ITIL V3 and the PMBOK® - Distinct but Complementary
This white paper examines the IT Infrastructure Library Version 3® (ITIL V3®) and the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). While there are numerous project management methodologies around the world, the quintessential project management methodology in the North American marketplace is the PMBOK®, from the Project management Institute (PMI).
Project management, in a general sense, is the discipline of defining and achieving targets while managing and optimizing the use of resources (time, money, people, materials, energy, space, etc). The utilization of project management practices has become essential for a business to deliver value and services. The PMBOK® defines project management as "the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities in order to meet or exceed stakeholder needs and expectations."
Instructor, Global Knowledge
Larry Cooper is a Partner in GPLI. GPLI provides a range of high-quality, cost-effective solutions in the IT governance and service management domains. Mr. Cooper has spent close to 30 years in IT in the public and private sectors where he has held roles such as a Software Developer/Programmer Analyst, Manager of Operations, Lead for Business Process Re-engineering, various Project Manger roles on projects upwards to $100M, and A/Director, Business Technology. He has written and been published in books and industry articles on a variety of technologies, IT Service Management and Project Management topics. He holds three project management certifications including a PMP, an IT Service Manager certification, and he is an EXIN and ISEB accredited Master’s-level trainer, as well as an ISO 20000 consultant and trainer accredited by the itSMF.
- Global Knowledge
- 10 Dec 2008
- 10 Dec 2008
- 18 Page(s)
- White Paper