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Raven Configuration Management books, CM, Product Lifecycle Management books, PLM

Raven Configuration Management books, CM, Product Lifecycle Management books, PLM | Project Management | Scoop.it
Configuration management books, product lifecycle management books, configuration management best practices for the 21st Century (Best Configuration Management Practices: http://t.co/HOIxeCqI...)...

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ITIL doesn't add overhead | The IT Skeptic

ITIL doesn't add overhead | The IT Skeptic | Project Management | Scoop.it
I'm intrigued by the endless repetition of the chant "ITIL slows things down". No it doesn't. Doing things properly slows things down.

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ITIL 101: Capacity management sub-processes | TechRepublic

Capacity management is complex. In this blog, its sub-processes are explained.

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The Relevance of ITIL Training and Who Needs to Utilize it ...

The Relevance of ITIL Training and Who Needs to Utilize it ... | Project Management | Scoop.it
ITIL provides comprehensive descriptions of numerous essential IT practices and offers extensive checklists, tasks as well as procedures which any IT organization can tailor to its necessities. ITIL is released in a number of ...

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Adopting ITIL, COBIT Is Not Always the Best Practice

Adopting ITIL, COBIT Is Not Always the Best Practice | Project Management | Scoop.it
Some process improvement projects and best practice frameworks such as ITIL and COBIT can do more harm than good--particularly when implemented by third-party IT service providers.

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