ITWNET BSD 12 of 12 - That’s all folks! - Business Service Design Part 12 of 12

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  • Posted By : alejandro debenedet
  • Posted On : Sep 16, 2017
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  • Category : Business & IT
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    That’s all folks!


    Said the cartoon character and, well, that is the end of this series of blogs about how to use business service design concepts in practice. The proof of the pudding is in the eating. So, reach out and start. Designing, that is; there is too much time wasted on puddings in our view.

    In future, we are thinking of expanding these BSD blogs into the issues that crop up once you arrive in the realms of TOGAF, COBIT, PRINCE2, P30, ITIL, SCRUM and ISO (or any other of the usurpers of the seven kingdoms listed, which are too numerous to mention and possibly even more turgid than any of these!).

    There are myriad IT methods and good practices, all of them useful and only the frameworks that apply generically to managing portfolio, programme or project apply directly to BSD. However, once you move into development of IT driven services, you need to be aware of the good, the bad and the ugly ways that all IT frameworks are (or should be….) used.

    And as for Bikini Girls and Machine Guns, we hope you found what you were looking for.

    PS:  Check the CBSD training and certification now available as part of the complementary training of ITWNET Training and Certification model based on ITCMF.

    THE END ... by Brian Johnson & LP de Rouw - Edited: ITWNET Editor Team


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  • That’s all folks!


    Said the cartoon character and, well, that is the end of this series of blogs about how to use business service design concepts in practice. The proof of the pudding is in the eating. So, reach out and start. Designing, that is; there is too much time wasted on puddings in our view.

    In future, we are thinking of expanding these BSD blogs into the issues that crop up once you arrive in the realms of TOGAF, COBIT, PRINCE2, P30, ITIL, SCRUM and ISO (or any other of the usurpers of the seven kingdoms listed, which are too numerous to mention and possibly even more turgid than any of these!).

    There are myriad IT methods and good practices, all of them useful and only the frameworks that apply generically to managing portfolio, programme or project apply directly to BSD. However, once you move into development of IT driven services, you need to be aware of the good, the bad and the ugly ways that all IT frameworks are (or should be….) used.

    And as for Bikini Girls and Machine Guns, we hope you found what you were looking for.

    PS:  Check the CBSD training and certification now available as part of the complementary training of ITWNET Training and Certification model based on ITCMF.

    THE END ... by Brian Johnson & LP de Rouw - Edited: ITWNET Editor Team