The Digital Practitioner Pocket Guide paperback

Paperback | English
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ISBN
9789401807104
€27.20 €24.95
The Digital Practitioner Pocket Guide is designed to be a handy reference guide to
selected parts of the Digital Practitioner Body of Knowledge™ Standard.
It is designed to help:
• Those who require a first introduction and basic understanding of the Digital
Practitioner Body of Knowledge Standard
• Individuals who wish to create and manage product offerings with an increasing
digital component, or lead their organization through Digital Transformation
• IT professionals working within any size organization, from a startup through to a
large enterprise, that has adopted digital approaches

It covers the following topics:
• A brief introduction to the Digital Practitioner Body of Knowledge Standard
• An introduction to key terminology, key concepts, and the structure of the Body of
Knowledge
• Basic concepts employed by the Digital Practitioner
• The capabilities of digital infrastructure and initial concerns for its effective,
efficient, and secure operation
• The objectives and activities of application development
• Why product management is formalized as a company or team grows, and the
differences between product and project management
• The key concerns and practices of work management as a team increases in size
• The basic concepts and practices of operations management in a digital/IT
context
• How to coordinate as the organization grows into multiple teams and multiple
products
• IT investment and portfolio management
• Organizational structure, human resources, and cultural factors
• Governance, risk, security, and compliance
• Information and data management on a large scale
• Practices and methods for managing complexity using Enterprise Architecture
More Information
ISBN 9789401807104
Language English
Format hardcopy
Domains Enterprise Architecture
Length (cm) 21
Width (cm) 15
Height (cm) 1.3
Binding paperback
Weight (kg) 0.260000
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