Top 10 Blog Posts of 2014

If you have missed it, take a look at the top 10 most read blog articles (in no particular order) this year. I wish to express my gratitude to all the authors whose contribution has helped readers like yourself, get inspired. Take a look:

TOGAF and BiSL: Where Architecture Meets Information Management

By on August 12, 2014

Somebody recently commented that architects are the “brakes” of an enterprise. They often seem to come up with reasons why… Read More »

Four Lessons on IT Training Terminology

By on September 2, 2014

Web-based, computer-based, foundation, professional, blended, gaming and simulation… are you puzzled with these terms? I don’t blame you! Therefore, to… Read More »

The PMO’s Journey (and Its Future)

By on June 3, 2014

You may have noticed recent discussions about the Project Management Office (PMO). Should we keep it, change it or demolish… Read More »

My Take on the PMI-ACP Exam: Tips for Your Clients

By on July 1, 2014

After taking the PMP and PMI-Risk Management professional exams, the PMI-ACP exam was my third exposure to PMI’s exam style.… Read More »

ITIL or HDI? Why Not Enjoy the Benefits of Both?

By on September 23, 2014

For most people, calling technical support is somewhere near dental work on a list of fun things to do. Believe… Read More »

Why People Say ‘Yes’ and Act ‘No’: Business Simulations Can Reinforce the Link between Attitudes and Behaviors

By on October 14, 2014

There is often a big gap between what people say they (will) do and what they actually do. The reason… Read More »

Architecting the Family: TOGAF® & Major IT Frameworks

By on July 22, 2014

Organizations need a concerted approach to change. This is where enterprise architecture and TOGAF comes in. Enterprise architecture is at… Read More »

The Good, the Bad and the Agile

By on August 26, 2014

How hard can managing a project really be? That depends on one’s perspective. There is only one thing we all… Read More »

Lost in Certification: Deconstructing Lean Six Sigma

By on September 16, 2014

The term ‘Six Sigma’ is itself so confusing and difficult to define that adding the word ‘certification’ just compounds the… Read More »

I look forward to working with the authors in providing more helpful insights next year. If you have any feedback, or if you want to tell us you’ve enjoyed our posts, send me an email or message us on Twitter @ITpreneurs.

Happy holidays!

May Sau
May Sau, MBA, is a Marketing Manager for ITpreneurs, a company based in The Netherlands, offering innovative competence development programs for IT best practices to support the educational needs of IT professionals. She is responsible for the go-to-market activities of the frameworks at ITpreneurs.