Written By: Mateusz Jasny on July 31, 2009 12 Comments

During youtube browsing I found a collection of movies that are fragments of ITIL v3 lectures by Marco Cattaneo from Charles Stuart University. The movies can be found on the youtube, but for your convinience I put them together in one place. So it looks like the free ITIL foundation v3 training. […]

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on July 31, 2009 28 Comments

If you are already happy holders of  ITIL Service Manager Certificate (Manager’s Certificate in IT Service Management), which confirms your in-depth knowledge of all ITIL version 2 processes at manager-level, it is the highest time to start thinking of pursuing ITIL Expert certification.

“Red Badge” holders should attend […]

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on July 31, 2009 41 Comments

I would like to thank you for the many comments, tips and suggestions to the previous two parts of the article. The second part of the post was particularly popular, it compares Certification: PRINCE2, PMI (PMP) and the IPMA. As promised (though much later) the next part of the […]

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on May 26, 2009 17 Comments

KPI is the abbreviation for key performance indicators; I think that is probably one of the most abused words in the business language. I can safely say that it has gained the status of the so-called buzzword. Nowadays, practically there is no presentation of IT system or service system for, which does not […]

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on May 26, 2009 69 Comments

The second part of the FAQ about earning PDUs and PMP recertification. Please enjoy it, I hope it will help you earn required numbers of PDUs to renew ourr PMP certificate.

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on May 26, 2009 59 Comments

At the special request of my friends I’m presentin a post about how to renew the PMP certification, and in particular how to obtain required by the PMI – 60 PDUs credits.

The most important formal conditions to be met in order to extend the validity of PMP certification (without need to re-testing) are: […]

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on February 28, 2009 29 Comments

Finally, I’ve got some time to finish the table witha comparioson of the most popular project management certifications families: PMP, Prince2 and IPMA.

The following table compares 3 certificates, you can also download the full version of the table (CAPM, PMP, PgMP, Prince2 Foundation, Prince 2 Practitioner, IPMA-D, IPMA-C, IPMA-B, IPMA-A certificates)

See the table with project management certification comparison more→
Written By: Mateusz Jasny on February 16, 2009 2 Comments

News and recommended readings – 16 Feb 2009

Read more news on change management, TOGAF 9, portfolio management, outsourcing more→
Written By: Mateusz Jasny on January 21, 2009 90 Comments

There is a very good time of the year to make a New Year’s resolution. One resolution in the professional life can be: ‘to obtain a certificate in project management’. But you can easily find several different certificates that are issued by different organizations. Which one to choose? I hope that, this article will help you […]

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on December 22, 2008 3 Comments
Happy Holidays and Happy New Year – 2009

I wish all of you happy holidays, and many successes in a professional and personal life in the forthcomming year.


P.S. I’ll post next entries on my blog in the next year.

P.S.  For those, who had wished me everything  best in 2008 I’m inforoming that it didn’t work. So, for 2009 please send me […]

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on December 6, 2008 66 Comments

Six Sigma is a methodology used in quality management, that was created in the early 80’s of the twentieth century by Bob Galvin and Bill Smith from Motorola.

Nowadays, Six Sigma can be seen at three different levels:

the level of metrics – that is 3.4 defects per million opportunities (DPMO).
the level […]

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on December 4, 2008 5 Comments

Something funny for the forthcomming weekend. (Piotrek, thanks a lot for the link). I hope that those time will never come!

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on November 28, 2008 5 Comments

Something for a good start of the weekend. This time there will be two funny movies from CA. The first is related to IT management, and the second to project portfolio management.

See funny movies from CA on IT and Project Portfolio Management more→
Written By: Mateusz Jasny on November 18, 2008 16 Comments
ITIL, is there something new?

Last week I had an opportunity to talk with many people who were ‘fresh’ after an ITIL foundation training. One of the opinions gave me to think.

“You know Mateusz, the whole ITIL is nothing new, and any reasonable manager can create those processes after a certain period of time.”

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Written By: Mateusz Jasny on November 5, 2008 40 Comments

During my daily duties I very often need to investigate the maturity of a process, such an action can be called the process audit. In the world of IT management, there are many models or frameworks that can help to assess the maturity of the organization or processes, for example: CMM, CMMI, COBIT, ITIL […]

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