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A Video Introduction to ArchiMate 3.0 Earlier this year The Open Group released the latest version of the ArchiMate standard - ArchiMate 3.0. What's new and...
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Good e-Learning are excited to announce our latest course 'New Companies Act 2016'. The course has been designed to give learners an overview, awareness and background of what the Companies Act is, how its laws and regulations impact on businesses in Malaysia, and what has been updated from previous legislation.
Do you think of LinkedIn as just a forum for getting a new job? Then you’d be wrong. Imagine one of your clients let you have access to their contact list so that you could pick out the people you wanted to connect with. That’s exactly what LinkedIn does. It’s a business and employment-oriented social networking service that helps people connect with each other and it’s an essential tool if you’re a sales professional.
Good e-Learning are delighted to announce that we're a premium sponsor of The Open Group's 'Making Standards Work' event in San Francisco. We'll also be exhibiting at the conference so be sure to come down and say hello!
Read this BPMN blog to better understand the roles of the 'Functional' and 'Process' approaches in business process modelling are.
The e-learning industry is growing and as more and more companies turn to e-learning to train their staff, save costs and implement education standards throughout their organizations the case for e-learning has never be stronger.
This blog takes a quick look at COBIT 5 Enablers. The 7 COBIT enablers are all described by a common structure, which helps us both understand and use the enabler in practice. This structure consists of 2 major areas – enabler dimensions and enabler performance management.
A key concept in Lean is ‘waste’, which can be defined as anything that doesn’t add value to the customer. This blog covers the 8 different types of waste in Lean.