Tag Archives: BiSL® Next

Business Change Management

Author: Brian Johnson This Whitepaper will largely focus on Business Change Management, as defined in Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) published by The Stationery Office and how programmatic Change differs from Improvement as discussed in BiSL® Next. Programmatic change is consistent with BiSL Next because it is a good practice in…

Complementary Frameworks

Author: Brian Johnson This whitepaper does not attempt to cover the A to Z of methods, frameworks and standards that can be used in combination with BiSL® Next (or with any of the frameworks included here). It is a brief summary of some of the more popular and widely used…

Van BiSL® naar BiSL® Next

1. Inleiding                                                                                                                                                        De eerste versie van BiSL is ontwikkeld in 2003 – 2005, inmiddels meer dan tien jaar geleden. In die periode is BiSL gegroeid van een idee van een kleine groep enthousiaste consultants van PinkRoccade naar een publiek domein best practice voor het vakgebied van business informatiemanagement. Er…

BiSL® Next – een framework voor Business Information Management

IT is te belangrijk om aan IT over te laten Tijden zijn veranderd. Informatie en daaraan gerelateerde technologie werden ooit gebruikt als operationele middelen om de efficiëntie van organisaties te vergroten. Maar nu erkennen veel – zo niet de meeste – organisaties de noodzaak om ze te gebruiken als strategische…

BiSL ®Next, framework for Business Information Management – in 3 minutes

This new version of the Business Information Services Library (BiSL) starts with the premise that digital services are the future and rapid development of services without compromising data integrity is key to business transformation. Title: BiSL® Next; A framework for Business Information Management. The Basics: BiSL next provides an introduction…

BiSL® Next – a framework for Business Information Management

IT is too important to leave to IT Times have changed. Information and related technology once was deployed primarily as operational resources that enabled enterprises to operate more efficiently. But now many – if not most – enterprises recognize the need to utilize them as strategic assets that are often…