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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Using PRINCE2 and MSP Together

    PRINCE2TM is the Office of Government Commerce's (OGC) method for managing a project. Managing Successful Programmers (MSP) is OGC's framework for managing programmers. Although both are from OGC, they have been written on the basis that they can be used independently of each other - that is, a project using...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Corporate Governance And Management Of Risk

    Ever since organizations first sought finance to fund their activities, there has been a need for accountability to protect the interests of those providing the funding. The call for increased accountability grows louder every time there is a crisis in public confidence. Whether this is the stock market crash of...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    TOGAF 9 and ITIL V3

    This paper describes the development of TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework) and ITIL as a background to discussions about the potential overlap in the processes they both describe. It does not describe the models themselves. The development of information systems in large organizations, and in multipart supply-and-demand chains, has...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Cross-Reference ITIL V3 and MOF 4.0

    IT organizations are continuously being challenged to deliver better IT services at lower cost in a turbulent environment. Several management frameworks have been developed to cope with this challenge, one of the best-known being the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL). At the highest level, both frameworks follow a lifecycle approach, but...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Integrating Six Sigma and ITIL for Continual Service Improvement

    The introduction of formal ITIL processes into an organization can be, and normally is, a very time-consuming, expensive and sometimes organizationally exhausting task. Many organizations, upon completing their process implementation projects, breathe a sigh of relief and presume that the processes will go on forever. Sadly, that is not the...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Using PRINCE2 and MSP Together

    PRINCE2TM is the Office of Government Commerce's (OGC) method for managing a project. Managing Successful Programmers (MSP) is OGC's framework for managing programmers. Although both are from OGC, they have been written on the basis that they can be used independently of each other - that is, a project using...

    Provided By TSO

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    TOGAF 9 and ITIL V3

    This paper describes the development of TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework) and ITIL as a background to discussions about the potential overlap in the processes they both describe. It does not describe the models themselves. The development of information systems in large organizations, and in multipart supply-and-demand chains, has...

    Provided By TSO

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Cross-Reference ITIL V3 and MOF 4.0

    IT organizations are continuously being challenged to deliver better IT services at lower cost in a turbulent environment. Several management frameworks have been developed to cope with this challenge, one of the best-known being the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL). At the highest level, both frameworks follow a lifecycle approach, but...

    Provided By TSO

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Integrating Six Sigma and ITIL for Continual Service Improvement

    The introduction of formal ITIL processes into an organization can be, and normally is, a very time-consuming, expensive and sometimes organizationally exhausting task. Many organizations, upon completing their process implementation projects, breathe a sigh of relief and presume that the processes will go on forever. Sadly, that is not the...

    Provided By TSO

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Corporate Governance And Management Of Risk

    Ever since organizations first sought finance to fund their activities, there has been a need for accountability to protect the interests of those providing the funding. The call for increased accountability grows louder every time there is a crisis in public confidence. Whether this is the stock market crash of...

    Provided By TSO