The wholly modern frameworks that make up ProPath offer best practices that equip candidates and companies to thrive in competitive environments. Each framework is also popular enough to have thriving practitioner communities ready to offer advice and answer questions for ambitious candidates.
There is certainly value in studying TOGAF, but what about passing the exams? How can one become a TOGAF practitioner, and what does the TOGAF certification path look like?
It has gotten to the point where CISA certification is often a prerequisite for high-level auditing positions. Getting certified is certainly an excellent goal to prepare for, but how should you go about passing the CISA exam itself?
If a candidate wants to verify their capabilities as a change manager, one of the first steps is passing the Change Management exams!
Toolchains are fundamental to the mentality of DevOps, especially considering just how many tools and pieces of software can go into a DevOps environment. Each is used to solve a particular problem, and teams will constantly be looking out for new ways to perform tasks more effectively.
Though it no longer has a dedicated module, continual improvement is central to ITIL 4’s ‘Service Value System (SVS)’. It is continually applied in all areas used to create or manage services, ensuring they can continue to evolve however possible while remaining fully aligned with business priorities.
The webinar, called 'The Digital Transformation Journey - How to Model a Business Strategy’, will focus on iServer 365, an SaaS modeling tool created by Orbus Software.
So why is it supposedly any more difficult to measure success in Agile projects? The easy answer is this: style.
Business consultant and ITIL author David Cannon will lead discussions on recent industry developments within IT and how organizations are responding.
However, the goalposts are starting to shift with the popularity of Agile. The non-traditional management approach alters the structure of planning and benefits realization significantly. It also decentralizes control, allowing team members to make decisions without requiring managerial oversight. This can all create an environment unfamiliar to your traditionally focused business analyst, making it more difficult for them to perform their role.