Working Draft

This site is currently a working draft of the ITABoK 3.0. Release date is planned for beginning of 2017. In the meantime please utilize the current ITABoK version 2.0 

People

The following section outlines the typical engagement touchpoints via a set of typical lifecycles or processes that exist in most organizations. The assessor should use this as a guide to ensure coverage of engagement; however the naming and specifics that relate to each individual organization mean that the assessor should seek to understand areas where gaps exist or where processes are hidden.

Management

The following section outlines the typical engagement touchpoints via a set of typical lifecycles or processes that exist in most organizations. The assessor should use this as a guide to ensure coverage of engagement; however the naming and specifics that relate to each individual organization mean that the assessor should seek to understand areas where gaps exist or where processes are hidden.

Skills

The following section outlines the typical engagement touchpoints via a set of typical lifecycles or processes that exist in most organizations. The assessor should use this as a guide to ensure coverage of engagement; however the naming and specifics that relate to each individual organization mean that the assessor should seek to understand areas where gaps exist or where processes are hidden.

Community

The following section outlines the typical engagement touchpoints via a set of typical lifecycles or processes that exist in most organizations. The assessor should use this as a guide to ensure coverage of engagement; however the naming and specifics that relate to each individual organization mean that the assessor should seek to understand areas where gaps exist or where processes are hidden.

Roles

The following section outlines the typical engagement touchpoints via a set of typical lifecycles or processes that exist in most organizations. The assessor should use this as a guide to ensure coverage of engagement; however the naming and specifics that relate to each individual organization mean that the assessor should seek to understand areas where gaps exist or where processes are hidden.