User talk:Fbahr

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Bodies of Knowledge[edit]

  • PMBOK - Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMI)
    • APM BoK - Association for Project Management (UK) Body of Knowledge
  • SWEBOK - Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (IEEE)
    • CMBoK - Configuration Management Body of Knowledge (Crossroads)
  • EABOK - Enterprise Architecture Body of Knowledge (MITRE)
  • BABOK - Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (IIBA)

Management[edit]

Pioneers[edit]

  • Karl Popper
  • ...

Approaches[edit]

1) "Guidelines for Business Process Modeling" [Becker/Rosemann/v.Uthmann] - in: "Business Process Management" (v.d.Aalst, Ed.). LNCS 1806. Springer, 2000.

Project Management[edit]

Category:Project management

Theory of Constraints[edit]

Theory of Constraints :: Parkinson's law | Student's syndrome | Bad multitasking | ...

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EA, BPM, SOA, EAI, and IT Governance[edit]

Software Engineering[edit]

Software architecture and design[edit]

Parsers and Compiler generators[edit]

Bookmarks[edit]



Your recent edits[edit]

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