT is not immune to this phenomenon. In this article by our ITIL and Dev Ops expert Mark Smalley, we look at some DevOps thinking about familiar IT Service Management topics.