Introducing Information Management for NoSQL

As Gartner warns in the report, adopting NoSQL storage can result in Information … read more

Introducing Quantitative Enterprise Architecture

It is rather ridiculous that the discussion on Data Driven Enterprise did not … read more

OWL Modelling for Information Architects

Business Abstraction delivered OWL training customised for experienced Information Architects. The target audience … read more

Training Plan Development

It is known that traditional modelling tools training that delivers generic knowledge to broadly identified groups of IT professionals produces two types of problems:

  • Generic training is expensive, as it often delivers knowledge to people that don’t need it.
  • Generic training is not specific enough. It is not uncommon for a team to spend weeks discussing how to apply the skills they learned to their particular situations.

Training Plan addresses that issue by identifying:

  • The groups of trainees, by disciplines and the level of required expertise;
  • The training courses to be delivered to each group;
  • The content of each course, expected skills and knowledge;
  • The practical exercises that will go to each course.