Month: July 2009

The IIBA: Timely or Premature?

I picked up an interesting article by Joe Gollner this morning in my Google Alerts that seemed to call into question the need or at least the timing of the creation of the IIBA and its accompanying body of knowledge, the BABOK. I thought I’d send the link on over to Kevin Brennan to get his take, but by the time I had a chance to log on to Twitter, he had already received word of the article and responded via the IIBA blog. I’d encourage all of you to read both, because a) I think Gollner’s criticisms are...

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