BABOK 2.0 is on the way

The 2.0 version of BABOK is due to be released by the end of the month and the senior leadership team have posted aslideshow on their blog. It can be found here – http://blog.theiiba.org/2009/03/babok-overview.html Immediate thoughts are that I like the fact they’ve consolidated 77 activities into 32. It was starting to look unwieldy and […] Read more »

Business Object Modeling – an Introduction

  In this article, I shall describe what is meant by business object modeling, where it comes from, the benefits of this approach, some basic principles and when it should be used.  Business object modeling describes a static representation of the business domain under consideration in a project. It is static as it shows the […] Read more »

Requirements Engineering – an Introduction

Requirements engineering is a term that covers a variety of methods and approaches which share the objective of improving the quality and delivery of requirements. It includes: requirements gathering the initial identification and documentation of requirements   requirements management tracing the requirements through to the completion of an IT development to verify their delivery. This […] Read more »