The courseware addresses the principles of BiSL and the defined process framework. The principles and the framework as a whole are addressed: the operational processes ( the clusters of use management, functionalities management and connecting processes), the management processes and the strategy processes.
The material consists of a mix of theory using a slide set, practical exercises including case studies and additionally the student can practice with two practice exams. There is a lot of room for exchange of experiences, always going back to the theory.
- BiSL – A framework for Business Information Management textbook
- Bisl Foundation Courseware book (includes practice exam)
Optionally the package also contains an exam voucher and 1 hour guided exam preparation provided by a certified trainer over the phone or Skype. This guidance session can be planned for either daytime or evening.
A student needs to meet the following prequisites in order to fully benefit from the course:
- None, this is the foundation of the BiSL certificatin track
Who should attend
This course was designed for the benefit of the following organization roles:
- information management
- Functional management
- IT staff interested in the framework and principles of BiSL.
This course cover the following topics:
- The background and positioning of business information management and the BiSL framework.
- The key messages, objectives and subjects of the BiSL clusters.
- The objectives and subjects of the BiSL clusters and processes.
- The activities and results of the BiSL operational and management processes.
- The interrelations between the BiSL clusters and processes.
- Positioning and Messages of Business Infrmation Management
- The BiSL Framework
- Procescluster User Management and Daily management processes
- Procescluster Functional Management: Maintenance and renewal
- Connecting processes I: Execution Level
- Procescluster Control processes
- Procescluster Defining Information Strategy
- Procescluster Defining organisation Strategy
- Connecting Processes II: Control Level
- Use and execution of BiSL