2015-06 AgilePM and ASL BiSL - Mark Smalley in Strefa-PMI-09.2015.pdf
In this article, published in the Polish magazine for projectmanagers, 'Strefa PMI', Mark Smalley explains why 'Projects deliver no value!' Read this interview, conducted by Mirosław Dabrowski, our ASL BiSL ambassador in Poland, and learn how to scope projects to ensure that value is realized for the business.
2015-06 Motives for adopting BiSL - Outvorst ea - Bled2015.pdf
Outvorst, van, F., et al. (2015): 'What are the factors that influence the success of the BiSL framework for business information management?' This article is published in the proceedings of the 28th Bled eConference: https://domino.fov.uni-mb.si/proceedings.
The research question in this study, performed by students of Utrecht University of Applied Sciences (HU) was: 'What motivates the adoption (or non-adoption) of the BiSL Framework?' To answer this question 18 interviews were conducted. The interviews have been held with organizations that do use BiSL and with organizations that do not use BiSL. The conclusion of the research is that organizational readiness is the deciding factor to use BiSL. To apply BiSL successfully there is a need of support, knowledge and a certain level of organizational maturity in business information management.
Durimg the SPICE Conference in June 2013, Frank van Outvorst and Lex Scholten presented the case study of BiSL as a driver for innovation of business information management at the Dutch police.
The article is published in the proceedings of the conference: 'Software Process Improvement and Capability Determination' - 13th International Conference, SPICE 2013, Bremen, Germany, June 4-6, 2013. Editors: Tanja Woronowicz et al. Publisher Springer Verlag, ISBN: 978-3-642-38832-3 (Print) 978-3-642-38833-0 (Online)
In this article, published in IT Beheer in May 2009, Machteld Meijer and René Sieders describe the results of their analysis of several dozen ASL self-assessments and also a few dozen BiSL self-assessments in various organizations.
ISO/IEC 38500, BiSL and ASL can play a major role in the professionalization of the information provisioning, each model from its own goal and strength. They may well be used in parallel. This is actually what each organization should be aiming to do. This paper written by Machteld Meijer and Mark Smalley was posted in Dutch in the magazine ‘Informatie’, May 2010.
An introduction to BiSL, the framework for business information management.
Authors: Frank van Outvorst, Ralph Donatz, Remko van der Pols and Machteld Meijer.
In February 2005 BiSL was introduced in the Netherlands as the public domain standard for business information management. This article is an introduction to the BiSL model.