The Current Trends in Employment Jobs

Our present generation is already very far from the previous industrial era where people focus on blue collar jobs and production as a means of improving the economy. However, since production is still very important because it dictates the growth of a business, most industries have shifted to the way they have faced with growth […]
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Information Systems Delivery Methodology – SDLC

Information Systems Delivery Methodology – SDLCSystem Development Life Cycle (SDLC)┬áis a tested and widely used IT based business solutions development methodology. It provides the framework for structuring, planning, designing, developing and delivering information systems. The traditional SDLC phases are feasibility study, requirement analysis, design, development (construction), testing, implementation and post implementation review.Variations of the traditional […]
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COBIT – Governance | Management

COBIT – Governance/ManagementControl OBjectives for Information and related Technology (COBIT) is an IT governance, service planning, delivery, control and support framework. COBIT is a set of best practices and framework for information technology (IT) management created by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), and the IT Governance Institute (ITGI) in 1992. COBIT provides […]
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Product Delivery Management – Industry Specific

Project management cuts across different industries, while product delivery management is industry specific. The matured industry specific product delivery management processes, including their interactions with the project management processes, will be briefly described.Product delivery management processes and practices fulfill the delivery of new, enhanced or modified products within the product life cycle. It begins at […]
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Service Life Cycle

Service life cycle is crucial to understand the delivery of any service from end to end. Most organizations have established processes for project management, product delivery management and service management. However, a complete and harmonized framework that combines these processes rarely exists. A key challenge is taking ownership of the combined processes, due to the […]
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